Karma Group continues to prove itself a leading innovator in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. The health and safety of its staff, guests, and the local community remain of utmost importance to the luxury resort company, with Karma Group one of the first companies on the island of Bali to vaccinate staff and local communities.
Now, following the news that Bali has reopened to international guests from February 4, Karma Group was launching its Bali Vaccine Booster Campaign. In an effort to further protect its staff and surrounding community, the company distributed more than 2200 doses of BioNTech-Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to its Bali staff, families, villa owners, members and the local community from February 7 to 9.
It’s a campaign that will not only benefit the Karma family, but international guests eager to visit the Island of the Gods. “It’s all a part of our on-going efforts to keep our Karma family and the wider community safe,” explained Karma Group in a statement, “and it also means our properties will be quarantine-certified, ready for sun-seeking visitors to arrive mid-February.” This means that international visitors will be able to enjoy their 5 days of essential quarantine from the comfort of one of Karma Group’s Bali resorts, which are equipped with luxury pool villas, award-winning fine dining options and even a privately accessed beach.