Cars impounded in Cambodian virus curfew

Police in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, impounded 155 vehicles over the weekend as part of a strict curfew meant to curb the spread of Covid-19.

Blanketing the city in checkpoints, police stopped 130 motorcycles, 18 cars and seven tuk tuks that violated the 8pm – 5am curfew, the Khmer Times reported on Monday.

Offenders’ vehicles will be impounded for two weeks, during which time they must also self quarantine at home.

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