Yatra said a ‘Clean Pass’ for hotels includes safety measures such as sanitization of room and common areas, wearing of masks and gloves by staff, having the Aarogya Setu app, regular temperature checks, room sanitization in front of the guests during check-ins besides others.
The company said for cabs and bus service providers, the ‘Clean Pass’ ensures drivers wear masks and have the Aarogya Setu app, daily monitoring of driver’s temperature checks, vehicles being sanitized after every trip, sanitizers placed in the vehicles, drivers to maintain zero physical contact with the passengers, and seating arrangements made keeping social distancing in mind.
Dhruv Shringi, co-founder and CEO, Yatra.com, said: “As the world battles with the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that safety during travel is the most important concern for any individual and for the industry to bounce back, gaining customer confidence will be pivotal. Whenever the customer will see ‘Clean Pass’ badge on our website, they will be assured that the highest safety and sanitization measures are in place and can proceed with the booking without any worries.”
Yatra said there are about 11,120 hotels until now that have been registered with ‘Clean Pass’, including hotels such as ITC Fortune Hotels, Royal Orchid Hotels, Radisson Goa, Ramada Plaza Chennai, amongst others. The company has introduced the below mentioned set of checks under its ‘Clean Pass’ initiative.