AKP Phnom Penh, The Royal Government Spokesperson Unit (RGSU) has urged for an end to the dissemination of information which incites and creates unrest in a situation where the country is facing the COVID-19 spread.
“This (inciting information dissemination) is an act of attack and a violation of the law and must be punished without exception,” stressed the RGSU in a press release made public this afternoon.
The RGSU also recalled hotlines of Phnom Penh municipal administration for needy people as well as phone numbers of the Ministry of Commerce for people to buy foods.
The RGSU took the opportunity to thank all competent authorities and all compatriots for their participation and cooperation in containing and preventing the COVID-19 spread.
As of this morning, Cambodia recorded 13,790 confirmed cases of COVID-19, of which 5,200 have been successfully cured, with 96 fatal cases.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press