The Four Seasons hotel on New York’s swanky Billionaires Row will house medical workers for free during the coronavirus outbreak, according to a press release from New York governor Andrew Cuomo.
The governor’s office said it will be the first of several hotels to house healthcare workers.
The hotel is located on New York’s most expensive street, which is dominated by luxury skyscrapers and empty penthouses owned by billionaires.
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The Four Seasons hotel on Manhattan’s Billionaire Row will be used to house nurses, doctors, and other medical personnel free of charge, New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday. As detailed in Cuomo’s press release, the hotel will be the first of several hotels in New York to house healthcare workers at no cost to those workers.
“The 350 room hotel will provide medical personnel currently working to respond to the coronavirus outbreak lodging free of charge,” the governor’s office said in the press release. In Chicago, empty hotel rooms are already being used to house coronavirus patients and those awaiting test results.
The hotel is located on the swanky Billionaires Row. As Business Insider’s Katie Warren previously reported, Billionaires’ Row includes …read more
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