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Cambodian Premier Hun Sen announced on Tuesday that the government has diagnosed him with COVID-19. He is canceling his appearances at the Group of 20 meetings in Bali just days after hosting world leaders including President Joe Biden, for a summit in Phnom Penh.
In a post to his page on Facebook, the Cambodian leader announced that he was positive for the coronavirus virus on Monday night and that the diagnosis was confirmed by an Indonesian doctor early on Tuesday morning. He announced that he was heading back to Cambodia and had canceled his participation in the G-20 and his scheduled APEC business forum that will be held in Bangkok.
The man said that it was fortunate that he made it to Bali late on Monday, and could not attend the dinner party that evening with French president Emmanuel Macron and other leaders.
The White House said Biden tested negative on Tuesday morning and is not considered to be a close contact, as determined by U.S. CDC.
Cambodia was the host country for Cambodia and was the host of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit which concluded on Sunday. Hun Sen had a meeting with a number of leaders in one-on-one meetings.
Apart from Biden In addition to Biden, the guests also include Japanese PM Fumio Kishida Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang, and many others.
In a Facebook post, Hun Sen said he had “no clue” about the time he could have contracted COVID-19.
He stated that he is feeling normal and is carrying out normal tasks other than for a few meetings with guests.