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94.1 per cent of the population (404,834 individuals) in Brunei have received at least one dose of the vaccine under the National Covid-19 Vaccination Programme, while 87 per cent or 374,087 individuals have completed their vaccination schedule.
One hundred and thirty-eight stranded Indian nationals, including six infants were repatriated to India on a Royal Brunei Airlines flight chartered by the High Commission of India in Brunei Darussalam on Saturday (Dec 11)
Civil servants who have not completed the Covid-19 vaccination schedule and are currently working in the office, are required to undergo testing using antigen rapid testing (ART) every two days, as instructed by the Covid-19 Steering Committee.
The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the structure of education systems across the globe, said Chargé d’Affaires at the Embassy of Brunei in Egypt Pengiran Ahmad Munir.
Adolescents, who have been administered two doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, are considered fully vaccinated and are allowed to visit business premises, said Brunei Minister of Health Dato Seri Setia Dr Haji Mohd Isham Jaafar.
Covid-19 pandemic not over in Brunei, says home affairs minister as country confirms another 39 new cases
Brunei, although in the Transition Phase, is still dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak. The Sultanate and its people should stay alert and work together by following guidelines to curb the spread of the coronavirus, says a senior minister.
Brunei's Minister of Religious Affairs says online meetings show the importance of knowledge, mastery of technology and infocommunications
Brunei Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office and Minister of Finance and Economy II Dato Seri Setia Dr Awang Mohd Amin Liew outlined three key strategic areas to build an Asean-South Korea (ROK) start-up economic community as a driving force in the global economy.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/Asia News Network): Minister of Health Dato Seri Setia Dr Mohd Isham Jaafar called on the public to step forward to be part of a collaborative research study to determine participants’ anti-body response towards vaccination.