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Cambodia Bans Travellers From Malaysia And Indonesia From 1 August

Cambodia Bans Travellers From Malaysia And Indonesia From 1 August

Hakim Hassan

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Cambodia will temporarily ban all flights from Malaysia and Indonesia starting August 1.

After the country’s Ministry of Health recorded 23 Covid-19 cases in the Kingdom, they’ve decided to ban the flights.

It’s aimed to curb the spread of the pandemic to the public as Cambodia will celebrate the significant Khmer New Year holiday in August.

The Ministry noted that least 108 cases of COVID-19 have been reported from passengers from Malaysia and Indonesia flights.

From July 20 to 25, the ministry has noticed the number of COVID-19 found in passengers from Malaysia and Indonesia flights has increased notably.

Cambodia’s Ministry of Health via Khmer Times

The decision was made a day after the two countries announced to create a travel bubble between Cambodia and Malaysia.


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