COVID-19 in Cambodia

Cambodia // 29 June, 2020

At least 137 cases reported by the Ministry of Health (in Khmer): Local transmission.

Ministry of Health hotline: 115

28 June: At least 10 new cases have been reported since the last update. All of them have been confirmed in people arriving from Indonesia, Malaysia and the United States. 

18 June: The country's 129th COVID-19 case was reported in a 21-year-old man who arrived from Malaysia on 16 June. The country has not reported any deaths so far, almost all cases have recovered except for three cases who are still hospitalised.

14 June: An additional case was confirmed on 7 June. The man, a Cambodian-French national, arrived in Cambodia via transit through South Korea on 24 May. Another two cases were confirmed on 14 June. Both men arrived in the country on 12 June. Authorities have decided to charge fees from foreigners for COVID-19 lab test, quarantine and treatment services in the country.

1 June: Since the last update, an additional case has been reported.

24 May: A new case has been confirmed in a Cambodian national. She arrived on 8 May via transit from the United States through South Korea.

21 May: After more than a month, a new case has been confirmed in a 26-year-old Cambodian man. He arrived in the country via transit from South Korea through the Philippines on 20 May. This brings the total cases to 123.

4 May: The total cases reported in the country stands at 122. No new cases have been reported since 21 days.

See the April news updates here.

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