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Aryaduta Launched ‘Comfort in Self-Isolation’ Program

written by Admin March 30, 2020
Aryaduta Launched ‘Comfort in Self-Isolation’ Program

Aryaduta always put the safety and wellbeing of guests and employees on the top priority. In light of the current Covid-19 situation in Indonesia, as a leisure facility, Aryaduta continue to heed government regulations and their advice on operational activities and health procedures required in this unprecedented time. They urge everyone to stay at home and practice physical distancing to prevent further rise in infections.

Aryaduta realize that some guests continue coming to our hotels, without declaring their intention to self-isolate. This poses unnecessary risk to other guests, and staff. That is why, they have implemented recommended precautionary operational measures to protect the health and safety of guests and employees.

For the guests who wish to self-isolate, Aryaduta will provide the ‘Comfort in Self-Isolation’ program. Guests who wish to self-isolate in Aryaduta hotels can do so by booking the program and all guests must declare their intentions. The program includes accommodation and includes three meals per day.

“Our staff are well-trained to follow strict protocols regarding physical distancing and hygiene. Implementation of these protocols have been advised by Siloam Hospital Group to minimize risk of exposure,” Greg Allan, President of Aryaduta Hotel Group said.

“For example, staff will not enter rooms for self-isolation and will not have direct contact with guests. Meals will be delivered in front of the room, to ensure no direct contact between employees and guests. We have also implemented enhanced cleaning and hygiene practices at all corners of our hotels. All common areas are frequently and thoroughly cleaned and disinfected to the most stringent standards,” he added.

This program is not for those who have been tested positive, with symptoms, or who have been tested and are waiting for the result.

“To be clear, the program is only offered to healthy people who are looking for a place to isolate themselves within the 14-day period to ensure that they are not infected. For example, if someone came into contact with a person who is Covid-19 positive but is not sick; or if someone has tested negative but is still within the 14-day virus incubation period,” Greg stated.

The ‘Comfort in Self-Isolation’ program are now on offer at Rp850.000/day inclusive of threemeals per day.

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