Cambodian PM urges people to remain vigilant despite no new Covid-19 cases for 12 straight days


A medical official wearing a protective suit, amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus, is sen conducting a physical examination on a migrant worker at a school in Phnom Penh. ambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen on Saturday (April 25) urged people to remain vigilant although the kingdom has detected no new cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections for the last 12 days. - AFP

PHNOM PENH: Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen on Saturday (April 25) urged people to remain vigilant although the kingdom has detected no new cases of Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections for the last 12 days.

"Although the infection rate of Covid-19 in our country has not increased strongly compared to other countries in recent days and more patients have been cured, we must be constantly vigilant because there are no specific medicines to treat this highly contagious Covid-19 disease," he wrote on his official Facebook page.

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