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FOUR new import case COVID-19 reported today, 20 July 2021




09 Zulhijjah 1442 / 20 July 2021


1.    The Ministry of Health would like to inform the public on the current situation of the COVID-19 infection in Brunei Darussalam for Tuesday, 09 Zulhijjah 1442 / 20 July 2021, as of 12.00 noon.

Summary of Cases ​ ​ ​ ​
New Case TodayTotal Number of Cases ​ ​
309 ​ ​ ​
Recovered Case TodayActive CasesDeathsRecovered

Last local COVID-19 cases Total number of imported cases since the last local case was reported

Reported on 6 May 2020

(440 days ago)

168 Cases

Summary of Individuals Undergoing Self-Isolation
Total number of individuals undergoing Mandatory Self IsolationTotal number of individuals who have completed Mandatory Self Isolation (since March 2020)

Summary of Number of Virus SARS-CoV-2 tests
Total number of tests conducted within 24 hoursTotal number of tests conducted (since Januari 2020)
269 sampel148,578

COVID-19 Vaccination Status ​ ​ ​ ​
Total number of vaccines administered on 19 July 2021 ​ ​ ​ ​
3,681 ​ ​ ​ ​
Total population administered with at least 1 dose of vaccine

Total population administered with

2 doses of vaccine

Total senior citizens administered with at least 1 dose of vaccine
113,703 (25.1%)20,802 (4.6%)

2.   Cases 306 to 308 that are reported today arrived in Brunei Darussalam from Singapore via sea on 9 July 2021 and the contact tracing conducted has identified 15 close contacts for all these cases:


  1. Case 306 is a 43-year-old Indonesian man. He had a fever, cough and flu since 11 July 2021;

  2. Case 307 is a 47-year-old Filipino man. He experienced a headache since 15 July 2021;

  3. Case 308 is a 35-year-old Filipino man. He had a fever, cough, flu and diarrhea since 18 July 2021.


  4. Case 309 is a 42-year-old Filipino woman who arrived in Brunei Darussalam from Manila on 7 July 2021. She does not have any signs of infection. The contact tracing conducted has found that there is no close contact for this case.


3.   All of the new cases were detected when they were undergoing quarantine and all their travel arrangements upon arrival and their quarantine follows the existing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).


4.   All the cases treated at the National Isolation Centre are in a stable condition.


5.   For further information and latest updates, members of the public can visit the official website of the Ministry of Health at or by contacting the Health Advice Line 148 or through the BruHealth App.



Reference: KK/PR/1

Date : 09 Zulhijjah 1442 / 20 July 2021