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Cambodia’s COVID-19 positive cases has risen exponentially in 48 hours with tally now at 568 with 475 recoveries

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One of the four who escaped from quarantine in Sokha Hotel caused the outbreak of the February 20 Community Event. Screen grab of CCTV. Supplied

Cambodia’s COVID-19 positive cases situation had worsened significantly since 20 February with the outbreak of the February 20 Community event where up to Sunday midnight, up to 78 people have been infected.

In addition there were four imported cases comprising  a 43-year-old Cambodian male returning from Ghana through South Korea to Cambodia on 8 February 2021, with a total of 41 passengers,  a 38-year-old and a 40-year-old Chinese males and a 29-year-old Chinese female turning from China to Cambodia on 11 February 2021.

The other 31 patients connected to the February 20 Community Event comprise Cambodian and Chinese nationals aged between 11 and 71 years old.

To date, Cambodia has confirmed 568 cases of COVID-19 with 475 recoveries and no deaths.

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Cambodia’s February 20 Community Event outbreak of COVID 19 jumped significantly to 78, bringing total tally with imported cases to 568