Cambodia: air passengers must undergo quarantine

Cambodian Health Minister Mam Bun Heng announced on May 25 that his country will be enforcing a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all passengers flying to the nation.

The measure comes after Cambodia identified two new cases of COVID-19, both departing from the US, bringing the total in the country to 124.

Accordingly, visitors entering Cambodia via the Phnom Penh airport will be quarantined and tested at a location near a military air base and 28 others near Chak Angre Kroam, Meanchey district.

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