Cambodia: Extension of restriction measures in Phnom Penh until 3 July.


  • On 19 June 2021, Phnom Penh’s Municipal Administration extended the suspension of all occupations and business activities that have been assessed to pose a high risk of COVID-19 transmission. They include:
    • Entertainment clubs, KTVs, nightclubs, discotheques and beer gardens;
    • Casinos and resorts;
    • Museums and parks;
    • Massage parlours;
    • Cinemas;
    • Sports Centres.
  •  Moreover, public and private educational institutions must be suspended, but are allowed to transition online.
  • Also, gatherings consisting of more than 15 people are banned, except for the following:
    • Among family members in the same household, or at funerals permitted by the authorities;
    • Among health workers who collect specimens for COVID-19 testing;
    • Providers of emergency services.
  •  This extension of restrictive measures will last from 20 June until 3 July.
  • On 12 June 2021, Cambodia’s Ministry of Health reiterated that all travellers entering Cambodia will be subjected to a COVID-19 rapid test.
  • Travellers found to be positive for COVID-19 will be sent for hospital treatment, and anyone travelling with them will be subject to 14 days quarantine at a quarantine centre.