Safe zone in Setia Alam for fully vaccinated patrons

D’Network @ Setia Eco Park welcomes its fully vaccinated patrons with Freedom Bubble

D’Network@Setia Eco Park in Setia Alam, Shah Alam is welcoming fully vaccinated patrons to shop, dine and relax in a safe environment as part of its Freedom Bubble campaign.

The Freedom Bubble has been initiated as a Covid-19 safe zone where all employees, workers and visitors at D’Network, Setia Eco Tower Sales Gallery and Canopy Clubhouse are fully vaccinated.

Visitors will need to show their digital certificate or proof of Covid-19 vaccination completion to enter the food and beverage (F&B) hub.

Fully vaccinated individuals and families can shop, dine-in and have access to the garden and playground with strict standard operating procedures in place.

Setia Eco Park general manager Desmond Ong hopes the extra effort it has taken to ensure the safety and comfort of patrons to D’Network@Setia Eco Park will encourage many to enjoy a little bit more of the dining experience prior to the pandemic.

Shops as well as F&B outlets at D’Network are installed with patented technology that sterilises the air and is proven to inhibit 99.99% of the Covid-19 virus.

All F&B outlets are installed with full ventilation systems for optimal air circulation and to control the temperature and humidity.

Spaces and surfaces at the hub are also sanitised regularly.

Encouraging outdoor dining, D’Network tenants are opening more outdoor dining areas to create a comfortable setting for patrons.

Patrons can also enjoy dining at the garden, which is open for dinner.

D’Network@Setia Eco Park currently has seven F&B outlets with two additions soon, a mail- delivery service, wellness centre, hair salon, garden nursery and boutique grocer catering to the needs of shoppers and diners.

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