In the town of Chamka Ovleuk, village chief Im Sivorn knows just how important accurate information is in stopping the spread of this deadly virus.
“Not all of our people know or understand what this virus can do to you,” says Im, who has been village chief for 12 years.
“That is why it is important that we go door-to-door to spread information and stop the virus.”
Well, almost door to door. Im is going street-by-street to put up COVID-19 prevention posters and broadcast messages through the loudspeakers on her tuk-tuk so that people with no internet, television or radio can learn how to protect themselves and help prevent the spread of the infection.
“...It is important that we go door-to-door
to spread information and stop the virus.”