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BREAKING: The Phnom Penh Municipal Administration has continues to extend the suspension of some high-risk businesses for a further two weeks.

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Phnom Penh: The Phnom Penh Municipal Administration has extended the city’s Covid-19 administrative measures, “until July 3, 2021”. The announcement was made this afternoon. They were first extended for 14 days on the night of the 2nd of June. 

The affected businesses are those that have not yet been allowed to reopen since the Law on Preventative Measures for Covid-19 came into effect in April. These are schools, vocational training centres, nightclubs, bars and beer gardens, KTVs, museums, resorts, massage businesses, casinos, cinemas and gyms. Most of them have been closed since March and had been hoping to reopen this week, but city officials say it’s not yet safe to do so. The extension on the suspension of high-risk businesses comes amid rising Covid-19 case numbers in Phnom Penh and around the country. 

The sale of alcohol can continue, as can dine-in at restaurants and there has been no extension of the curfew, which ended recently. Gatherings are also still permitted, but for no more than 15 people. Those gatherings must also abide by the Ministry of Health’s Covid-19 preventative measures, including QR code scanning, social distancing, temperature checks, hand sanitising, and the wearing of masks.

There are still orange zones in place in parts of Por Senchey and health officials are scrambling to contain outbreaks at the city’s factories. Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng has already urged the city’s 14 districts to tighten up preventative measures, saying cases have not decreased sufficiently enough

Cambodia's Covid-19 case tally has now climbed to 42,052. The death toll stands at 414. That is the highest death tolls since the infamous “February 20 Community Incident”, before which no Covid-19 deaths had been reported in Cambodia. The number of imported cases has risen sharply in the past six weeks.

The capital is on track to be fully vaccinated by the 8th of July. A full reopening of all businesses is unlikely before then.

The Phnom Penh Capital Administration has also warned that if cases do no start to come down, it will consider the suspension of other business activities. Another curfew has also not been ruled out.


Phnom Penh’s “High Risk” Businesses Remain Closed

Phnom Penh: The Phnom Penh Municipal Administration has extended the city’s Covid-19 administrative measures, “until further notice”. They were first extended for 14 days on the night of the 2nd of June but will continue until a new decision is made. This will be dependent on Phnom Penh’s success in containing the latest outbreaks at factories, the pace of its vaccine roll-out, as well as on everyone’s adherence to safety measures.




The affected businesses are those that have not yet been allowed to reopen since the Law on Preventative Measures for Covid-19 came into effect in April. These are schools, vocational training centres, nightclubs, bars and beer gardens, KTVs, museums, massage parlours, casinos, cinemas and gyms. Most of them have been closed since March and had been hoping to reopen this week, but city officials say it’s not yet safe to do so.

There are still orange zones in place in parts of Por Senchey and health officials are scrambling to contain outbreaks at the city’s factories. Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng has already urged the city’s 14 districts to tighten up preventative measures, saying cases have not decreased sufficiently enough.

The capital is on track to be fully vaccinated by the 8th of July. A full reopening of all businesses is unlikely before then.


Phnom Penh’s “High Risk” Businesses Remain Closed

Phnom Penh: The Phnom Penh Municipal Administration has extended the city’s Covid-19 administrative measures, “until further notice”. They were first extended for 14 days on the night of the 2nd of June but will continue until a new decision is made. This will be dependent on Phnom Penh’s success in containing the latest outbreaks at factories, the pace of its vaccine roll-out, as well as on everyone’s adherence to safety measures.




The affected businesses are those that have not yet been allowed to reopen since the Law on Preventative Measures for Covid-19 came into effect in April. These are schools, vocational training centres, nightclubs, bars and beer gardens, KTVs, museums, massage parlours, casinos, cinemas and gyms. Most of them have been closed since March and had been hoping to reopen this week, but city officials say it’s not yet safe to do so.

There are still orange zones in place in parts of Por Senchey and health officials are scrambling to contain outbreaks at the city’s factories. Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng has already urged the city’s 14 districts to tighten up preventative measures, saying cases have not decreased sufficiently enough.

The capital is on track to be fully vaccinated by the 8th of July. A full reopening of all businesses is unlikely before then.


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