At the working sessions, Consul General Vu Ngoc Ly advised overseas Vietnamese to have peace of mind, not to listen to the rumors and return to the home country at the present time. Meanwhile, it is necessary to comply with the epidemic prevention measures of Cambodia’s Ministry of Health.

Face masks presented to poor Vietnamese in Cambodia (Photo: VNA)

Mr. Ly also suggested that overseas Vietnamese should immediately contact local hospitals and health facilities for testing and treatment if they have symptoms of COVID-19.

Overseas Vietnamese are very moved by the interest of the Party and the State, saying that this is a great source of encouragement to help people feel secure and proactively prevent epidemics.

Overseas Vietnamese were very moved by the interest of the Party and the State, saying that this is a great source of encouragement to help them feel secure and proactively prevent the epidemic.

According to the plan, the Consulate General would present face masks to poor overseas Vietnamese in Kampong Speu province on March 31st.

According to the Cambodian Ministry of Health, as of 9am of March 30th, the total number of COVID-19 infection cases in Cambodia is 107, of which 23 have recovered.

On the same day, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen suspended all casinos nationwide from 11:59pm of April 1st to prevent the spread of COVID-19./.

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