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1119px-Best_Western_logo.svg.png?profile=RESIZE_710xLogistics of giving rooms to vulnerable groups or medics under discussion

Major UK hotel chains are in discussions with the government about turning their properties into temporary hospitals to provide the NHS with emergency bed space or staff accommodation as the coronavirus spreads.

Best Western Great Britain, Hilton, Holiday Inn, Travelodge and Whitbread’s Premier Inn chain are among the operators talking through the logistics of closing their hotels to the public so that rooms can be given to vulnerable groups at enhanced risk of contracting the virus in the coming months.

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The Guardian

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