Cambodia, Myanmar raising funds for vaccines via donations

A staff member pushes a food trolley to deliver breakfasts at the Yangon General Hospital, in Yangon, Myanmar, on Jan 24, 2021. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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Faced with the daunting cost of vaccinating their populations against the coronavirus, Myanmar and Cambodia are raising money through donations.

Donors in Cambodia have contributed over US$56 million (S$74 million) since last month, according to Radio Free Asia. King Norodom Sihamoni and his mother, who gave US$1 million in total, were among them.

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