COVID-19 Vaccination Card Required at Different Establishments in Phnom Penh

Adult People are required to show their COVID-19 vaccination card or certificate when entering and leaving school institutions, markets, malls, restaurants, coffee shops, and other establishments allowed for reopening.

The instruction was made by Phnom Penh municipal administration issued yesterday when the capital city, where almost all residents have already been vaccinated against the pandemic, is moving into new normal life and toward the reopening in all sectors.

For children and youth aged from 6 to under 18 years old, their parents or guardians have the obligation to present the COVID-19 vaccination card or certificate each time they bring them to the above said establishments, it added.

The mandatory presentation of vaccination card or certificate is not applicable for the Under-6s who are not part of the target group for vaccination, it continued.

The above-mentioned establishments that fail to carry out the measure will face business licence revocation and even closure as well as legal actions, the instruction underlined.

The Kingdom has currently been conducting four COVID-19 vaccination campaigns: for the 18 years old and up which has achieved 99.14 percent, the 12 to under 18 years old 89.68 percent, the 6 to under 12 years old 93.75 percent, and the 3rd dose or booster dose for already 907,671 people.

Cambodia has so far vaccinated about 84.10 percent of the total population of 16 million.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press