Cambodia’s capital city has extended its curfew until April 28 as Covid-19 cases continue to rise.
Cambodia.- Phnom Penh has extended its curfew until April 28.
The Cambodian capital introduced the curfew on April 1 to curb rising cases of Covid-19. It was initially to last until April 14 but has been extended for two more weeks as the number of Covid-19 cases continues to rise.
Both public institutions and private businesses must close their doors from 8pm until 5am. Only essential businesses, petrol stations and emergency services are allowed to remain open.
The NagaWorld casino complex in Cambodia remains closed since 11 staff members tested positive for Covid-19 in March and there is no news about a possible reopening.
The casino operator had registered a 99.4 per cent increase in average daily mass table game buy-ins during the first three months of the year compared to the first quarter of 2020.
The Ministry of Health has reported 4,874 Covid-19 cases in Cambodia.