Brunei announces guidelines for Chinese New Year celebrations amid Covid-19

  • Brunei
  • Tuesday, 02 Feb 2021

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Feb 2 (Xinhua): The Brunei government has issued several guidelines as precautionary measures against Covid-19 during the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations.

According to Brunei's Ministry of Health, the Chinese New Year can be celebrated in the country with family members only by holding private events. Those with large families are permitted to have private events at banquet halls in hotels or restaurants, provided that Mass Gathering guidelines are adhered to, including the provision of hand sanitizers and conducting temperature checks at the premises. If the number of family members is huge, the celebrations' attendance should be limited to a maximum of 350 people.

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