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As the government tracks down those who came into contact with a 70-year-old Hungarian man in Siem Reap, no new cases have been reported by the Health Ministry.
PHNOM PENH--The Ministry of Health on Monday (Sept 28) announced that a British man has recovered from COVID-19 cases and no new cases have been discovered.
According to the ministry’s press release, the 54-year-old British man who recovered was a passenger who arrived in Cambodia on Sept. 11 after flying from the UK via the Netherlands and South Korea.
He has since tested negative for COVID-19 twice and was released from the Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital, the ministry added.
As of Sept. 28, Cambodia has recorded a total of 276 COVID-19 cases with 275 patients having recovered and one is being treated at Siem Reap Provincial Hospital. The remaining active case is a 70-year-old Hungarian man who escaped from his quarantine on Sept. 26 after initially testing negative for the virus.
He has since tested positive for COVID-19 and authorities are now attempting to track down all those who came into contact with the Hungarian man.