Advanced LOCKDOWN Introduce a three-zone system according to the severity of the virus.

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Yesterday, the government decided to extend the blockade of Phnom Penh and Tamau in Kandal Province for another week until May 5 to stop the spread of COVID-19. According to the executive order signed by Prime Minister Hun Sen and issued last night, the government has divided the capital into three areas to control the deadly virus: the red area, the largest infection control area, the orange area and the yellow area. On April 14, the government decided to tighten the 14-day quarantine measures in Phnom Penh and Tahmao, Kandal Province, to break the chain of spreading COVID-19 from April 15 to 28. The quarantine measures are designed to ensure the effectiveness of the spread of COVID-19 in Phnom Penh and Tahmao City (considered as one area), and to prevent its spread to other areas.

Mr. Hun Sen said in the decision that the “red area” refers to a geographic area. In areas with severe virus outbreaks, the “orange area” refers to the area in the community with an average risk of infection with the OVID-19 virus, and the “yellow area” refers to the area where the virus is present. The risk of infection is low.

He said that the governor of Phnom Penh and the governor of Kandar will designate these three districts as Tamomau City. When imprisoned in the “red zone”, not all citizens were able to leave their homes and play sports outside their homes. Hun Sen said: “The authorities responsible for implementing the blockade must strictly abide by the law, including temporarily restricting vehicles in accordance with applicable rules and procedures. ” He added that if necessary, people may be allowed to leave the house, including medical travel reasons and health and military personnel.

jobs. In order to control the spread of the virus, Mr. Hun Sen also adopted another measure, which is to pass a new policy on Sunday night, approving anyone trying to infiltrate anywhere in the outbreak to be tested for COVID-19. Other provinces.

He ordered the governor to check all travelers on his border. He pointed out that the places exposed to the spread of COVID-19 include Phnom Penh, Tahmao City in Kandal Province and Sihanoukville City in Preah Sihanouk Province. “Travelers from COVID-19 outbreak areas should be taken seriously by the governor. Hun Sen said: “In particular, measures are taken to take samples from travelers to quickly analyze the COVID-19 virus, and health measures should be strengthened, such as wearing masks and staying safe.

distance. “In similar incidents, the Phnom Penh City Police announced that more than 260 people had been arrested for violating Phnom Penh quarantine measures. Colonel San Seokseiha, a spokesman for the Phnom Penh City Police Department, said that as of Sunday, the authorities had arrested 266 people and the court had issued 7 items. Of the arrest warrants, 5 have been tried for further measures, 6 have been questioned by the police, and 14 others.

The Ministry of Health announced yesterday that 5 more people have died of COVID-19. A woman who is a 58-year-old Cambodian she lives in Dangkor Township, Dangkor District. A 41-year-old Cambodian from Psar Kandal Township, Down Penh District; ans a 32-year-old Cambodian living in Chrang Chamre Town, Russi Keo District.

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