Cambodia reports 65 new COVID-19 infections hinh anh 1People in Cambodia are asked not to enter and leave COVID-19-hit areas (Photo: VNA)
Phnom Penh (VNA) - Cambodia logged 65 new COVID-19 infections on February 25 morning, including 58 cases in the community with links to the “February 20 community infection outbreak”, announced the Ministry of Health.

Of the locally-transmitted cases, there were 41 Chinese nationals, nine Vietnamese, five Cambodian and three from the Republic of Korea, Singapore and Japan.

As of February 25, the country’s COVID-19 count had risen to 697, including 477 recoveries.

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen recently called on Cambodians nationwide, especially those in Phnom Penh, to intensify preventive measures against the COVID-19 pandemic as the new community infection outbreak was announced.

All social activities can remain as usual, but preventive measures must be reinforced, he added./.