Thailand, Cambodia discuss measures to get migrant Cambodian workers back to work hinh anh 1At the event. (Photo:www.phnompenhpost.com)
Hanoi (VNA) – The Governors of Battambang and Pailin provinces of Cambodia have met their counterpart in Thailand’s Chanthaburi province to discuss the re-opening of border gates to allow legally permitted Cambodian workers to return to work in Thailand.

Thailand's newspaper The Nation reported on December 4 that the governors had look into facilitating travelling procedures for Cambodians working in Chanthaburi despite the COVID-19 pandemic, citing the Battambang provincial administration. 

According to the Battambang authorities, Thai authorities will soon re-open check points at the border between Battambang and Chanthaburi for lawfully-employed migrant workers. Workers will only be allowed to enter Thailand for work when they show proof of full vaccination and negative test result for COVID-19. They will also have to go under quarantine in Thailand./.
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