Interior Minister Sar Kheng on Wednesday suggested that there were no positive cases of the novel coronavirus among the nearly 86,000 migrant workers who had returned from Thailand in the last month.
In a meeting to discuss measures to help returning migrant workers, Sar Kheng said there are some 86,000 workers who had come back to Cambodia in the last four weeks, all of whom had been placed in quarantine and only 600 yet to complete their isolation period.
He added the workers had displayed no symptoms of COVID-19, despite not having tested many of the workers. The minister admitted that the government was unable to test all workers.
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