Phnom Penh: About 5,000 Cambodian workers have fled Thailand through ports along the border between the two countries in about More than 10 days after the outbreak of the 19 Kovid virus in Samut Sakhon province, they became concerned about the infection.

The Cambodian authorities in the provinces along the border continue their main actions and measures to protect and implement government regulations and The Ministry of Health, adhering to the instructions and sending workers who have just passed from Thailand to do the correct work for 14 days. From December 20, 2020 until now, some workers have been allowed to leave the Chatsalysak Center after the strike Leesak every 14 days and their second sample test was not positive.

About 1,900 Cambodian workers have returned from Thailand, Oddar Meanchey deputy governor Di Rado told the Post yesterday. Came to Oddar Meanchey province from December 20 to January 4, 2021 and their samples were tested but For Oddar Meanchey province, no worker has been positive for Kovid 19 virus so far.

He said: "The main measure of our province is to promote our people to understand, respect and follow the rules of the Ministry of Health. What we have to do is bring the workers who have come to our province to do charitable work for 14 days at the charitable center "Leesak, we are ready."

Mr. Dirado added that there are 14 meditation centers in Oddar Meanchey province to receive workers from Thailand, including the provincial authorities. Have a supply of food and supplies so that they do not have a shortage.

He said: "We used the money provided by Samdech Techo Hun Sen on the workers during the strike without them "There is no need to worry about shortages, such as three meals a day, mosquito nets, blankets, pillows, mats and soap."

Dirado confirms that in the case of a worker who came from Thailand and did not perform the ritual, he and some family members were taken away Eight others have already come to perform Chatalysak on Sunday, January 3.

Mr. Ly Sary, Deputy Governor of Banteay Meanchey Province, also told the Post yesterday that more than two weeks ago, more than 1,000 Cambodian workers Returning from Thailand through Banteay Meanchey province, in which they were properly calibrated at 12 locations According to the rules of the Royal Government and the Ministry of Health.

He said that the provincial leadership has instructed all village, commune and sangkat authorities to control and bring in illegal workers. Have made a catalyst, bring it to check and make the catalyst correctly so that there is no piercing.

"Even though no workers in our province are infected with the Kovid 19 virus, we can not neglect it," said Ly Sary. Or loosened. We continue to impose restrictions on inspections and installations as well. Authorities and health officials are on duty 24 hours a day at all major border crossings and corridors in the province. "Ours."

The deputy governor added that the Banteay Meanchey provincial authorities have cooperated with the Thai authorities to educate workers about the protection and Prevent infection.

According to Battambang provincial authorities, since the outbreak of the Kovid 19 virus into communities in Thailand, Cambodian workers have returned from Thailand. Returned through Battambang province as of yesterday, there were 1,815 people, of which 6 workers were found 19 Kovid virus was found.

Mr. Nguon Rattanak, Governor of Battambang Province, said: "Our priority policy is to follow the instructions of the Prime Minister and strengthen 14 days for all workers without anyone to go home without doing so.

He confirmed that for Battambang province, there are 7 Chattalysak centers.

Mr. Nguon Rattanak said that some workers are waiting for the results of their second test because they have completed 14 days of work. Chattalysak.

"If they have a negative result, the authorities will allow them to be sent home," he said.

In Preah Vihear province, workers who had been vaccinated for 14 days and tested for the second time were not infected with the 19-kovid virus. Authorities allowed him to return home gradually, and according to Kong Lo, director of the provincial health department, there were about 10 workers. Only others are still doing Chattalysak.

According to the Ministry of Health, on January 3, a 21-year-old worker from Koun Phnom village, Andong commune, Sala Krao district, Pailin province, arrived From Thailand, he arrived in Cambodia on January 1 and tested positive. 19 Kovid was admitted to Pailin Provincial Referral Hospital.

As of January 4, 2021, Cambodia had 382 cases of Kovid 19 virus, of which 362 had been cured and Twenty people are being treated.