Cambodia evacuees touch down in Sydney

Almost 200 Australians extracted from Cambodia amid the coronavirus pandemic have touched down in Sydney after a specially-organised flight from Phnom Penh.

The Singapore Airlines flight touched down on Monday after 6am, with the 164 Australian citizens and 20 permanent residents and family members on board set for 14 days of mandatory self-isolation in a Sydney hotel.

The flight left Phnom Penh on Sunday night, stopping over in Singapore.

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