Cambodians and foreigners who have been fully vaccinated are no longer required to be quarantined upon arrival in the country if they test negative for nCoV.
The regulation was announced by Prime Minister Hun Sen on November 14 and takes effect from today, applicable to people moving into Cambodia via air, water and land.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said the decision to exempt people who have received the Covid-19 vaccine is in order to reopen the country to investors and tourists, as well as create favorable conditions for Cambodians abroad to return to Vietnam. go home. Those who have not been fully immunized are still required to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival in Cambodia.
“Our country has been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, with nearly 88% of the population of 16 million, so there is no need to impose isolation regulations anymore,” he said.
Cambodian Prime Minister added that those who have received the full dose of vaccine when entering, only need to quickly test negative for nCoV, they will be allowed to move to any area in Cambodia.
Thus, a fully vaccinated person when entering Cambodia only needs to have a negative nCoV test result within 72 hours before departure and a quick test upon arrival, instead of waiting to do a PCR test. .
Cambodia currently records nearly 120,000 infections and more than 2,800 deaths from nCoV. The country has vaccinated nearly 88% of its population with Covid-19 vaccine, making it one of the countries with the highest vaccination rates in Asia.
Ngoc Anh (Follow Khmer Times)