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migrant workers in accessing COVID-19 information, essential healthcare services such as mental health support and anti-gender-based violence measures. vintage hairdresser children poster The article further reports that, so far, over 100,000 Cambodian migrant workers have returned from Thailand following the Thai government’s decision to close the country’s borders. Timeless Fashion Clothing factory in Phnom Penh’s are demanding unpaid wages and benefits. On Tuesday night, around 150 workers prevented a company truck from leaving the premise, as they feared that it carried equipment which would be sold by management before workers are paid. Workers have demanded to be paid $100 and benefits on 15 August if the factory suspends operations or shuts down. The International Labour Organisation reports that almost 1 in 4 garment workers in Vietnam have lost their jobs amidst the
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