Government to Adopt ‘State of Emergency’ Law as COVID-19 Tally Reaches 107; Casinos Nationwide to Close

The Cambodian government confirmed Monday morning four new coronavirus cases in the country, bringing the tally to 107, with Prime Minister Hun Sen to adopt the “state of emergency” law on Friday this week.

The four new cases include one French national and three Cambodians. Among the three Cambodians, a 30-year-old man from Banteay Meanchey province, worked at a casino and a karaoke bar.

Another man, a Kampong Cham native, had returned on Friday from a trip to Japan, and the third Cambodian with the disease returned on Friday from a trip to England. The French national, 61, had travelled from the South American country of Guyana.

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