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Hun Sen confirms Covid-19 now at 93

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Hun Sen confirms Covid-19 now at 93

Two more foreigners have been tested positive for Covid-19 in Preah Sihanouk province, raising Cambodia's tally to 93, said Prime Minister Hun Sen.

Speaking on Wednesday when he met with some 300 volunteer physicians working to fight the pandemic, he said: "Now it has increased to 93.”

The Ministry of Information said with the two latest cases, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Preah Sihanouk province has risen to 36.

Of the total 93 cases in Cambodia, six have recovered – four Cambodians, a Chinese and British tourist.


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