The statement, which included 45 rights groups and community organizations, highlighted how at least 22 journalists were either attacked or threatened with violence while in the field in 2020.
NagaWorld resort told more than 15 percent of staff this month that they will be laid off in the next few weeks.
The announcement brings an end to a three-week lockdown in two cities, which was extended by seven days last week and also saw the introduction of a three-color zone system.
Legal experts say renewed divisions between international and Cambodian court members will likely result in dismissal of the case against Meas Muth.
The government has shut down public markets across Phnom Penh, including in “red zones,” with the government taking on the responsibility of selling food and providing food donations.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Tuesday ordered the deployment of military medical officers and soldiers to administer and manage a COVID-19 vaccination drive for Phnom Penh residents living in “red zones.”
The Cambodian government extended a 14-day lockdown by another week until May 5 and imposed a three-color zone system to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Authorities have put Phnom Penh and the nearby town of Takhmau under lockdown until May 5, while all markets were shut in the capital on Saturday.
The report shows 7.1 percent growth for the industry and manufacturing sector, 1.3 percent for agriculture, and 3.3 percent in the services sector.
The Communist Party’s mouthpiece Nhan Dan published in Vietnamese on Sunday that the imported cases were from Cambodia.
As of Friday, all the markets in Phnom Penh and one in neighboring Takhmau city have been closed by authorities for having a high incidence rate of COVID-19.