Cambodia's Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen has said that the current situation of the deadly infectious disease of Kov-19 is still the world's biggest concern.



According to Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen's Facebook page on June 19, 2020, "So far, the situation of Kov-19, the devastating pandemic, remains the biggest concern of the country. The world. There is no known anti-retroviral drug to date. "In more than 216 countries, the number of people infected with Kov-19 has steadily risen to 8,242,999, with 445,535 deaths."

In Cambodia, there are currently two new HIV-infected persons, one from Indonesia and one from Malaysia, with a total of 129 cases and 126 are treated and three are receiving treatment, he said. Continue.

"Please be careful people, whether in the city or in the countryside, should always wear a protective mask, wash their hands with alcohol, or disinfectant gel regularly," he said.

In crowded places such as supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, shops, shops, especially public and private hospitals, there must be masses of alcohol, alcohol or gel for the people to use to prevent the infection of Kov-19, he said. One by one.

In addition, the prime minister said that HIV-19 was invisible and could easily spread. By Eng Bucheng