The Community Development Department (JAPEM) at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports (MCYS) updated its standard operating procedures (SOPs) for entry into Pusat Bahagia and centres for the disabled.
In the department’s press release, in ensuring the safety of the public, measures for physical entry to the centres have been updated.
Individuals are required to undergo COVID-19 screening using the anitgen-rapid test (ART) kit at home and showing a negative result prior to entering the centres. The measure applies to all individuals looking to gain access to the premises including staff, students, trainees, parents and guardians.
Individuals must also abide by current and updated SOPs such as scanning the BruHealth QR code, practise social distancing and observing personal hygiene.
For enquiries, the public can contact Pusat Bahagia Brunei-Muara District at 8352315, Pusat Bahagia Tutong District at 4220264, Pusat Bahagia Temburong District at 5221643 and Pusat Bahagia Eric Goh, Kuala Belait at 3331827.