‘I have no food’: What it’s like to live inside Cambodia’s Covid red zone

They're called "red zones" - Covid hotspots in Cambodia's capital of Phnom Penh that have gone into lockdown. But those living inside say food - and help - is scarce, writes journalist Kiana Duncan.

Somal Ratanak had spent nearly his whole pay cheque when his neighbourhood in Phnom Penh was locked down on 12 April.

The area was eventually designated a red zone – he was left unable to leave his house or go to work as a cashier.

Mr Somal is now unsure of where his next meal might come from.

In full: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-57082691

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