(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) Resumption of visa on arrival Cambodia adjusts entry and epidemic prevention measures

  China News Agency, Phnom Penh, March 17th (Reporter Ouyang Kaiyu) From March 17th, Cambodia will resume visas on arrival, and inbound passengers will no longer need to show the new crown negative health certificate issued within 72 hours before departure, nor will they need to accept the new crown virus at the airport. Quick check.

  According to the Ministry of Health of Cambodia, the country reported 132 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia that day, 379 new cases were cured and discharged, and no new deaths were reported.

The newly confirmed cases are all confirmed cases in Omicron, of which 124 are local cases and 8 are imported cases.

So far, Cambodia has found a total of 12,900 local cases of Omikron.

Up to now, Cambodia has a total of 134,300 confirmed cases, a total of 130,400 cured cases, and a total of 3,049 deaths.

  The Cambodian Ministry of Health announced that the relevant new epidemic prevention measures of the Cambodian National Anti-epidemic Committee have been approved, and Cambodia officially resumed the visa on arrival on the 17th. At the same time, passengers no longer need to undergo rapid testing for the new crown virus when entering the airport or port.

  The Cambodian Ministry of Health said that inbound travelers only need to show proof of vaccination, and those who have not completed two doses of the vaccine still need to be quarantined for 14 days.

The department noted that although entry rules have been eased, the Ministry of Health encourages all travelers to self-test upon departure.

  Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen pointed out on the 17th that although the Omikron virus is highly transmissible, the symptoms of pneumonia caused by it are relatively mild.

Now it is time for Cambodia to fully revive its economy. Cambodia should fully open up, save the national economy, attract more investors to invest in Cambodia, and promote economic recovery.