Documentary Photographer Ian Kydd’Miller is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article. To see Ian’s body of work, click on any image.
Living amid the Covid 19 virus in Cambodia seems to have changed little the way people are living. Guidance for the people, some of whom are taking note, is very limited with little decisive action from those in charge. The markets remain open and no travel restrictions other than foreigners entering the country apart from the Chinese. Schools and entertainment bars have been closed but restaurants are still open but with apparently very limited customers. People do seem to be making their own choices to isolate in some way.
The level of traffic does appear to have reduced in Phnom Penh city itself and lots of shops seem to have taken a unilateral decision to close for the time being. Speaking with the taxi and tuk-tuk drivers they tell me they are scared of COVID 19 but what can they do,
if they don’t work their families don’t eat.
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