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Asia > Brunei: Covid-19 and Travel

     
Brunei

Present Situation


Total cases: 5 385

Active cases: 1 679

Recovered: 3 677

Deaths: 29

Vaccination count: 247 487

Current trend: Growing

Data updated on 2021-09-22

Cumulative coronavirus cases

Summary of the situation

Are the borders open to travellers? Banned
Is a test required to enter the country?
Covid19 test required for all countries.
Are quarantine measures imposed? Oui
Is the country in lockdown? Partiellement
Is wearing a mask mandatory?
Masks are required in public spaces

Provisions for travellers


Entry to the territory: Banned
Citizens and Permanent Residents of Brunei are required to present a valid and approved Arrival Declaration Form (ADF) upon arrival. RB advises to refer to Prime Minister’s Office for the latest entry guidelines.

-Foreign Nationals

Effective 15 September 2020, foreign nationals may be allowed entry into Brunei for essential business travel and other considerations on a case-to-case basis. All visitors arriving into Brunei (with appropriate approvals and documentation from the Brunei government), will be required to undergo a minimum of 2 to 14 days self-isolation period immediately at appointed monitoring centres in accordance with the Infectious Diseases Act (204). Any foreign nationals who receive permission to travel into Brunei will also be required to present:

-Valid Entry Travel Pass
-A negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT PCR) test result from a designated medical center that is recognized by the government of the country of departure; undertaken within 72 hours prior to the departure time of travel to Brunei. Official document must clearly state “RT PCR” in order to be authenticated. (This document can be presented as either hard copy or e-copy, for example on a mobile phone.)
-Proof of valid hotel booking for at least 6 days starting on the day of arrival.
-Proof of a valid air ticket
-Proof of a valid visa (for visa-required passport holders)
-Proof of payment for post-arrival COVID-19 PCR test, if applicable.
-Proof of installation of BruHealth app on mobile device
-Guests who fail to present all required documents will be denied boarding.

Full entry guidelines can be found https://bit.ly/35KCb7D

Tests: Covid19 test required for all countries.

Quarantine: Yes
Quarantine for 14 days required for all countries.

Information updated on 2021-09-22.

Action taken in the country


Lockdown: No
The Zambian government have put restrictive measures in place, which were last updated on 14 August:

The wearing of a mask is mandatory in all public places

Schools, colleges, universities reopen on 23 August subject to meeting COVID health requirements.

Places of worship are restricted to conducting a maximum of two services/meetings per week, allowing a maximum of one hour per service

Casinos and night clubs to remain closed

Restaurants, food outlets, bars and taverns continue to operate only on a take-away basis

A maximum of 50 people allowed to attend a funeral

Social gatherings such as weddings, kitchen parties, Chilangamulilo, Matebeto, will only be allowed for a maximum of 50 people subject to certification by authorised officers, and may be supervised

All conferences, workshops and general meetings are suspended until further notice

All public transport users must wear a mask and adhere to physical distancing regulations, either when traveling or at public stations

All markets must ensure adherence to public health guidance

Mask use
Masks are required in public spaces

Gatherings: Partially Allowed
Events of more than 1000 people banned.

Restaurants and bars: Open with restrictions

Shops: Open

Tourist attractions: Open









     

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