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11 more Covid deaths, 693 infections in Cambodia

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Medical workers test vendors at Central Market – or Pshar Thom Thmey – for the novel coronavirus, to prevent another Covid-19 outbreak that could see the lemon-domed landmark shuttered once more, in the capital's Daun Penh district on Tuesday. Hong Menea

11 more Covid deaths, 693 infections in Cambodia

The Ministry of Health on September 16 reported 693 new Covid-19 cases, 112 of which were imported.

The ministry also reported 11 new deaths and 443 recoveries.

As of September 16, Cambodia had recorded a total of 102,136 Covid-19 cases with 95,810 recoveries and 2,078 fatalities.

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