Sanur is designated as a green zone prepared to be fully opened for tourists visiting the Island of the Gods. Apart from Sanur, the Ubud and Nusa Dua areas are also prepared to be green zones. In other words, they are safe tourist destinations from the Covid-19 pandemic for domestic and foreign tourists. On that account, the hotels located in the tourist area are intensively vaccinating their employees in an effort to support Sanur as a green zone.
This effort is also carried out by Griya Santrian, a Beach Resort and Spa. The hotel, located at Jalan Danau Tamblingan No.47, Sanur, South Denpasar, Denpasar City, has vaccinated its employees. Moreover, the Covid-19 vaccination process for employees has been carried out since Tuesday (Mar 16). “Vaccination is started for 7 employees. Later on, a total of 210 employees will receive this vaccine in stages,” said General Manager IB Sidharta Putra on the sidelines of vaccination activities, recently.
The vaccination program for hotel employees is very important because tourists want to have a vacation in Bali with a sense of security. “Hopefully, this vaccination can maintain the trust of tourists visiting Bali. We do hope this measure will initiate hope and spread a new spirit that Bali is Back and Bali, especially Sanur, becomes a tourism icon,” hoped Gusde, who is also Chairman of the Indonesia Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) of Denpasar City Chapter.
A total of 2 million Balinese people are targeted to have received the Covid-19 vaccine in July in the context of restoring the tourism sector and the creative economy. This is in line with the government’s plan to reopen international flights in mid-2021. This vaccination program also supports various preparations having been carried out previously, namely by receiving the Cleanliness, Healthy, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) certification.
“I Do Care for Griya Santrian Hotel because it is an important first measure to restore the trust of tourists because it ensures that the products and services provided by the hotel have complied with health protocols,” he explained. (BTN/015)