Cambodia’s health ministry, yesterday, announced the recruitment of 3,324 additional health workers for 2022, according to a statement.
The new employees will work at national and sub-national units, to provide health services to the public, the statement said.
“The exam subjects are both vocational and general, and the exam will take two hours,” Health Minister, Mam Bunheng said in the statement, adding that, candidates can apply for the exam at the health ministry, as the deadline is Oct 14.
The nation has remarkably increased the number of health staff after the COVID-19 pandemic began in Jan, 2020.
Buoyed by its high vaccination rates, Cambodia has resumed all socioeconomic activities and reopened its borders to travellers without quarantine, since Nov last year.
The kingdom has so far vaccinated at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccines to 15.16 million people, or 94.7 percent of its 16 million population, the health ministry said, adding that, of them, 14.5 million, or 90.6 percent of the population, have been fully vaccinated with two required shots.
Almost 10 million, or 62.5 percent, have got a third dose, and 3.97 million, or 24.8 percent, have had a fourth dose, and 625,216 or 3.9 percent have received a fifth dose.
China’s s Sinovac and Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccines have been widely used in the kingdom’s immunisation programme.–
Source: NAM News Network