Cambodia’s Health Ministry said the last patient with the COVID-19 has recovered and left the hospital, leaving the country with zero cases.
Cambodia has reported 122 coronavirus and no deaths from COVID-19 since it emerged in China and started spreading around the world.
Cambodia’s last reported new case was on April 12. A total of 14,684 tests have been done since January, the ministry said.
“We think that most of the cases, generally, are imported, so we must be careful with all checkpoints at the border, at airports, at ports, at land checkpoints,” Mam Bunheng told reporters.
“People who travel from abroad must have a certificate confirming that they don’t have COVID-19. Only then would we allow them in, and once they are in, they will be quarantined for another 14 days,” he said.