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Siem Reap lifts nighttime curfew

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The Siem Reap Provincial Administration on June 4 announced the end of nighttime curfew and other restrictive measures imposed in April to curb the spread of Covid-19. FACEBOOK

Siem Reap lifts nighttime curfew

The Siem Reap Provincial Administration on June 4 announced the end of nighttime curfew and other restrictive measures imposed in April to curb the spread of Covid-19.

The provincial hall first placed restrictions on occupations and business activities deemed as posing high risks of transmission on April 9.

Siem Reap had recorded a total of 131 Covid-19 cases with 68 recoveries and two deaths as of June 3. It was not immediately clear how many new cases were detected in the province on June 4.

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