Cambodian PM tests positive for COVID after hosting summit

NUSA DUA, Indonesia (AP) — Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has tested positive for COVID at the Group of 20 meetings in Bali, just days after hosting many world leaders, including U.S. President Joe Biden, for a summit in Phnom Penh. In a posting on his Facebook page Tuesday, the Cambodian leader said that he had tested positive Monday night and that the test had been confirmed by an Indonesian physician. He said he was returning to Cambodia and was canceling his meetings at the G-20 as well as the following APEC economic forum in Bangkok. Cambodia was the host of the Association of Southeast Asian Nation summit that ended on Sunday.