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 September 30th, 2017  |  09:20 AM  |   1549 views

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The Ministry of Health has stressed that the information on 'Dangerous Bumps To Look Out For' spread through the social media application Whatsapp is false and has never been issued by the Ministry of Health, even though there is a logo that links the poster to the ministry. The logo placed on the poster is not the official logo of the Ministry of Health.
 
The ministry advices the public not to easily believe and be deceived by information and news spread through the Internet or through other media without ensuring its validity. The public is also reminded to be more responsible and not to further spread any unfounded matters. The spreading of unfounded information, especially those that are false and made up by those solely with the intent to confuse is an offence and can be reported under the Public Order Act, Chapter 148, Section 34.

Any person who, whether orally or in writing or by any other means spreads false reports or makes false statements likely to cause public alarm or despondency shall be guilty of an offence and will face a fine of 3 thousand dollars and imprisonment of 3 years. For more information and feedback, go to the Ministry of Health's website www.moh.gov.bn or contact Talian Darussalam 123. 

 


 

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