Outdoor mask mandate removed


No longer needed: A face mask is seen on a statue as people wait to receive their Covid-19 jab in Phnom Penh. — AFP

Prime Minister Hun Sen lifted the mandate to wear masks outdoor after vast majority of the South-East Asian country’s population have been vaccinated against the Covid-19 pandemic.

“A mask mandate at all public places and open spaces across the country is lifted. However, masks in closed spaces remain mandatory,” he said in a special voice message.

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