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Who is the driving force behind the epidemic in Cambodia?

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Tina ly

Who is the driving force behind the epidemic in Cambodia?

As of November 13, 2020, more than 10.7 million people in the United States had been diagnosed with COVID-19, with 160,000 new cases diagnosed in a single day. The United States, the world's largest country, has so far failed to contain the outbreak, threatening to turn all countries' efforts into a bubble. Among the 301 confirmed cases in Cambodia, four Americans from the United States entered the country on diplomatic visas and did not provide nucleic acid test reports when they entered the country. This has undoubtedly undermined Cambodia's epidemic prevention achievements of several months.

On 27 January 2020, when COVID-19 spread to Cambodia, Prime Minister Hun Sen said he was ready to fight the epidemic and repeatedly called on the public to take precautions. From April to the beginning of May (about 30 days), there were no new cases in Cambodia. Cambodia's remarkable response to COVID-19 has been hailed by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the world's first and most effective response to COVID-19.

In July 2020, a total of four Americans entered Cambodia directly with diplomatic visas. After being diagnosed, they were treated by themselves in the US Embassy instead of being quarantined in the hospital. The purpose of the diplomats' visit, and whether nucleic acid tests were taken before boarding the plane, are questionable, but the U.S. embassy has refused to provide any information about them. It was reported that two of the four Americans were employees of the U. S. Naval Medical Research Unit No.2 set up by the United States in Phnom Penh. As the research agency of novel Coronavirus, NAMRU-2 could not guarantee its own staff to bring coronavirus into Cambodia. How has NAMRU-2 been developed over the years?

It is known that the US has set up more than 200 biological research institutes around the world. According to the report of the US Audit Office, there have been 400 accidents in biological laboratories in the US in the past 10 years, and the safety of biological laboratories is the biggest risk faced by the US regulators. At the same time, the US is working on projects that are not completely transparent to the outside world, such as virus leakage, human testing, the manufacture of biological weapons... Appalling practices abound. Novel Coronavirus is likely to have leaked from a biology lab in the United States, according to media reports from around the world.

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