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Jakarta Post

OYO Indonesia to expand Sanitized Stay program to 50%

  • Yunindita Prasidya


Jakarta   /   Wed, October 21 2020   /  01:00 am
An OYO hotel room in Jakarta. OYO Hotels and Homes Indonesia has prepared one of its hotels to accommodate medical personnels fighting COVID-19 pandemic. (OYO Hotels and Homes Indonesia/-)

Budget accommodation operator OYO Indonesia plans to sign on at least half of its partner hotels to its Sanitized Stay program by the yearend. The effort aims to ensure compliance with the COVID-19 health protocols and to help boost occupancy rates amid the pandemic’s impact on tourism. At least 860 of OYO’s 3,000 partner hotels, or 28.7 percent, had implemented the Sanitized Stay program, according to OYO Indonesia country head Agus Hartono Wijaya. “In terms of the target, half of our total property partners should get on board the Sanitized Stay program, at least by the end of the year,” Agus said on Monday at a virtual briefing for selected media. The program was launched in June and certifies that the OYO partner hotel adheres to the government’s health and safety protocols to avoid virus transmission. Partner hotels ...