Cambodia Halves Quarantine Periods for Unvaccinated Tourists
After as the coronavirus incidence rate has gone down in recent weeks, the Cambodian authorities have decided to ease the quarantine requirements for those entering the country. Quarantine for them will remain, but will be twice as short: seven days instead of fourteen. In addition, unvaccinated travelers arriving by air will be required to undergo a rapid antigen test on the last day of their quarantine. This was stated by the Ministry of Health of the country.
Arrived by land — this mainly concerns Cambodian workers from neighboring countries — are required to take rapid antigen tests upon arrival, as well as on the last day of quarantine.
As a reminder, Cambodia opened its borders to fully vaccinated travelers on November 15 in an attempt to revive its economy, largely dependent on tourism.
The latest changes were announced about a month after another easing of pandemic-related restrictions on visitors from abroad, including the abolition of mandatory COVID-19 tests for vaccinated people.
And last month it was restored scheme for obtaining visas on arrival.