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Ratanakkiri enforces Covid restrictions

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Ratanakkiri enforces Covid restrictions

The Ratanakkiri Provincial Administration has joined the capital and other provinces to impose curfew from 9pm to 3am in a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19.

The decision came after the government imposed nationwide Covid-19 restrictions including the night-time curfew.

According to a notice dated July 29, all travels are banned and residents are barred from leaving their home during the curfew.

All non-essential businesses including entertainment venues such as beer gardens and nightclubs are suspended and gathering for drink is strictly prohibited.

“All restaurants and cafeterias can operate but only for takeaway orders,” said the notice.

Public gathering with more than 10 people is also banned, unless permitted by authorities.

Businesses which do not pose high risks of transmission can still operate with permission from authorities but must adhere to Covid-19 preventive measures.

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