UBUD – SereS Springs Resorts & Spa Singakerta, Ubud recently distributed more than 165 basic food packages to employees affected by the Covid-19 epidemic.
This activity was held to help reduce the burden of the impact of the Covid-19 virus outbreak on changes in work activities and a decrease in the economic income of the community in general.
“The distribution of basic necessities is expected to alleviate the needs of hotel employees affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in our neighborhood, because by caring and sharing, we can together get through difficult times like this,” said I Nyoman Prabawa, General Manager.
“After we received the grant from the government, we would like to express our deepest gratitude and gratitude. We can extend our breath for 2 months and with this grant, we share it with employees who have been sent home to distribute this rice, “said Prabawa.
The distribution of groceries is carried out while adhering to health protocols such as taking basic food assistance using the drive thru system, wearing masks, maintaining a safe distance, and washing hands. The delivery of this assistance is a manifestation of SereS Springs Management’s concern to associates in the hotel environment and is expected to be of benefit to employees and their families.***