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Minister names spokespersons for Covid-19 inter-ministerial commission

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Ministry of Justice secretary of state Kim Santepheap and Ministry of Health spokesperson and National Covid-19 Vaccination Commission head Or Vandine. Heng Chivoan

Minister names spokespersons for Covid-19 inter-ministerial commission

Minister of Health Mam Bun Heng on June 19 appointed secretary of state Or Vandine and Ministry of Justice secretary of state Kim Santepheap as spokespersons for the inter-ministerial commission to combat Covid-19.

Vandine is also the health ministry's spokeswoman and currently serves as head of the National Covid-19 vaccination commission. Santepheap is also spokesman of the justice ministry.

According to the decision, Vandine is tasked with providing information related to the health sector, while Santepheap is in charge of information concerning administrative measures and legal enforcement in combating the disease as well as the inter-ministerial commission’s work results.

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