Cambodia prolongs night lockdown in capital for another 2 weeks
( MENAFN ) Cambodia made a decision to prolong a night lockdown in capital Phnom Penh for two more weeks from April 15 until 28 after the number of fresh coronavirus infections keeps increasing.
Phnom Penh Municipal governor Khuong Sreng noted in a declaration on Tuesday: "all kinds of travelling in Phnom Penh must be temporarily prohibited from 8 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. local time."
He added the curfew offers an exemption for those traveling for pressing health reasons or emergency conditions, logistics and work for the public good.
The governor said that all food stalls, restaurants, cafes and soft drink shops are not allowed to permit customers to eat or drink on their premises, but permitted to sell food for takeaway or delivery.
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