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No new Covid cases in Cambodia

Publication date 22 May 2022 | 12:08 | ICT

The Ministry of Health on May 22 reported zero new Covid-19 cases and no new deaths.



  • Industry ministry observes World Metrology Day

    The industry ministry on May 20 observed World Metrology Day – the theme of which is “Metrology in the Digital Era” this year – reflecting on the raft of major transformations brought by digital technologies that local communities have undergone.

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    The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA) has called on relevant stakeholders to step up support for landmine clearance to make the Kingdom a landmine-free country by 2025.

  • NEC to Nat’l Police: Let’s fight fake news, incitement in vote run-up

    The National Election Committee (NEC) has asked the apex law enforcement agency to work with it and ensure that legal action is taken against perceived fake news or incitement in the run-up to the June 5 commune council elections.

  • Cambodia, US seek to step up military cooperation

    Cambodia and the US are keen and committed to strengthening bilateral military trust and cooperation, according to the defence ministry’s information department.

  • Four dead, one injured after elevator cable snaps in west S’ville

    Three people died instantly and two others were injured when an elevator cable apparently snapped at a construction site in western Sihanoukville’s Commune III at around 8am on May 20, local police said. One of the injured later died in hospital.

  • No new Covid cases in Cambodia

    The Ministry of Health on May 20 reported zero Covid-19 cases, with three recoveries and no new deaths.

  • Phnom Penh governor asks Paris for wastewater plant in capital’s northwest

    Phnom Penh municipal governor Khuong Sreng has asked France to help build wastewater facilities in northwestern Phnom Penh to ensure that waters that flow into the Tonle Sap River are clean.

  • Kingdom marks Nat’l Day of Remembrance for Khmer Rouge genocide

    Cambodia on May 20 is observing the National Day of Remembrance, dedicated to the people who were murdered or lost their lives during the Khmer Rouge genocidal regime that lasted from April 17, 1975 to January 6, 1979.

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    A report on government achievements in the last five years has been jointly compiled by the Council of Ministers, ministries, institutions and provincial administrations, who announced their plan to archive it as a historical document.

  • Education ministry starts anti-tobacco campaign

    The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports – in collaboration with partner organisations – has launched a campaign to push for the banning of advertisements and the sale of tobacco products at public and private educational institutions.