The Four Seasons Hotel in Manhattan is opening its rooms up for health care workers in the city.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Twitter Wednesday that the luxury hotel will “provide FREE lodging to doctors, nurses & medical personnel currently working to respond to the #COVID19 pandemic.”
“Thank you @FourSeasons,” Cuomo added. “The first of many hotels we hope will make their rooms available.”
The hotel’s president and CEO, John Davison, previously said in a press release on March 18 that “we are adhering to the latest information, protocols and tools from the world’s leading health experts and government authorities – including the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control – to maximize the effectiveness of our response.”
The Four Seasons Hotel on 57th Street will provide FREE lodging to doctors, nurses & medical personnel currently working to respond to the #COVID19 pandemic.
Thank you @FourSeasons.
The first of many hotels we hope will make their rooms available.
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) March 25, 2020
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