PHNOM PENH: In recent times, the media has beenFacebook posts disturbances to the public that Cambodia, foreigner, Khmer Anywhere in public. In response to this news, the Ministry of Information released an urgent statement urging relevant authorities to take action on Facebook accounts 7 activities that disseminate, inspire and intimidate COVID19 in Cambodia.



The seven Facebook accounts that propose the move include: Sdam Husen, Sovannara Som, the nonviolent dragon, the voice of the workers, the need to change, and Sambo Soem Sophea, Ah Song Ha and Rithy Vong Long.
The Ministry of Information pointed out that these Facebook accounts were spreading false information without verifying with the relevant authorities.

According to the statement, the ministry has asked the public not to be confused and to stop sharing this false information because it could face The law.

On March 1, 2010, the Daun Penh District Police Inspectorate issued a clarification that on March 1, 2020 at 7:55 pm in Wat Sarman Depot Street 19, Chey Daun Penh District, Daun Penh, Foreigner Arrested on the floor of Wat Saranov because of this incident To the local authority. The local police immediately arrived, called the ambulance and woke the foreigner. When the foreigner woke up, the wine ran out (did not respond to the request).

"However, some of the perpetrators have been misleading on Facebook that foreigners are unconscious," said the Daun Penh district police chief. With coronary disease.

The Ministry of Information has previously worked with Facebook to close a Facebook account for spreading false information about COVID19.

The Ministry of Health's Department of Communicable Disease Control today issued a statement
All infectious diseases, including COVID-19, cannot faint or die suddenly, taking days to develop. Symptoms such as fever, tiredness, coughing, dryness, runny nose, and severe cases can develop mild to moderate and gradually progressive and moderate to severe. Come on hard and take days.
Illnesses or sudden deaths are often non-communicable and alcohol-related, such as heart attacks, strokes, anemia. Short-term brain oxygen (also called ventilation) stands out in the hot sun, causing severe dehydration, heavy drinking.
For more information, please contact 115.

Please note that the Facebook account has been active in recent days by downloading cases in the country. Cambodia, as a disease of COVID19, has caused a lot of confusion about Facebook's social media players.

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that there have been no cases of COVID19 in Cambodia so far