Phnom Penh continues to ease lockdown restrictions in most parts of the city, as of May 24, 2021:
- Curfews have been lifted in Phnom Penh, and alcohol sales and restaurant dining resumed.
- Public markets have reopened.
As of May 20:
- City Hall posted a map of the new zoning areas on May 19, as shown below. Red zones have been lifted.
- Parts of only six communes remain in orange zones in the city’s latest lockdown classifications, as of May 20. The rest of Phnom Penh is in yellow zones.
*Map last updated on May 19, 2021. The below graphic of rules has not been updated with the lifting of curfews.
Red Zone Rules
- Buying food, groceries and pharmaceuticals. (Up to three times a week.)
- Medical reasons.
- Exercise with two or fewer people.
- Diplomats and journalists.
- Prior permission from authorities.
- Markets, grocery stores and restaurants for delivery, as approved by authorities.
- Pharmacies and other essential services, as approved by authorities.
- Hotels and guesthouses, with up to 2 percent staffing.
- Public services and utilities, with up to 2 percent staffing.
- Factories producing medical equipment or food.
- Other necessary work as approved by authorities.
- Delivery of food and groceries.
- Family members who live together.
- Funerals organized with local authorities.
- Covid-19 testing and other medical activities.
- Karaoke clubs, bars and beer gardens.
- Amusement parks, cinemas, theaters and museums.
- Gyms, sports centers and massage parlors.
- Liquor stores.
Updated on May 20, 2021 with VOD map and revised zones. Updated on May 26 to note lifting of curfews.