Zero New Cases Reported for 15th Day in Cambodia as Caution Still Urged

The World Health Organization is also working with stakeholders to scale up testing capabilities at provincial facilities, in preparation for a potential increase in new cases.

The Cambodian Ministry of Health said Monday there were no new cases of the novel coronavirus, marking the 15th day without an infection, with health officials warning against complacency and calling the situation “alarming.”

The World Health Organization (WHO) additionally said Cambodia needed to prepare for a “long-term battle” because the threat of the novel coronavirus was not going away soon.

The Health Ministry reported no new cases of the viral disease on Monday, making it the 15th consecutive day there was no new incident of the virus. The national tally remains at 122 cases, with 119 recoveries, leaving only three people in the hospital receiving treatment.

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