Southeast Asia, Cambodia, says it received its last patient with COVID-19, Al Jazeera reported on Saturday.
Citing the country's health ministry, the report states that the last patient, a 36-year-old woman from northwest Cambodia's Banteay Meanchey province, was released on Saturday from the Khmer Soviet Friendship Hospital in the capital, Phnom Penh, and was presented to the media in a live broadcast on Saturday.
The country, with a population of 16 million, now has zero cases of the deadly virus.
The Cambodian government, however, called for continued vigilance against COVID-19 and said it would not ease restrictions, which means that schools will remain closed and that checks and quarantines at border entrances will remain demanding. Al Jazeera annotated report.
Cambodia recorded 122 coronaviruses and no deaths from COVID-19.
"We believe that most cases, in general, are imported, so we must be careful with all checkpoints at the border, at airports, in ports and at land control points," Cambodia's Minister of Health said on Saturday. , Mam Bunheng.
"People traveling from abroad must have a certificate confirming that they do not have COVID-19. Only then would we allow them to enter and, once inside, they will be quarantined for another 14 days."