The Kingdom To Suspend The 22nd And 38th International Day of Persons With Disabilities, But Allow The Working Group To Visit People With Disabilities Instead
The Royal Government of Cambodia has decided to suspend the 22nd and 38th International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which is scheduled for December 3, 2020, according to a letter from the Office of the Council of Ministers to the Minister of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation and the Chairman of the Disability Action Council.
The Royal Government has allowed the working group of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation and the General Secretariat of the Disability Action Council to visit people with disabilities at centers and places of residence instead, added the same letter.
The suspend the 22nd and 38th International Day of persons with disabilities came after the Cambodian Ministry of Health detected the first case of COVID-19 on the 28th November 2020, which required the Royal Government of Cambodia to take immediate measures to curb the spread of the deadly disease.
As of this morning, Cambodia has found 331 people have been infected with the virus, of whom 304 have recovered, while 27 people have been treated and no death reported, according to the Ministry of Health on December 3rd,2020. AKP