Cambodia bans all Indians and foreigners traveling from India or through India from entering into the country

Cambodia bans all Indians and foreigners traveling from India or through India from entering into the country

(Phnom Penh): The Royal Government of Cambodia has decided to ban all Indians and foreigners traveling from India from entering into the country started from 48 hours later, according to the announcement of the Ministry of Health of Cambodia, which was received by Fresh News. A press release by the Ministry of Health said that with the high approval by Samdech Techo, Prime Minister, since the February 20 community event, the outbreak of COVID-19 in Cambodia has been stronger and faster than ever before and if looked at the world, in addition to the global outbreak of the new strain of B117 virus, originated from the UK, another new strain of virus, B1 617, has emerged from India, which is more contagious and more severe than the BIT7 strain.

By reviewing of this situation, the Ministry of Health has decided to ban the entering into the Cambodia for a while until having a new notification for all Indians and all foreigners traveling from India or passing through India or have a history of traveling to India for 3 weeks prior to entering Cambodia by air or by land, to be applied 48 hours later after this press release was issued. Please be informed that India now has more than 17 million COVID-19 cases and more than 200,000 deaths with tens of thousands of infections every day.