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Cambodia sets new Covid-19 quarantine rules

Publication date 16 October 2021 | 23:09 | ICT

The government has modified Covid-19 quarantine requirements, shortening the duration for, among others, Cambodian officials, foreign diplomats and delegations, investors and inbound travellers in general.

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