ARTOTEL Group is again making a new breakthrough during this pandemic by partnering with Halodoc to raise awareness in preventing the transmission of COVID-19 to guests and employees in its hotel network spread across Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Semarang, Bali and Medan.
According to Eduard Rudolf Pangkerego, COO of ARTOTEL Group during online press conference, said ARTOTEL Group took the initiative to collaborate with a digital platform engaged in the health sector, Halodoc as a partner in providing guidance on health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in every property managed by the ARTOTEL Group.
“The initiatives for this program consist of: ARTOTEL Group hotel employees provided with counseling regarding the COVID-19 protocol according to the direction of the Ministry of Health and regular health tips by the Halodoc team through webinar sessions, as well as the supply of the latest information on COVID-19. Meanwhile, hotel guests who require a doctor’s consultation will be given a consultation voucher on the Halodoc app for IDR25,000. This coupon can also be used in the Halodoc online consultation booths in each ARTOTEL Group property,” he said.
He added, education to carry out health protocols for guests in public areas and hotel rooms through several creative design materials such as posters, stickers, and a variety of new mediums. This collaboration will last for 6 months starting from September 2020.
Eduard Rudolf Pangkerego explained the importance of raising public awareness, especially stakeholders from our hotel chain regarding the dangers of COVID-19 and how to prevent it, made us look for health consultation partners who can be reached from every hotel without any distance and time constraints.
“Halodoc as an application for health service access providers is the right partner for us because with the technology they live with, the concept of health protocols can be well implemented in our hotels where guests can get online health consultations in their rooms or at the Halodoc booth which is already available at every hotel,” he noted.
By providing this health service, continued Edo, we can provide a sense of security and comfort to our guests while staying at the hotels we manage.
Meanwhile Dionisius Nathaniel, Chief Marketing Officer of Halodoc, said that with the current development of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia, cross-sector collaboration is very important to do to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
“Various initiatives with various approaches must be carried out, one of which is through interesting new creative education tools, with the aim of reminding the public of the importance of implementing the 3M Protocol (Wearing Masks, Washing Hands, Maintaining Distance) which is promoted by the government. The collaboration with the ARTOTEL Group is also in line with Halodoc’s mission to simplify access to health services for the public, especially ARTOTEL Group guests,” Dionisius Nathaniel concluded. [traveltext.id]