Cambodia’s Stung Treng Province has its first COVID-19 case

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Stung Treng Province today reported its first COVID-19 case, which was a woman living in Sim Bok area. The Department of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the Ministry of Health of Cambodia announced on Thursday that so far, coronavirus cases have been reported in the capital and 23 provinces. He pointed out that no cases have been reported in either Stung Treng Province or Rattana Kiri Province. Stung Treng and Ratanakiri provinces are taking extreme measures to ensure that they are virus-free in the face of a surge in cases in neighboring Laos. The government department identified the patient as 24-year-old Lee Sofea and said that she was in isolation at the facility, and the sample sent to Phnom Penh for COVID-19 testing tested positive for the virus. Stung Treng is a province in northeastern Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Ratanakiri to the east, Mondulkiri and Kratie provinces to the south, and Kampong Thom and Preah Vihear provinces to the west border. The northern border is the international border between Cambodia and Laos.

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