Two Cambodians Living in South Korea Test Positive for COVID-19

Thong Sotha​​   On March 24, 2020 - 10:08 am​   In International   0  
Two Cambodians Living in South Korea Test Positive for COVID-19 Two Cambodians Living in South Korea Test Positive for COVID-19

Two Cambodian women living in South Korea have tested positive for COVID-19, according to Long Dimanche, Cambodian ambassador to South Korea.

In a Facebook post, Mr. Dimanche said two Cambodian women and three-months-old infant contracted the coronavirus.

“Two Cambodians—a woman who has married to South Korean man, her 46-year-old mother, and her three-month-old baby have infected the virus from her husband,” the post said.

Long Dimanche speaks to Cambodian people in South Korea
Long Dimanche speaks to Cambodian people in South Korea

The post said that the South Korean man contracted the virus from his nephew in the hard-hit Daegu city, South Korea.

It said that the South Korean man tested positive for COVID-19 on March 7 and has been quarantined.

It said that the embassy is closely working South Korean Foreign Affairs Ministry to collect more information.

Khmer Times

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