Following the reinforcement of COVID-19 control measures, the Ministry of Home Affairs in a press release informed on the closure of several premises and all activities under the Bandarku Ceria Programme.
Food premises including restaurants, food stalls, cafe, food court are prohibited to serve dine-in service. They are only allowed to provide take-away or delivery services as of Saturday, 7th August until further notice.
Operations at markets, tamu and stalls under the control of District Offices and Municipal Departments are allowed to operate, by adhering to the current standard operating procedures or SOP’s.
However, the weekly Pasarneka & Tamu Tutong Complex held every Thursday and Sunday will be closed starting Thursday, 12th of August.
Health and Beauty Establishments such as gymnasium, beauty salon, hairdressing, spa and massage services are closed as of Saturday, 7th August.
Meanwhile all activities under the Bandarku Ceria Programme including sales activities are postponed since Sunday, 8th August.
All cinemas in the country will not allowed to be operational starting Saturday, 7th of August.
Meanwhile, public entertainment activities under the Ministry of Home Affairs including sales exhibitions, bazaars or expos are not allowed, commencing Saturday 7th August 2021 until further notice. The Ministry of Home Affairs reminded business owners, entrepreneurs and stall operators including visitors at food premises, markets, tamu or stalls to provide cooperation by adhering to the instructions and advice including guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures set by the government from time to time. Legal action will be taken against those who do not comply with the Infectious Diseases Act, Chapter 204.
Source: Radio Television Brunei