Currently, several positive cases have not been transferred to the National Isolation Centre. The Minister of Health explained that these cases will be moved immediately for further treatment.
The Ministry of Health in support of the relevant agencies is working to transfer these cases immediately for further treatment and monitoring. For those who are still experiencing signs of infection, they can take medication to relieve the symptoms in addition to drinking enough water and eating a healthy and balanced diet. However, they are not allowed to leave the house to get medication and must be isolated from other family members. In the meantime, if the signs of infection get worse or they experience shortness of breath, they should immediately call the ambulance at 991. Yang Berhormat added, following the launch of Digital Quarantine Order through the BruHealth app on 13th of August 2021, the application has been digitally updated. Those who received notification via BruHealth app or short message service, SMS are those found to have contact with positive cases or any individual detected by BruHealth App at 10 metres distance for 30 minutes or more with positive case. Individuals that received Digital Quarantine Order through the BruHealth app are subject to 14 days of quarantine, while only those who received notification for swab test are required to conduct the test.
Any question on Digital Quarantine Order can be forwarded to COVID-19 Operation Centre, Brunei Red Crescent Association at 826 0380 or Talian Darussalam 123.
Source: Radio Television Brunei