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Capital's curfew, alcohol ban end May 22

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A couple of co-workers out on motorbikes after curfew show their documents to traffic police along an eerily-quiet Monivong Boulevard near Bokor Stop in Chamkarmon district last month. YOUSOS APDOULRASHIM

Capital's curfew, alcohol ban end May 22

Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng announced late on May 21 that the 8pm-3am curfew in yellow zone and the ban on the sale of alcoholic drinks will be lifted at the onset of May 22.

Businesses including cafes, restaurants and markets can let customers sit and eat inside their venues as normal but must implement health measures by requiring all customers to scan the "Stop Covid" QR code before entering.

Also, customers have to wear masks, take temperature and respect other preventive measures including the "three protections and three don’ts".

Some businesses such as entertainment clubs, discotheque, cinema, sports centre, museum, however, will remain shut until further notice.

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