China Overseas Chinese Network, October 18, according to Cambodia’s “Cambodia Daily” report, on October 17, local time, the mayor of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Kun Sheng issued a notice to exempt children and adolescents under the age of 18 from presenting the new crown vaccination card when entering and leaving school. obligation.

  The notice pointed out that based on the short-term observation, inspection and evaluation of the Phnom Penh City Government, the authorities found that children and adolescents under the age of 18 are not actively spreading the new crown virus. Therefore, the authorities decided to exempt them from the obligation to present their vaccination cards when entering and leaving schools.

  The notice emphasized that people under the age of 18 will not have to present vaccination cards when entering or leaving state-run or private educational institutions, including: libraries, bookstores, restaurants, beverage shops, etc. within the scope of educational institutions.

However, management personnel of educational institutions must check the vaccination cards of faculty and outsiders.

  It is reported that the Phnom Penh Municipal Government has previously issued a notice stating that all personnel are obliged to present the new crown vaccination card when entering and exiting educational institutions, markets and other business premises within Phnom Penh.


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