Phnom Penh: Mr. Hun Manit, Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Gateway and Immigration Management, requested that provinces throughout the country be prepared to do so. Lysak to prepare to receive Cambodian workers returning from Thailand who are required to perform Lysak in their provinces or hometowns It takes 21 days to track down a new strain of the Delta virus.
According to an audio message obtained by the Post on July 20, Mr. Manit stated that he had held talks with The Executive Committee and the Inter-Ministerial Commission have decided that all provinces should set up stalls to receive workers from the border.
According to Mr. Hun Manit, this 21-day charitable practice is a 14-day charitable practice at the charitable centers in the provinces. And spend the next seven days in their hometowns.
"According to tests, it is a new mutation virus that in 14 days we have not been able to see," he said. . Therefore, we may need to set up a charismatic center by determining which residents are to be chartered in that district next. From the border, send them to their home provinces. ”
According to a July 16 announcement from the Ministry of Health, Cambodia has discovered a new strain of the virus. Delta, a total of 75 cases and all cases. However, due to concerns about the spread of the new strain of the virus into the community, there has been a change in the way workers are treated. Cambodians who came to Cambodia.