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Cambodia Lifts Quarantine Requirements For Fully Vaccinated

Cambodia lifts quarantine

Cambodia has lifted all quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated international travellers entering Cambodia from 15 November.

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen said the removal of quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated travelers will enable the country to fully reopen and that it mirrored the policies of other countries in the region. He also emphasised that any unvaccinated travellers must still undergo a 14-day quarantine.

“Cambodia is almost fully vaccinated at nearly 88 percent of the total population of around 16 million. So, there is no quarantine requirement any longer, except for those who have not been vaccinated who still need to do a 14-day quarantine like before,” he said.

He said fully vaccinated travellers will only need to take a rapid test and wait for the results at their accommodation. If the results are negative, they can then travel anywhere in Cambodia.

“You just need to wait 15-20 minutes for the rapid test results and then you can continue your journey to any place across the entire country with no limitations, however you wish,” he said.

The order applies to all routes – airports, waterways and land border checkpoints with Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.

Before departing for Cambodia, passengers need to be sure to have proof of vaccination and a health certificate indicating that they tested negative for Covid-19 in the 72 hours prior to their flight.

Those who are unvaccinated will be quarantined for 14 days.

Book your hotel room today in Cambodia's popular travel destinations: Siem ReapPhnom Penh, or Sihanoukville.

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