Tourists stranded in Cambodia over health cert

Tourists in Cambodia are stranded in the country due to restrictions set by airports to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

With world governments enforcing strict policies, travellers must obtain a health certificate from a hospital before leaving any of the country’s international airport to return to their respective home country.

Cambodia Association of Travel Agents president Chhay Sivlin told the Khmer Times that all airlines required their passengers to have their health certified by the French non-profit Pasteur Institute, here, ensuring that they were not infected with the virus.

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