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14 November 2019

MOH Held a Muzakarah Session with Members of Legislative Council (LegCo)

THE Muzakarah session was held at Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha Hospital

04 November 2019

MoH Holds Religious Ceremony To Mark Maulidur Rasul

MoH holds Dikir Maulud at Masjid Pengiran Muda Abdul Mateen, Kampong Mulaut.

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31 October 2019

PHARMANIAGA Brand Ranitidine Tablet Recall in Malaysia and The Current Status in Brunei Darussalam

The Pharmaniaga brand of Ranitidine is NOT used by the Ministry of Health, Brunei. It has also been verified that the product is no longer available for use in the Brunei Darussalam market.

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30 October 2019

HEALTH and Cosmetic Products Found Adulterated

Two types of health product and two types of cosmetic product are found to be adulterated with undeclared, potent western medicine.

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28 October 2019

JOINT External Evaluation (JEE) of The WHO IHR Core Capacities For Brunei Darussalam

The Ministry of Health Brunei Darussalam is hosting the Joint External Evaluation (JEE) of International Health Regulations (IHR) Core Capacities, starting on October 28th until November 1st, 2019, at the Rizqun International Hotel, Bandar Seri Begawan.

26 October 2019

4 Food Products Recalled

The affected products are ST Café – Hari-Hari Mau Coffee, Oasis Brazilian Pronto Kopi Campuran (3 in 1), Kopi 29 Plus Energy Through Nature and Natural Herbs Coffee H Extra Power 100% Natural.

20 October 2019

Health Mukim Programme in Mukim Serasa

The programme was held at the Muara Health Centre

16 October 2019

COSMETIC Product Found Adulterated

The affected product is RYX SKINCERITY – REJUVENATING SERUM adulterated with Tretinoin.

15 October 2019

ONE Food Product Found Adulterated

The affected product is Matcha Premium (40 tablets).

14 October 2019

MOH Records 117 Smoking Offences under The Tobacco Order 2005

These offences are from July to September 2019.

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