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Two Chinese nationals have reportedly escaped from a hotel in Phnom Penh during their quarantine. Ministry of Health spokeswoman Or Vandine said the two men were placed in a centre upon their arrival at the Phnom Penh International Airport on September 8.


However, she said they fled the hotel quarantine centre on Wednesday afternoon while awaiting COVID-19 test results. The men were identified as Jiang Jiajie, 23 and Zhu Jun 32, who both arrived in Cambodia at 11am on September 8 before being quarantined at a designated hotel in Phnom Penh.


Vandine said the authorities are still looking for the duo – noting that although they tested negative for the virus, they are still required to undergo mandatory quarantine. On August 30, The Minister of Health Mam Bun Heng requested that capital-provincial governors deploy security forces and monitor activities outside quarantine centres.


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6 minutes ago, soalbundy said:

They haven't got 10 million Baht on them by any chance.

Jiang Jiajie and Zhu Jun just been visiting uncle in pattaya few days ago ...  all good  



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22 hours ago, ChaiyaTH said:

Those will never be found, as soon they enter a casino its like being in an embassy.


The Cambodian authorities are extremely good at tracking people down. My bet is on them (the authorities).



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20 hours ago, samtab said:

So we can just fly there and escape the quarantine for a visa run ?





1. No direct flights between Thailand and Cambodia now (and land borders closed). You'd have to do an expensive and time consuming routing via a third country...on flights that are often cancelled and with some countries not allowing transit passengers.


2. No tourist visas being issued for Cambodia. You'd have to be able to get a non-tourist visa from Camb Embassy.


3. On arrival you have to pay a $2,000 deposit, undergo testing and then 14 days quarantine.


4. To come back to Thailand you would then have to meet the requirements for a Certificate of Entry (currentl;y impossible for retirees not married to a Thai or holding an elite visa).



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