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Jul 6, 2020

From January to May, Cambodia had only 125 coronavirus cases—70% of which were from people traveling from outside of the country, and the rest of which could be linked to those cases. Even as sporadic cases continue to be detected in travelers returning at the border, Cambodia’s implementation of WHO guidelines—test, isolate, trace, quarantine, and care —has kept numbers low. Dr. Kumanan Rasanathan, Health Systems Coordinator for WHO in Cambodia (and Incident Manager for COVID-19 from March to June), talks with guest host Dr. Sara Bennett about Cambodia’s response and what has contributed to its relative success.