Labour Ministry and Cambodian Embassy in South Korea have called on all Cambodian migrant workers working there and in Japan to take good care of their health during the cold weather.
Labour Ministry spokesman Heng Sour posted message on his Facebook page saying that all Cambodian people working and living in South Korea should protect their health during the cold season.
“For good health of all brothers and sisters in Korea, as well as those in Japan and in other cold places during this winter, please take care of your health and wish you all good health,” Mr Sour said.
The post said that while the weather is very cold, all workers working in South Korea have to wear thick, warm clothes, hats and gloves while travelling, going to work or staying outdoors.
“Please take enough rest and do exercise in your houses regularly. When you sleep, you have to turn on the humidity machine or put some water in your room,” the post said.
“Do not turn on the heating too high in the room. Keep the temperature in the room between the 18 and 24 degree Celsius,” it said.