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Booze Ban & Curfew for Kep

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Kep, 4 June 2021: A ban on alcohol sales and an 8 pm-5 am curfew are now in effect in Kep. The Provincial Administration announced the provisional administrative measures late last night. They take affect for 14 days, through 16 June 2021, across the coastal province.

Shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, guesthouses, and hotels are all barred from selling alcohol, but they may still sell food. Gatherings are suspended altogether between 8 pm and 5 am, except in the following cases:
- Family members living in the same house or lodging
- Funerals in accordance with local regulations
- Meetings of health workers to take samples directly or indirectly involved with a Covid-19 patient, or to attend to other health emergencies
- Meetings of local authorities, armed forces, security services, and administrative officials
All vehicles must be off the province’s roads between 8 pm and 5 am, except for the following:
- Travel for urgent and family reasons, with a letter of authorization or permission from the nearest relevant authority
- Travel of public sector staff, medical teams, and other emergency services
- Armed forces
- Trucks, concrete trucks, and other vehicles used for transporting goods, construction materials, garbage collection, and food delivery
- Travel of employees to or from a place of work that is permitted to remain open normally
Together with other outlying provinces, Kep has seen a growing number of Covid-19 cases in recent weeks and the latest preventative measures will come as no surprise. The small, coastal province was the first to close its borders for a few days, immediately following the 20 February Community Incident.

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