Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has decided to waive the quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated tourists starting on Monday, November 15, according to reports.
Prime Minister Hun Sen made the announcement on social media on Sunday via voice message.
“Cambodia is almost fully vaccinated at nearly 88 per cent 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.
“After seeing that people have two doses and a negative COVID test, they will be allowed to travel all over the Kingdom of Cambodia,” he said.
The Covid test has to have been done 72 prior to travel and the unvaccinated will be required to quarantine for 14 days, he said.
“This is a quick way to re-open the country and facilitate travel for our people. I know some of our citizens want to go abroad but are worried about coming back with quarantine required,” he said.