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Care packages for migrant workers

Borneo Bulletin, Brunei Darussalam, 12 November 2021 - The Embassy of Indonesia in Brunei Darussalam distributed packages of food, vitamins, sugar, milk and medicine to Indonesian workers who have recovered from COVID-19, as part of the activities to commemorate Indonesia’s Heroes’ Day on November 10and to raise awareness on Indonesian Migrant Workers (PMI) in the Sultanate.

Charge d’Affaires ad interim (CDA) at the Indonesian Embassy Irwan Iding handed over the distributions to representatives of Indonesian Migrant Workers at the embassy’s premises on Wednesday.

Irwan Iding expressed gratitude to the recovered Indonesian patients so they could return to their activities and work. It is hoped that they will maintain their health and follow health protocols outlined by the Government of Brunei Darussalam.

Based on data from the Ministry of Health (MoH) Brunei Darussalam, 515 Indonesian citizens in Brunei Darussalam contracted COVID-19 from August 9 to November 10. Four hundred and five have recovered while five have passed away.



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