HealthThe Waterpark Can Become a Vaccine Drive-Thru

The Waterpark Can Become a Vaccine Drive-Thru


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In supporting the recovery of Bali tourism, the best Bali-based waterpark in Asia decided to provide a place for a vaccination with the drive-thru concept.

This vaccination proposal was submitted by the CEO of Waterbom Bali, Sayan Gulino, and was welcomed by the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga.

“There was a suggestion from my friend, Pak Sayan, to use this vacant lot in the Waterbom area as a vaccine drive-thru, which will work with the vaccine provider. This is a very good initiative and a form of concrete innovation. The concept of vaccine drive-thru has previously been tested in Disneyland California and Florida, “said the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy on Thursday (25/2/2021).

It is planned that this drive-thru will be intended for tourists visiting Bali.

“So later tourists can come to Bali and can be directed to do vaccinations or what is called vaccine-based tourism (vaccine-based tourism),” said the Menparekraf.

Waterbom Bali, Indonesia, is one of the best water parks in Asia. It provides world-class slides, which are built according to strict international safety standards and are equipped with green spaces so that anyone who visits this tourist area will feel cool.

“Apart from being a beautiful place, we see that the facilities at Waterbom are quite extensive, making it easier for us to maneuver and mobility, and of course maintaining a safe distance with the standard procedures applied. In terms of amenities, Waterbom Bali has good cleanliness. It can be seen from the clean toilets and trash cans that are also less touchable because to open them, you only need to step on the lever located under the trash can. With these good facilities, we hope to provide comfort and safety for tourists, ” said the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy.

photo by Kemenparekraf



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