Operasi Merati’

3 out of 120 business premises inspected were found not complying with the directives issued by the Ministry of Health and government agencies were issued compound fines in 'Operasi Merati' conducted nationwide by the Health Enforcement Unite, Ministry of Health. The overall compound fines during the operations held on the 26th October until the 1st of November were amounting to one thousand dollars.

Among the offences found were food handlers and operators as well as staff at hairdressing premises and beauty and health establishments not wearing face masks and not carrying out body temperature checks. The Ministry of Health in its press release reminds the public especially business premises managers and staff are once again reminded to adhere to the directives issued by the Ministry of Health and other government agencies. This in particular includes ensuring every food handler and supervisor as well as staff are wearing face masks. They should also carry out social responsibility and enculture measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at the respective business premises.

For the latest information, visit the Ministry of Health's website at 'www.moh.gov.bn' or Facebook and Instagram. Meanwhile, for any complaints or reports on non-compliant business premises can be made by e-mailing to 'health.enforcement@moh.gov.bn' or contacting Talian Darussalam 123.

Source: Radio Television Brunei

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