Tamu Mingguan (Weekly Market) under the Kuala Belait and Seria Municipal Department and Tutong Municipal Department will be allowed to operate at 50 per cent capacity from July 9 as part of the third phase of the de-escalation plan.
Vendors are reminded to scan their BruHealth QR code and ensure that they along with their assistants wear face masks.
Those who are not feeling well are advised not to set up their stalls. Vendors must practise physical distancing set by the government besides time schedule and cleanliness. They must also fill in the attendance book.
Any individual found violating orders will be charged under the Infectious Diseases Act (Section 204) which carries a fine of up to BND10,000 or imprisonment of up to six months or both.
Customers are required to scan their BruHealth QR code upon entry and exit.
Only green and yellow codes are allowed to enter the Tamu Mingguan.