Australian Ebola veteran chooses coronavirus in Cambodia over economic uncertainty at home

While other Australians clamoured to flee Cambodia, one man has chosen to use his experience working against Ebola in Africa to protect his family from COVID-19 and economic hardship.

Fourteen months ago Warren Fryer moved with his family from Broome in WA, where he was a builder and business owner, to Cambodia.

His wife Emily had taken up a teaching position at an international school in the capital, Phnom Penh, while Mr Fryer focused on settling their three children — aged 10, eight and six — into their new lives.

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