Quarantine-free travel for vaccinated travellers announced in Cambodia

Cambodia: After the majority of Cambodia's population was inoculated against Covid-19, Prime Minister Hun Sen announced that all properly vaccinated inbound passengers would be exempted from quarantine. In a special audio message made public, he stated that quarantine-free travel will begin on November 22.

According to sources, "almost 88 percent of our overall population has received Covid-19 immunizations, therefore quarantine regulations are no longer necessary." "Both Cambodians and foreigners travelling to Cambodia will no longer be forced to enter quarantine, but those who have not been immunised will be required to enter quarantine for a full 14 days," he added.

Upon arrival in the kingdom, however, all arriving travellers' samples would be taken for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests, and they can wait for the results at their own homes or the homes of friends or family, he said. "If the results show he/she is Covid-19 negative, he/she has the right to travel wherever he/she wishes," he said.  According to the Prime Minister, fully vaccinated travellers who are now undergoing quarantine at various institutions will be able to leave on Monday.

According to the Ministry of Health, the Southeast Asian nation completed the administration of at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine to 14.05 million people, or 87.8% of its 16-million population (MoH).

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