Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand post spike in COVID-19 cases hinh anh 1Residents line up for vaccination in Phnom Penh (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – The Cambodian Health Ministry on June 21 reported 735 more COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, raising the total infections in the country to 43,446.

Among the new cases, 708 were local transmissions and 27 were imported ones.

With 10 deaths related to the disease on the same day, the total fatalities has reached 441.

To counter the virus spread, the Phnom Penh authorities decided to continue preventing mass gatherings and other non-essential activities from June 20 to July 3.

Also on June 21, the number of infections in Indonesia surpassed 2 million when the country's Health Ministry confirmed additional 14,536 cases, a record since January 30.

The country also logged 294 deaths, raising the total to 54,956.

Its Government also decided to extend micro-scale community activities restriction (PPKM) from June 22 to July 5 in areas where COVID-19 cases spiked.

The same day, Thailand announced 3,175 new cases, marking the fifth consecutive day the country has recorded over 3,000 cases in the context that the Southeast Asian nation is loosening measures to recover its economy./.