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Public gatherings banned in Kampong Speu

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Public gatherings banned in Kampong Speu

Kampong Speu provincial governor Vei Samnang decided to temporarily ban all public gatherings including wedding ceremonies starting March 10 in a bid to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.

In a letter sent on March 10 to the province’s town and district governors, Samnang said: “In order to prevent Covid-19 from spreading further, please advise residents in villages, communes, town and districts to postpone wedding, parties and other mass gatherings,” the letter read.

Samnang called on residents to remain vigilant and follow the guidelines and health measures introduced by the Ministry of Health, especially the three dos and three don'ts.


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