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.
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.