Prime Minister Hun Sen on Saturday announced further measures to ensure adequate supplies of staple food including the possibility of banning fish exports.
For two consecutive days, there has been no cases of COVID-19 positive in Cambodia, giving cause for optimism that the situation is under control while vigilance and testing continues.
The US embassy in Phnom Penh has posted a flights advisory, for US citizens who want to fly before flights are suspended from Cambodia
The Ministry of Health this morning announced the largest number of victims who have been successfully treated and cured of the deadly COVID-19 virus.
The government has decided that it will extend visas for foreign tourists, who have been stranded in Cambodia due to COVID-19 outbreak
Police instructed to be ready to prevent spread of COVID-19 during the celebration of Khmer New Year.
Donations included surgical masks, medical equipment and pharmaceutical drugs.
The State of Emergency draft law is skipping the Council of Minister deliberation.
The number of COVID-19 victims tested positive for the virus has increased to 114.
Rice, salt and other nonperishable items to face masks and sanitisers for public and health officials, Cambodia is adequately prepared to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kingdom has detected another case of coronavirus bringing the number of patients to 110, with 34 recoveries.
Gov’t should inject the cash into the health system rather than the private sector: independent analyst Ngeth Chou.
Several ministers and senior officials to donate their salaries to fight COVID-19.
CDC registers seven investment projects, worth around $175 million.
ABA launches a COVID-19 fund for people to donate easily using their ABA app.
Emirates to resume a limited number of outbound passenger flights from April 6.
A decline in the number of Buddhists who offer food and alms at pagodas.
Mobile apps for remote business and e-learning tools record their largest spike.
The Government has stated its commitment to making e-governance a priority.
Two people are arrested for allegedly peddling medicines said to treat COVID-19.
Many pharmacies are running out of medical equipment and prices rise tenfold.
Court places 2 Chinese in pre-trial detention for allegedly selling COVID-19 test kits.
Some politicians attack the government for supposedly importing the disease from China and for allegedly taking slow actions.
Tuesday this week was a Holy Day, a sacred day ring-marked on the Cambodian calendar for the observance of Buddhist precepts.
COVID-19’s deleterious effects for the business sector have taken centre stage.
A new case of COVID-19 positive was announced by the Ministry of Health today.
Cambodia reported another nine cases of COVID-19 patients who were successfully treated.
Commercial banking and finances have strong capital and liquidity: NBC.
Cambodia needs to ease credit and provide help to indebted households: World Bank.
A few teams playing in the Metfone Cambodian League (MCL) have decided to cut the salaries of their players.