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In Brief: Cambodia 'flu-free'

In Brief: Cambodia 'flu-free'

Cambodia is still "free from swine flu, pork is safe to eat and

tourism is still in good shape", Minister of Tourism Thong Khon said

Wednesday. "We have no swine flu," he told the Post. He said the

Ministry  of Health had already installed scanners at airports to

screen for swine flu. However, some tourism operators called for

measures to prevent flu from reaching Cambodia. Ho Vandy, co-chair of

the Government-Private Sector Working Group,  said Cambodia should

screen any citizens who have returned from Mexico to prevent the virus

from spreading.

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