33 violators on Operasi Pulih eighth day

James Kon

Thirty-three violations were discovered in the eighth day of Operasi Pulih, an enhanced movement restriction aimed to stop the public from going out unnecessarily from 8pm to 4am with the exception of essential workers.

The update was highlighted by Minister of Health Dato Seri Setia Dr Haji Mohd Isham bin Haji Jaafar during the daily press conference yesterday.

The breakdown shows 23 violators for leaving home unnecessarily during movement restriction, five were without the BruHealth app and five for not using face masks.

According to the Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF), 23 violations were found in Brunei-Muara District and 10 in Belait District.

In total, 303 violations have been detected since the operation commenced on October 4.

The RBPF reiterated for the public to comply with the directives and instructions of the government of staying at home during Operasi Pulih, working together in helping the country to recover from the current COVID-19 outbreak.

The public can contact the National Coordination Centre for COVID-19 at 8176148, 8175148, 8166148 or 8155148 to report incidents.

RBPF personnel during Operasi Pulih. PHOTOS: RPPF
Violators under investigation.