The Regent of Badung, I Nyoman Giri Prasta, said that he would install a GeNose C-19 health detector at tourist attractions.
Acting Head of Badung Tourism Office Cokorda Raka Darmawan explained, according to the direction of the Badung Regent, I Nyoman Giri Prasta, he would install GeNose C-19 in six objects namely Uluwatu Temple, Pandawa Beach, Labuan Sait Beach, Taman Ayun Temple, Sangeh Forest, and Nung-Nung Waterfall.
However, the number of GeNose units installed in each tourist attraction cannot be ascertained.
According to him, the installation of the GeNose tool in these tourist attractions will help to detect the conditions of tourists who would visit them. He also hopes that this idea can be followed by other tourist objects.
“This tool is an early detection tool that is relatively fast and easy to use and the cost is also cheap, so it is very good to monitor it,” explained Cok Darmawan.
Furthermore, future use of this tool will require maintenance, which of course requires a fee. However, it has not been determined whether the tourist objects would charge additional fees in addition to the entrance ticket fee to tourists. So that this also still needs to be discussed.