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Cambodia's Covid cluster cases hit 425

Publication date 05 March 2021 | 09:28 | ICT

The Ministry of Health on March 5 confirmed 23 new cases of Covid-19 linked to the February 20 community transmission, bringing the total to 425 in just two weeks.

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