Government extended ongoing COVID-19 restrictions to 14 November


  • On 27 October 2021, Brunei extended ongoing restrictions as part of the national COVID-19 recovery framework’s preparation phase through 14 November 2021.
  • The public is required to be at their residences between the hours of 8pm to 4am, with the exception of essential workers and emergencies.
  • Besides the closure of religious places, schools have switched to online learning. No dine-in is allowed for restaurants, and indoor and outdoor sports facilities, leisure centres and cinemas are closed. Most of the mass gatherings is banned, and all non-essential sector workers are required to work-from-home and all residents are barred from leaving their houses without any important reason.
  • Starting from 15 October 2021, fully vaccinated travellers entering Brunei will undergo a shorter isolation period of one to seven days from 14 days.
  • Royal Brunei Airlines has suspended most of its routes until 26 March 2022, with limited scheduled service continuing to Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, London, Manila, Melbourne, and Singapore only.