DestinationsThe Indonesia Care campaign was launched by Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy to ensure that the country's cleanliness and hygiene protocols are in line with global standards.

Indonesia rolls out Covid-19 health protocol across country

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Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Wishnutama Kusubandio urges public and private sectors to join in the initiative.
Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Wishnutama Kusubandio urges public and private sectors to join in the initiative.

The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy has launched Indonesia Care, a national campaign to implement health protocols as well as verification across the hotel, restaurant and cinema sectors.

Speaking at the launch of The Guidelines for Cleanliness, Health, Safety and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) at Plaza Senayan, Jakarta, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Wishnutama Kusubandio said the Indonesia Care or I Do Care campaign aims to show the world Indonesia's commitment to maintain cleanliness, hygiene, and services without direct contact for the safety of others.

Urging all related parties in the public and business sectors to take part in the campaign, Wishnutama added that it is important and strategic for entrepreneurs, consumers and communities to implement the protocol properly.

At the campaign launch, Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy Deputy of Marketing Nia Niscaya explained that the published Guidelines on the Implementation of CHSE are in adherence to global standards as businesses in the tourism and creative economy sector restart operations again after the Covid-19 pandemic.

Further information about Indonesia Care and Implementation of Guidelines for CHSE can be viewed at indonesia.travel/indonesiacare website.

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