Seems pretty clear to me that it refers to all foreigners who have travelled from the mentioned countries, but then again you're a lawyer, so you may interpret things totally different to me...
The Cambodian Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on March 14 a 30-day suspension of entry into Cambodia on "foreigners traveling from" the United States, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. The suspension will go into effect on Tuesday March 17.
I actually agree with what your saying, your first sentence sums it up "Cambodians do what is easiest."gavinmac wrote: ↑Sat Mar 14, 2020 11:36 pmCambodians do what is easiest.
Waving away anyone woth a passport from these countries is easiest and simplest. Figuring out where someone has been in the last 14 days or 30 days is harder.
And the decree doesn't use the phrases "in the last 14 days" or "in the last 30 days" which it would logically use if this were a ban on travel history. So if it's a ban on travel history, then it would be totally up to the immigration officer to decide if someone who was in the USA 5 days ago or 15 days ago or 40 days ago is banned. And that makes no sense.
This likes like a ban on passport holders. Hence the accompanying notice of "We're banning visas to anyone from the USA." That likely means US passport holders.
So if you have a US or French passport and you live in Cambodia and leave for the weekend, you don't get back in. That's what I think it means.
If you're a Dutchman who lives in the USA and flies LAX-TPE-PNH, you get in.