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Community outbreak of COVID-19 in Cambodia leads to schools remaining closed

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Students view online lessons via E-Learning. KT/Siv Channa

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport today announced that all public and private education institution all over the countries have to remain closed as more and more of community infections of COVID-19 related to the “November 28 community incident” are being detected.


A guideline released by the Ministry todays said this order will remain effective until the “end of November 28 community incident”

“Learning and teaching must be continued to be conducted online,” the statement added.

The ministry also said that the ban on all forms of workshops and meetings that is attended by more than 20 people at the same time as well as gathering of sport and exercise activities will also be in place until the current community outbreak is contained.

As of the time of posting this, Cambodia has reported 356 positive cases of COVID-19, among which are 39 community infections. Also, 307 have successfully recovered, and no one has died from the virus in the country.

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