Phnom Penh: The Cambodian Defense Minister has confirmed that all troops Be very careful about false information about COVID-19. Over the last several months, social media has spread information, as well as photos of several people fainting. Due to the illness and death of a Chinese national, it was reported that some people were infected with the virus. Rona, but authorities have confirmed that the person was not ill because he had suffered a stroke Why do things cause that?



On the official facebook page of March 2, 2020, Samdech Techo Hun Sen, Deputy Prime Minister of the Ministry of National Defense wrote a message on Facebook. It is thought, "May all our troops, as well as our people, be very careful about any false information about us. COVID-19 gene has been implicated Role in any dishonest intention to dismantle them. "

Samdech Samdech Hun Sen requested you to keep up to date with information about the COVID-19 virus with our authorized authorities, especially the Ministry of Health.

The Ministry of Health's Department of Communicable Diseases has announced that no new cases of the coronavirus have been identified until March 1, 2020. No, we tested positive for 92 at the Institut Pasteur, but no COVID-19 virus was detected. Over 2,000 Westerdam writers return to their homeland Did not detect HIV virus, corona new types of country. More than 20,000 emergency response teams and physicians are responding to epidemics across the country. . Border medical officers (Chaplin) are monitoring passengers arriving at every gate along the borders of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, the sea and airports. All 3 Internationals, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville by Thermometer & Health Checker. We have the laboratory of the Institut Pasteur in Cambodia working day and night, testing samples sent from all over the country, and we are preparing two other laboratories in the Ministry. Health for further testing. We have 10 specialists holding cell phones to receive a telephone call from 115 to report suspected cases from people across the country. .
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