Chikungunya spreads to 12 provinces, with over a thousand patients.
Ten suspects are taken into custody after being caught in possession of drugs.
CAMBODIA COVID-19 – SITUATION UPDATE: August 02, 2020. CASES: 240 CURED: 196 Time: 10:00 am.
Cambodian and Vietnamese officials exchanged border topographic maps at 1:25,000 scale at Moc Bai international border gate, the southern province of Tay Ninh on August 1.
Cambodia’s Ministry of Health today announced that 31 COVID-19 victims who were being treated in hospitals have recovered and released.
Yet another case of imported COVID-19 positive victim, a Cambodian returnee from United States, bringing total to 240
A 57-year-old Cambodian male who returned to Cambodia from the U.S. via South Korea was tested positive for COVID-19, thus bringing the total number of infections to date to 240.
Cambodia and Singapore have convened a meeting to further boost bilateral collaboration on the intellectual property sector.
Cambodia has requested Japan to support the construction of a tourist seaport in Preah Sihanouk province.
With another five COVID-19 positive cases being announced by the Ministry of Health Saturday, alarm bells have gone off s to the rising number of cases, 239, with most of them classified as imported cases.
The Chikungunya disease has reportedly spread quickly to 12 provinces across the Kingdom
The Cambodian government on Friday extended tax breaks for aviation companies and tourism-related businesses for another two months to help offset losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
The People’s Court of the southern province of Tay Ninh handed a death penalty to a Cambodian drug trafficker during a trial on July 31.
Police raids in HCMC and other localities last Thursday night seized over 76 kg of drugs linked to Cambodia, leading to the arrest of nine suspects.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng ordered officials of provinces that share borders with Vietnam to strengthen security in checkpoints following the recent spike in COVID-19 infections in Vietnam.
As the world celebrates World Ranger Day today, WWF recognises and celebrates the accomplishments and work done by rangers
Cambodia today reported five new imported cases of COVID-19, bringing the tally to 239.
Cambodia looks forward to optimising the product promotion and networking opportunities during the 3rd China International Expo 2020 in November.
CAMBODIA COVID-19 – SITUATION UPDATE: August 01, 2020. CASES: 239 CURED: 164 Time: 8:30 am.
Kep and Kampot cities have demonstrated their readiness to become smoke-free tourist provinces by the end of 2021.
COVID-19: WHO urges countries to prioritise essential international travel, blanket ban not the answer
Countries should gradually lift international travel measures based on a thorough risk assessment and must prioritise essential travel for emergencies
Rong Chhun is arrested over a remark he made concerning border issues.
A Cambodian ranger today was recognised for a prestigious international award by the World Wide Fund for Nature for his contribution in protecting the Kingdom’s forest and wildlife.
Cambodia’s Minister of Commerce Pan Sorasak said Thursday that the kingdom is ready to participate in the third China International Import Expo (CIIE), which will be held in Shanghai from Nov 5 to 10.
The government-funded cash scheme launched to assist IDPoor households will be extended to two more months to ease difficulties faced amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of 39 Cambodians, who had been stranded in India and Pakistan due to the pandemic, arrived safely in Cambodia today via Malaysia Airlines Flight MH754.
The Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage has helped Cambodia to restore the royal palaces in the ruins of Angkor and the research work has not been suspended, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation has launched the implementation of the policy to support people with disabilities in four capital and provinces.
A Chinese firm branded T.C.U Polys Enterprise Co., Ltd. is seeking a possibility to construct a water purifier plant in Cambodia.
A new 400 megawatt fuel-fired power plant and a 230 kilowatt power substation in Koh Ras commune, Lovea Em district, Kandal province, will be put into operation at the end of next month.
Cambodia’s Minister of Commerce Pan Sorasak has encouraged closer cooperation on trade and investment facilitation, trade barrier elimination, and digital technology use to restore trust of businesses and customers, amid this COVID-19 global crisis.