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Cambodia Lifts Travel Ban from India

Phnom penh : The Ministry of Health has announced on Friday that the travel ban for flights coming from India is now being lifted. This was announced by the Minister of Health Dr. Mam Bunheng informing that all Indians and other nationals coming from India are now allowed to enter the country.

 The Royal Government of Cambodia has implemented a ban for flights from India back in April as it experiences a widespread of Covid-19. The lifting of the travel ban will take effect on Saturday. As of 6 August, India has recorded a total of 31.9 million cases of Covid-19 with 427,000 deaths.



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