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Ill workers back on job

Ill workers back on job

SEVERAL dozen workers from Maurea Garment Corp in Russei Keo district who were taken to hospital Saturday after fainting at work have recovered and re-turned, an official said Sunday.

"Firefighters had come that day to teach them emergency procedures in the event of a factory fire," adding they sprayed simulated smoke, said Svay Pak commune Governor Hou Samon.

He added also that most of the workers were Muslims who were eating only one meal a day because of the Ramadan religious festival.

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