High-Risk Business Activities And Gatherings Banned For Another Two Weeks
Phnom Penh - All high-risk occupational and business activities for COVID-19 transmission are required to shut down for another two weeks, from June 20 to July 3. This administrative measure was announced by Phnom Penh municipal administration in a directive made public this evening.
The prohibited occupational and business activities include public and private schools, including vocational training schools, except online classes; entertainment businesses such as karaoke, night clubs, beer gardens, and casinos; resorts, museums, and amusement parks; massage therapy businesses; and cinemas, theatres, fitness clubs and sport centres, it pointed out.
Furthermore, the source added, large gatherings of 15 people and over are temporarily banned, but with some exceptions. The directive stressed that the decision on June 8, 2021 on the identification of some areas of Chom Chao 3 village of Sangkat Chom Chao 2 and some areas of Trapaing Po, Prey Pring Khang Choeung 2, Chumpou Voan 2 villages of Sangkat Chom Chao 3 in Khan Pursenchey as “Dark Yellow” zones will remain effective until further notice. As of this morning, there are in total 42,052 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cambodia, of which 36,868 have recovered with 414 deaths registered.