Phnom Penh governor says public must observe Covid-19 measures throughout Cambodia’s water competition

The governor of Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh is warning the basic public to abide by Covid-19 prevention measures whereas travelling and gathering for the Royal Water Festival, generally identified as “Bon Om Touk,” marking the the top of the monsoon season with celebrations and dragon boat races.
The popular three-day pageant, begins at present and different people all through the country gather for boat races. The second day of the pageant, often identified as Ok Ambok, includes a lantern lighting ceremony to worship the moon. Governor Khuong Sreng says the public should observe the Ministry of Health’s standards during the celebrations.
As Best is getting closer to reaching its objective of vaccinating 91% of the inhabitants, with more than 88% already vaccinated, the Royal Government is slowly easing restrictions on Covid-19 measurements, by permitting museums, cinemas and theatres to reopen starting from today.
Although the country didn’t maintain festivities throughout this yr, a spokesperson for the Phnom Penh Municipal Administration, said that the pinnacle of the Royal Government is allowing folks, authorities officers, to participate in the Royal Water Festival and boat races.
Earlier this week, the governor gathered the Unity Command to issue law enforcement forces, and ordered all 14 district authorities to take care of security for the people and strengthen the principles of the Ministry of Health on the event of the Royal Water Festival.
As of right now, the kingdom of Cambodia reported fifty one new instances of Covid-19 with 5 deaths, making it the least contaminated price amongst the ASEAN nations, with a total recorded number of 119,687..

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