Government to Continue School and Business Closures Despite No New Cases for 22 Day

The Cambodian government will continue to keep schools and some businesses closed even as the Health Ministry has reported three weeks of no new novel coronavirus cases in the country.

At the weekly ministry press conference, Health Minister Mam Bunheng said there were no new cases to report on Monday. This marked 22 days since the last positive case of the disease was reported on April 11, leaving Cambodia’s tally at 122 cases, 120 recoveries, and zero deaths.

The minister said the restrictions on public gatherings and the closure of schools and some businesses, like theaters, beer gardens, karaoke bars, and massage parlors, would have to continue to prevent any further spread of the virus.

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