Accor Partners Up for The Medical Personnels' Temporary Housings

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Cita Arsita Farani

As the global pandemic of Covid-19 continues, the need rises for the medical personnels' temporary housings. These frontliners are at risk not just for themselves, but also for their families. In addition, they face discrimination from the local residents who fear they might spread the virus. That's why Accor is collaborating with Habitat for Humanity Indonesia and BNP Paribas Indonesia, opening up their hotels for the program.

Currently ibis Budget Jakarta Daan Mogot and ibis Budget Jakarta Cikini are open for the medical forces with increased hygiene protocols including body temperature check, hand sanitizer provisions, and thorough use of disinfectants before and after check out. The food and drinks provided are carefully prepared with high nutritions. Transportations are also provided heeding the physical distancing standard. More Accor hotels outside Jakarta will follow suit in this program. Accor plans to continue their support for as long as the pandemic is still a threat.

To ensure the comfort of their loyal guests, Accor also partners up with AXA for a unique medical support. Accor guests will gain free access to medical teleconsultations, connected to tens of thousands of certified medical professionals. This means guests can get the most relevant reference at any Accor hotels throughout the world.

For more information, visit accor.com