Forget the Avengers! Here come the Trans-Vengers to fight Covid-19
Employees of The Trans Resort Bali Transformed Into “Trans-Vengers” To Fight Covid-19 - One of the “Trans-vengers” is in action to fight covid-19 at the lobby area
Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia - 11 May 2020 - While the medical staff becomes the front liner to fight coronavirus, the employees at The Trans Resort Bali have transformed themselves becoming the “Trans-vengers” to fight the virus by taking all the precautions against the spread of the virus in all areas of the hotels. Taken from the famous American superhero movie “The Avengers”, a team of superheroes who protect the earth from destructions, the staff at The Trans Resort Bali called themselves as “Trans-vengers”, a motivated name that gives great spirit to the employees to keep extending their great service while taking the serious precautionary measures against the COVID-19 in hotel area to protect their colleagues and the guests.
Trans-vengers know the importance of the safety and health of everyone entering the hotel premises, both for the guests and the staff. Therefore, coming to the hotel is no longer the same as every person visiting the hotel now must follow the hygiene standards and procedures that have been determined by the World Health Organisation and the Indonesian government. The procedures include a body-temperature check and ensure everyone is free from all the symptoms of the coronavirus such as not having a fever above 37.5 degrees Celsius, dry cough, and shortness of breath. If in any circumstances, the trans-vengers find one of these symptoms, together with the emergency response team of The Trans Resort Bali will assist the person according to the official health and safety protocols. Besides, to declare the war with the coronavirus, the resort also provides hand sanitizer spread around the hotel area with a total of 37 spots.
Underlining the seriousness of the approach to fighting COVID-19 at The Trans Resort Bali is the disinfecting of all public areas of the Hotel on an hourly basis together with cleaning of "back of house" areas that include offices, storage rooms, loading docks, and all food preparation areas. Besides, daily inspections by the management are carried out to ensure that hygiene and sanitation protocols and standards are consistently adhered to and implemented by all the trans-vengers.
Adopting the Indonesian tradition of "gotong royong" or mutual cooperation, all employees are teaming up to ensure all areas of the 3.2-hectare property are kept immaculately clean, including in cleaning and disinfecting the white sandy beach pool area, gym, and all the garden areas surrounding the Resort.
Although the procedure for staying at The Trans Resort Bali now is slightly different because of the added precautionary measures against the COVID-19, the entire team ensures that the services provided to guests will remain the same. The Trans Resort Bali remains in operation and offering a safe and luxurious escape for those seeking a few days of relaxation from the boring “stay-at-home” regime.
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