Gov’t begins easing Covid-19 restrictions as cases plummet

Cambodian citizens returning from abroad will be exempt from the government’s requirement that travellers entering Cambodia bring a certificate proving that they tested negative for a Covid-19 infection, according to Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Hun Sen wrote on Facebook on Wednesday that Cambodian citizens would no longer be held to the same stringent entry requirements as foreigners trying to enter Cambodia, who require a certificate granted up to 72 hours before entry and also medical insurance covering them for up to $50,000 in expenses.

“The move will facilitate overseas citizens to return to their families,” he wrote.

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