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Siem Reap extends curfew amid Covid

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The Siem Reap Provincial Administration has decided to extend its nighttime curfew for another two weeks through July 24 to curb the spread of Covid-19. Siem Reap Administration

Siem Reap extends curfew amid Covid

The Siem Reap Provincial Administration has decided to extend its nighttime curfew for another two weeks through July 24 to curb the spread of Covid-19.

In a notice on July 15, it said travel and non-essential business activities are banned from 8pm-4am.

On July 16 alone, the provincial authorities reported 92 Covid-19 cases, 23 of which were imported from Thailand.

As of July 16, the province had recorded a total of 2,983 cases with 1,165 recoveries and 26 fatalities.

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