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In order to help the public health officials combat COVID-19, Google had published #COVID19 Community Mobility Reports  in 130+ countries which provide insights that could help them understand the impact of response strategies, like social distancing measures, to slow the rate of transmission.

COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports in Cambodia

What those data created from?

The insights in these reports are created with aggregated, anonymized sets of data from users who have turned on the Location History setting. People who have Location History turned on can choose to turn it off at any time from their Google Account and can always delete Location History data directly from their Timeline.

These reports show how visits and length of stay at different places change compared to a baseline. Google calculates these changes using the same kind of aggregated and anonymized data used to show popular times for places in Google Maps. Changes for each day are compared to a baseline value for that day of the week:
  • The baseline is the median value, for the corresponding day of the week, during the 5- week period Jan 3–Feb 6, 2020.
  • The reports show trends over several weeks with the most recent data representing approximately 2-3 days ago—this is how long it takes to produce the reports. 
 What data is included in the calculation depends on user settings, connectivity, and whether it meets our privacy threshold. If the privacy threshold isn’t met (when somewhere isn’t busy enough to ensure anonymity) we don’t show a change for the day. We include categories that are useful to social distancing efforts as well as access to essential services. We calculate these insights based on data from users who have opted-in to Location History for their Google Account, so the data represents a sample of our users. As with all samples, this may or may not represent the exact behavior of a wider population.

See Also: [Map] Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases in Cambodia

The chart movement trends over time by geography, across different high-level categories of places such as:
  • Retail and Recreation: Mobility trends for places like restaurants, cafes, shopping centers, theme parks, museums, libraries, and movie theaters.
  • Groceries and pharmacies: Mobility trends for places like grocery markets, food warehouses, farmers markets, specialty food shops, drug stores, and pharmacies.
  • Parks: Mobility trends for places like national parks, public beaches, marinas, dog parks, plazas, and public gardens.
  • Transit stations: Mobility trends for places like public transport hubs such as subway, bus, and train stations.
  • Workplaces: Mobility trends for places of work.
  • Residential: Mobility trends for places of residence.

The below is COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports in Cambodia:

To me, I think these insights are very useful for the government. It will add to other public health information that will help people and communities stay healthy and safe. You also can find your country's community mobility report on this official site.
Learn more about these reports, please read on The Keyword post.

COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports in Cambodia

Map - COVID-19 Cases in Cambodia

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus.

How could I keep an eye on the latest update about this case in Cambodia? What reliable sources could I trust?

Here is the list of sources I trusted:
Or check out this very useful interactive map below which is updated by Open Development Cambodia:

Any concerns related to this disease, free call to 115 (in Cambodia).

You also can check on this website, - which is created and volunteered input by a group of Cambodian (Khmer language only).

See Also: COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports in Cambodia

The sudden and near-constant stream of news reports about an outbreak can cause anyone to feel worried. Get the FACTS; not the rumors and misinformation. Facts can help to minimize fears. - WHO
For other countries to look for, I recommend these global sources:
Stay safe and healthy everyone!

Map: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Cases in Cambodia

Google Doodles for International Women's Day 2015
Google Doodles for International Women's Day 2015
Do you know what is today? It is March 8, 2015, right? People around the world knows today exactly. It is a special day celebration for women worldwide!
International Women's Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future, according to
 This is my first post on the blog to celebrate this special day. So, I also have a special gift as Infographic image about Average Monthly Wages in Southeast Asia that illustrated by Asia Development Bank.

- Cambodia: $121 (Womem: $98, Men: $128)
- Lao PDR: $119 (Women: $107, Men: $126)
- Malaysia: $609 (Women: $595, Men: $617)
- Philippines: $206 (Women: $212, Men: $202)
- Singapore: $3,547 (Women: $2,921, Men: $3,972)
- Thailand: $357 (Women: $351, Men: $362)
- Viet Nam: $181 (Women: $169, Men: $189)

Find out more as the following Infograph:
Average Monthly Wages in Southeast Asia by ADB

I hope the gift will be more than special for all women today. Happy International Women's Day!

Happy International Women's Day 2015

Have you felt hot for few days during daytime and nighttime in our country, Cambodia?
Love the Earth by Saving Energy
Personally I do not notice it seriously because I have known about Global Warming not only Cambodia but in the world increasing presently; but last week when I drove out for doing my personal issue on break time, I noticed that it was so hot for me during the day and night times.

This is the reason reminds me on one-year-ago social event "Project Cooling Cambodia - Love the Earth by Saving Energy" I had joined which invited and organized by Mrs. Lay Sotheany with her friend named Ms. James who both of them had attended the Leadership Training Program in Japan of IATSS FORUM and brought back along with this fruitful project. At the event that was celebrated in Chaktomuk Primary School last year, I really enjoyed with her team, some volunteers from ANZ Royal bank, working together to explain the younger students on how to save energy and got them draw a nice green-environment house in group then competed each other to find the best photo; the winner group grained nice gifts (books, pens...).

What I learned from this social event?
I was so pleased to see the younger generations knowing this issue and brought back this information to tell their parents. 
What the project would recommend them to know and I got from as following:
1. Turn off the lights when you leave the room
2. Play outside instead of watching TV
3. Turn off water when you brush your teeth
4. Use the "U shape" light bulb
5. Don't leave the refrigerator door open
6. Open the windows for light & cool air
7. Tell mom & dad, Tell sister & brother, Tell friends
Group Photo
These are not only their issue or me or you but our all because you and I also are a member of a family, community, society, country and a globe.

For me, I have some idea similarly to the above tips but all I practice it everyday, and I think all what I would share here, you my beloved readers do it as well.
They are as the following:
1. Turn off the lights when leave the rooms (office, house, rest room etc.)
2. Take out chargers when finish charging the electronic devices (mobile phone, laptop ...)
3. Switch motorbike's engine off when the traffic light-stop ranges greater that 30s and less that 60s then start it at 10s
4. Tell family members (wife, kids, nephew, niece, friends ...) on Global Warming issue

It Saves You Money, Safe Your Security, Save Your Family's Expense, Save the Earth!!

The Global Warming issue is considering by over the world but it starts from you!!!

If you have any more personal idea, kindly share it for me too, and kindly share this if you love the GREEN like me as well.

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