No Cases of Coronavirus in Cambodia, Health Ministry Says

Cambodia has no confirmed cases of a new respiratory virus that has killed at least 17 people in China and spread to five countries, a Health Ministry spokesman said on Friday.

Suspected cases of the coronavirus continue to be tested in Cambodia, mostly in Phnom Penh, but samples sent to government labs and the Pasteur Institute have all tested negative for the virus, Health Ministry spokesman Ly Sovann told VOD.

“Up to today at 5 p.m. there’s no confirmed case yet,” Sovann said in a message. The country is “still free of Novel Coronavirus infection.”

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