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The Ministry of Health (MoH) has denied viral claims of a fundraising to acquire a hearse for Pengiran Muda Mahkota Pengiran Muda Haji Al-Muhtadee Billah Hospital in Tutong District.
Since the implementation of the National Covid-19 Vaccination Programme on April 3, the number of people being inoculated in Brunei Darussalam has reached 15,905.
MANILA (Bloomberg): The Philippines’ Foreign Affairs Department on Monday (May 3) said it protested China’s "shadowing, blocking, dangerous manoeuvre and radio challenges” on its Coast Guard that patrolled and trained last month in Scarborough Shoal -- an area the Southeast Asian nation says is within its territory.
Covid-19 vaccines help prevent severe symptoms, says Brunei minister as country confirms two new imported cases
To date, some 8,400 frontliners have been vaccinated in Brunei, while the resumption in the use of AstraZeneca is hoped to facilitate the first phase of the National Vaccination Programme.
MANILA (Reuters) - The daughter of Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte says there's no chance she'll run for the presidency next year. Her father says the presidency is no job for a woman.
Long walks, no crowds and maybe a church or two: Despite missing out on museums and brasseries, the few foreign tourists in Paris are discovering sides of a city they could hardly have imagined before the Covid-19 crisis hit one of the world’s most popular destinations.
Defence Secretary Lloyd Austinis discussing with his Philippine counterpart China’s recent positioning of "militia vessels” near the Philippines in the South China Sea.
Tensions are escalating over China’s move to mass militia vessels in disputed areas of the South China Sea, with the US and Philippines expressing renewed concern and an investigation underway into reports that armed Chinese navy ships chased down a civilian craft carrying a Filipino news crew.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Xinhua) Brunei's national tally of Covid-19 cases has increased to 210 with three new cases reported on Tuesday (March 30).
MANILA, Feb 28 (AP): The Philippines received its first batch of Covid-19 vaccine Sunday, among the last in South-East Asia to secure the critical doses despite having the second-highest number of coronavirus infections and deaths in the hard-hit region.