Khmer Times calls upon all of us to join hands in solidarity and partnership to defeat the disease together and to recover from the crisis together.
Socfin donates non-contact infrared thermometers to Mondulkiri public health dep.
CEO of The Prestige Hospital answers frequently asked questions about COVID-19.
Passengers from Cambodia, Asean face increased levels of restrictions to Japan amid spike in COVID-19
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Thursday that Japan will further tighten entry restrictions for international travelers
Four more COVID-19 patients are discharged from hospitals.
Phnom Penh Administration temporarily closes public city bus and water-taxi service.
Svay Rieng Provincial Health Department has quarantined 174 Chinese nationals to ensure they are not infected with COVID-19 upon their arrival in Bavet city
Cambodia has recorded a staggering 40 percent decline in flights coming in or going out due to COVID-19.
The Health Ministry has confirmed two new cases of Coronavirus in Siem Reap province, bringing the Kingdom’s total to 98.
The Tourism Ministry yesterday issued a directive for the indefinite closure of beer gardens across the Kingdom in a bid to quell rising COVID-19 figures.
The Royal Government of Cambodia has no plans to evacuate Cambodian students studying abroad in several countries like China, United States, Europe and Asia.
All patients, regardless of their nationalities, tested positive for the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in Cambodia are entitled to have free medical treatment.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on all medical practitioners to keep updating information and boost cooperation with the international communities to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.
The recovery brings hope that amid the increasing numbers of infections, the retroviral drugs being used to treat patients has thus been effective.
As supplied to Khmer Times, this is the current breakdown of COVID-19 cases in Cambodia up to 10pm on 25/03/2020.
Department of Prisons announces a temporary suspension of inmate visitation rights.
Twenty-two former passengers of the Viking Cruise Journey left the Kingdom.
Despite efforts to curb coronavirus infections in Preah Sihanouk province, the government yesterday reported 5 new cases.
Construction of power plants aimed to generate 400 mW is suspended over Covid-19.
A call to waive overstay fines for tourists stranded here due to the ongoing severe disruption to flights caused by COVID-19.
Over 3,000 rooms are reserved in anticipation to treat coronavirus patients.
PM Hun Sen says all returning migrant workers must receive health checks.
Public markets, grocery stores, factories and restaurants will continue operations.
PM urges people not to use superstitious beliefs to try to ward off COVID-19.
Pixled Media Int’l offers its services to make people aware of the fatal COVID-19.
For pregnant women amid Covid-19, their worries have stretched beyond themselves.
The Health Ministry has recorded five new cases of COVID-19 in Phnom Penh and three other provinces, raising the Kingdom’s tally to 96.
The government is considering requesting King Norodom Sihamoni to place the country in a state of emergency amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
To be ready for any potential spike in COVID-19 pandemic victims, the government has reserved more than 3,000 rooms for potential patients.
GMAC has called for collaboration from all stakeholders in facing the critical situation caused by Covid-19 pandemic.