Creating Travel Experience by Vaccinating Bali Staff, Families and Local Communities

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Karma Group Goes The Extra Miles in Creating Travel Experience by Vaccinating Bali Staff, Families and Local Communities 

The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on this island, decimating important sectors of our economy, most notably hotels and other segments of the hospitality industry.

Most of the world has been anxiously waiting for the “silver bullet” of an effective COVID-19 anti-virus vaccine to save lives, reopen the business, save severely damaged hotels and restore public confidence.

However, entering Q2, we’re seeing travel start to rebound in Bali. As a result of the slow rise in travel demand, hotel employees need to be prioritised during the vaccine rollout to help both employees and guests safe when the situation becomes safe to travel. 

The award-winning international travel and lifestyle brand, Karma Group is proud to be one of the very first Hotel Group in Bali to ensure that all of our staff have been vaccinated. 

The health, safety and wellbeing of our guests are the utmost priority for us at Karma Group, and we have been laser-focused in developing protocols that allow our guests to visit our award-winning Bali resorts and Indonesia properties with complete peace of mind.

Taking place in Karma Jimbaran, with the caring hands of 60 doctors and nurses, we have vaccinated 1200 our staff and their families, as well as 600 local residents to ensure that the entire community around our resorts are properly vaccinated against COVID-19.

We very much look forward to welcoming our owners, members and guests to our Bali resorts once again for what we expect to be a truly special destination experience for everyone!

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