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Online learning for Brunei students from March 30

Online learning for Brunei students from March 30


Online learning for Brunei students from March 30

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): The Ministry of Education (MoE) announced on Wednesday (March 25) that online teaching-learning for primary and secondary schools, sixth-form centres, vocational institutions and the Institute of Brunei Technical Education under the MoE; schools under the Ministry of Religious Affairs; and private schools will begin on March 30.

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Transport vehicles permitted to transfer goods from March 27 to 29 - ministerUPDATED 7.10PM | CORONAVIRUS | Ports are also allowed to transfer non-essential goods to temporary warehouses to clear space.

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