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Cambodia halts tourist visas for 1 month in tighter clampdown

Existing visa holders must test negative for coronavirus to gain entry

People eat breakfast at a restaurant near the  Westerdam cruise ship in Sihanoukville, Cambodia, on Feb. 19.   © Reuters

HANOI -- Cambodia will stop issuing tourist and entry visas for one month starting Monday as coronavirus outbreaks grow throughout Southeast Asia, the government said Saturday.

Travelers with valid existing visas will need to prove they have tested negative for the new coronavirus before entering the country.

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