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Public works ministry reduces working hours at service centres amid curfew

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Public works ministry reduces working hours at service centres amid curfew

The Ministry of Public Works and Transport has decided to reduce working hours at three public service centres in Phnom Penh to comply with the government-imposed 9pm-3am curfew.

According to a notice dated July 29, the reduction by two working hours applies to the service centres at AEON Mall I and II and at Chip Mong Noro Mall. The regular working hours were 9am-10pm.

“Services will now be offered from 9am to 8pm for 14 days, effective July 30, in order to help prevent Covid-19 transmission,” it said.

Separately, the ministry also urged all officials to bring their children aged 12-17 to get vaccinated against Covid-19 at designated sites as announced by the Ministry of Health, starting August 8.

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