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Cambodia is working towards a possible reopening of borders for fully vaccinated international travellers by November this year, with Phnom Penh on track to becoming the most vaccinated city in South-east Asia.
The Cambodian tourism ministry recently announced that fully vaccinated international tourists with proof of their inoculation could be allowed into Cambodia as soon as November 2021.
The country’s authorities are also mulling the reduction or full removal of the 14-day quarantine policy for fully vaccinated tourists who show proof of a negative Covid test taken 72 hours before travel and test negative for the virus upon arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport.
Cambodia is currently the second most vaccinated country in South-east Asia after Singapore. The Kingdom has already inoculated more than 60 per cent of its 16.5 million people, while over 95 per cent of its 2.1 million residents in the capital Phnom Penh are already fully vaccinated.
The country anticipates it will reach herd immunity with 75 per cent of its population double vaccinated by the end of September this year.