Another two COVID-19 victims were successfully treated and discharged from hospital yesterday.
This brings the total number of infected patients who have been successfully treated and discharged to 298, leaving nine active cases still receiving treatment.
The latest recoveries comprise a Cambodian male who had arrived in Cambodia on October 26 after travelling from Japan via South Korea and the other, a 69-year-old American male who had arrived in Cambodia from the United States after travelling via Chinese Taipei on 13.
Both have now been released and advised to take extreme precautions.
Cambodia has registered a recovery rate of slightly more than 97 percent with zero deaths since the pandemic first reared its head in Cambodia in late January.