Before international visits to Cambodia picked up following restrictions on travel to the country, and within it for one week during the nation’s biggest holiday, passengers were wearing face masks and using hand sanitizer frequently, said Khim Borann, a general manager at Penh Chet Transportation company near Phnom Penh’s Deum Kor Market.
But in recent months, domestic travelers have stopped taking health precautions, he said.
“In the beginning, [we] see most travelers wear face masks, but now, they stop wearing them,” Borann said. “They have become used to it and stopped being afraid.”
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