We would like to inform the public that the COVID-19 situation is still not yet under control here in Brunei Darussalam. MoH has extended the duration of the current restrictive measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 for another month until October 3. In order to reduce the risk of transmission of infections, all public Masses and gatherings in the churches in the Vicariate are still suspended until further notice.
In order to reduce the risk of transmission of infections, we hereby informed everyone that all public Masses and gatherings in the churches in the Vicariate are still suspended until further notice.
In the meantime, we would like to remind people to stay home, pray and follow the COLA YouTube Channel: Apostolic Vicariate In Brunei Darussalam.
Livestream Mass will be hosted by the following parishes in the Vicariate’s YouTube Channel. Please subscribe to the Vicariate’s YouTube channel and click the bell notification button if you have not yet done so.
COLA – Saturday @ 6:30pm
COOL – Sunday @ 7:30am
SJC – Sunday @ 5:30pm
The QR Code for churches are not usable at this time due to Control Measures Order for Places of Worship.
The Ministry of Health would like to inform the public that, as per the provisions under Section 62A of the Infectious Diseases Act Chapter 204, commencing tomorrow, Saturday, 25 September 2021, at 6 pm, only individuals who have the BruHealth app on their mobile phones or individuals who share the BruHealth app with other known individuals such as their caregivers, employers, managers or friends are allowed out of their household. Anyone who fails to comply with this directive will be subject to legal action.
Meanwhile, the public is reminded to abide by all directives that have been issued to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The public are advised not to leave the house without an important purpose and if required to leave their house, they should not go to crowded areas and practice physical distancing. In addition to always practice personal safety measures such as wearing a face mask, frequently washing your hands and practice proper coughing and sneezing etiquette.
For further information and latest updates, please visit the official website of the Ministry of Health at http://www.moh.gov.bn or through the BruHealth App. Any inquiries on COVID-19 can also be directed to the Health Advice Line 148, Talian Darussalam 123, Brunei Red Crescent (BRC) Helpdesk Line or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the regional level (Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei), there will be an online Holy Hour for children on 1st October. This event will be led by Archbishop Simon Poh and streamed live from the Cathedral of St Joseph, Kuching at 7pm.