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Six new Covid cases in Cambodia

Publication date 06 June 2023 | 11:34 | ICT

The Ministry of Health on June 6 reported six new Covid-19 cases, and one new recovery.



  • Rice-wine poisoning suspected at Pursat funeral

    Twenty-seven individuals who attended a funeral in Pursat province's Krakor district were rushed to Krakor district and Pursat provincial referral hospitals due to suspected rice-wine poisoning.

  • Hun Sen warns of regional tensions

    ASIA is becoming a dangerous geopolitical hotspot, with several countries announcing that they intend to send naval vessels towards Southeast Asia and on to the South China Sea, warned Prime Minister Hun Sen.

  • Public transport touted as congestion solution

    Public transport has been proposed by several key ministries and institutions as the optimal solution to reduce environmental pollution, alleviate traffic congestion, and decrease costs.

  • New water purification facilities for Ko He school

    Ko He Primary School in Kampong Cham province has been graced with a water purification tower and a surface sanitation machine, an initiative of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport.

  • 200 landmines, UXO remnants burned

    Cambodia took a significant step towards ensuring safety and peace within its borders as competent authorities destroyed remnants of over 200 landmines and unexploded ordnances (UXO) on June 4.

  • NEC discusses delivery of national election materials

    Despite Cambodia’s improved infrastructure, election materials still need to be delivered by air, water and tractor to certain provinces and regions, said officials from the National Election Committee (NEC).

  • ‘CPP vow to strengthen national solidarity, will ensure peace’: Samrin

    National Assembly President Heng Samrin, in his capacity as honorary president of the ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP), said his party remains dedicated to enhancing national unity, disregarding political affiliation, gender, religion, ethnicity, or social status.

  • New Banteay Meanchey border checkpoint under discussion

    Banteay Meanchey provincial administration last week held a meeting with Thai officials to discuss the opening of a new border checkpoint in the Phnom Chhat area of Svay Chek district.

  • Nearly 75,000 canines vaccinated in capital, Kandal rabies scheme

    An impactful two-week rabies vaccination campaign has culminated in Phnom Penh, with almost 75,000 dogs immunised.

  • Rare wildlife species released at Angkor park attract tourists

    The Apsara National Authority (ANA) has collaborated with the Forestry Administration and the Wildlife Alliance on a project aimed at reintroducing wildlife to the Angkor Archaeological Park.