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64 motorbikes, six cars impounded for curfew violation

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Motorbikes were impounded last night for curfew violation at Steung Meanchey commune in Phnom Penh's Meanchey district. Hean Rangsey

64 motorbikes, six cars impounded for curfew violation

Phnom Penh municipal police impounded 65 motorbikes and six cars on April 2 for travelling in violation of the 8pm-5am curfew, with the drivers required to self-quarantine for 14 days at home.

Municipal police spokesman San Sokseyha told The Post on April 3 the vehicles would only be returned after the quarantine.

In enforcing the two-week curfew, which will last through April 14, Sokseyha said exemption is only granted to those with a letter from their employers proving their night shifts or as permitted by the authorities.


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