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Collective infection occurred in the Chinese community in Cambodia, 19 new Chinese were diagnosed

Collective infection occurred in the Chinese community in Cambodia, 19 new Chinese were diagnosed

Cambodian police set up roadblocks to prevent and control the pandemic

February 22 According to a report by the Cambodian-China Times, the Cambodian Ministry of Health reported on the 22nd that there were 35 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cambodia on the 21st, of which 31 were related to the “2.20” community transmission incident, including 19 Chinese, aged between 21 and 41, all of whom lived.

In Phnom Penh City. As of that day, a total of 76 cases of community transmission incidents had been confirmed in the “2.20”.

According to earlier reports, on February 20, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen announced an outbreak of COVID-19 in the Chinese community of the country.

Thirty-two Chinese citizens were diagnosed, some of which were related to “N8 nightclubs”.

He said that the “2.20” incident was the third community spread in Cambodia, calling on the people not to discriminate against Chinese in Cambodia because of this.

On the same day, the Chinese Embassy in Cambodia also issued an important reminder on its website, calling on Chinese citizens in Cambodia to strictly abide by Cambodia’s epidemic prevention regulations.

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