Phnom Penh: Inter-Ministerial Commission for Combating Corruption Kingdom of Cambodia announces a waiver of the requirement for health insurance and a $ 3,000 deposit for testing services. Making and validating KV-19 for Cambodian passport holders with a special visa (Visa) , K) Come to Cambodia.
Press Release of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Combating Corvir-19 on Corrective Measures for the Cambodian Citizen Foreign passports to Cambodia validation for diplomats and international organizations with A and B visas on March 17 June 2020.
According to Ministry of Foreign Affairs letter No. 4211, OCK22 dated 15 June 2020, Ministry of Foreign Affairs And international cooperation and with the highest approval of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo HUN SEN, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia, dated 17th June. 2020 Proclamation No. 101, dated May 20, 2020, by the Inter-Ministerial Committee for Combating the Disease of Kuwait 19, concerning modification of measures Preventing and responding to the spread of the HIV epidemic 19 for all travelers to Cambodia, including diplomats, is as follows: 1) Except Health Insurance and a $ 3,000 deposit for various tests, tests, and Medical check-up of KV-19 for Cambodian passport holders with special visa (Visa, K) coming to Cambodia but required Health Certificate for Cod-19 F ree) issued by the health authority accredited by the Health Authority confirming that they are free of the Kovirus 19 and valid 72 hours after departure. Is located.
2) All foreign mission agencies and international organizations in Phnom Penh, with diplomats and international organizations, come to Cambodia to ensure the negative impact of the disease. The diplomats and officials of the International Organization and the guarantees for the validity of the 14-day self-determination .
3) All other measures set out in Proclamation No. 101, dated May 20, 2020, by the Inter-Ministerial Commission for Combating Coronary Disease. Vide 19 remains in effect.
The Inter-Ministerial Committee for the Fight against Kovud-19 through the Ministry of Health has continued to call on all citizens to continue to take preventive measures. Needed to prevent person-to-person transmission of the HIV-19 virus and to avoid the second wave of infection -19 ៕