Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - Capital's curfew, alcohol ban end May 22

Capital's curfew, alcohol ban end May 22

Content image - Phnom Penh Post
A couple of co-workers out on motorbikes after curfew show their documents to traffic police along an eerily-quiet Monivong Boulevard near Bokor Stop in Chamkarmon district last month. YOUSOS APDOULRASHIM

Capital's curfew, alcohol ban end May 22

Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng announced late on May 21 that the 8pm-3am curfew in yellow zone and the ban on the sale of alcoholic drinks will be lifted at the onset of May 22.

Businesses including cafes, restaurants and markets can let customers sit and eat inside their venues as normal but must implement health measures by requiring all customers to scan the "Stop Covid" QR code before entering.

Also, customers have to wear masks, take temperature and respect other preventive measures including the "three protections and three don’ts".

Some businesses such as entertainment clubs, discotheque, cinema, sports centre, museum, however, will remain shut until further notice.

MOST VIEWED

  • Cambodia unveils new quarantine regulations

    The government has modified Covid-19 quarantine requirements, shortening the duration for, among others, Cambodian officials, foreign diplomats and delegations, investors and inbound travellers in general. According to an official notice signed by Minister of Health Mam Bun Heng late on October 16, quarantine length for Cambodian

  • Cambodia sets new Covid-19 quarantine rules

    The government has modified Covid-19 quarantine requirements, shortening the duration for, among others, Cambodian officials, foreign diplomats and delegations, investors and inbound travellers in general. According to an official notice signed by Minister of Health Mam Bun Heng late on October 16, quarantine length for Cambodian

  • Hun Sen: Cambodia set to fully reopen

    Prime Minister Hun Sen concludes that the October 5-7 Pchum Ben public holiday, during which many people either flocked to their hometowns for family reunion or gathered at tourist attractions across the country, has not caused an outbreak of Covid-19. In a special address to

  • Will Evergrande change the way Chinese developers do business in Cambodia?

    China’s property sector policy has exposed the grim financial condition of real estate developers including those operating in Cambodia, which raises questions over the viability of their projects and business going forward The dark blue netting draping over one of Yuetai Group Co Ltd’

  • Cambodia resumes issuance of tourist visas

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has announced the resumption of its tourist visa and visa exemption programme after a long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In a letter dated October 20 and addressed to foreign embassies and consulates, foreign minister Prak Sokhonn

  • S’ville set to turn into ‘second Shenzhen’

    The Ministry of Economy and Finance has awarded a master plan consultancy contract to top Chinese institute for the development and transformation of Preah Sihanouk province into a “Model Multi-Purpose Special Economic Zone”, Southeast Asia’s next logistics and resort hub and innovation centre. The