Cambodia has adopted a policy of non-discrimination and is allowing travelers who have been inoculated with any type of vaccine to enter the country, Report informs referring to Khmer Times.
According to a Health Ministry circular, this is irrespective of whether or not the type of vaccine had received World Health Organization (WHO) emergency use approval.
Ministry of Health spokeswoman Or Vandine told Khmer Times yesterday that the ministry does not discriminate against travelers who want to visit Cambodia but recommends that passengers, if possible, should have been vaccinated with those on WHO’s Emergency Use Listing (EUL).
“I have already stated that any vaccine is effective and we must not discriminate,” she said.
Vandine added that all vaccines used in Cambodia are recognised and listed for emergency use by the WHO.
The WHO recommends that people who aim to visit Cambodia must fully vaccinated with a vaccine recognized on the WHO Emergency Use Listing and must quarantine according to health measures.