The Citizens' Health Protection In Brunei Darussalam (Expectations and Reality)

Anis Malik Thoha


This paper tries to analyze a set of policies of the state of Brunei Darussalam in the health protection sector of citizens and some of the empirical effects that arise in society as a result of the implementation (enforcement) of these policies. Using anthropological, phenomenological and direct observation methods, this study explores the constitutional philosophical basis of the nation and state in this country and its translation into operational technical policies, especially in ensuring the realization of the health protection of its citizens. From this study it was found that the government of the State of Brunei Darussalam has always been committed and loyal to Islam in managing the nation and state, so that in the health protection sector, citizens are not only able to achieve most of the WHO health targets and standards, but even more so when an attack occurs. In the storm of the COVID-19 pandemic, this country is classified as very few countries in the world that can survive and manage to control it.


Health Protection; COVID-19 Pandemic; Melayu Islam Beraja; State of Dzikr; Good Governance.

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