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Amid coronavirus outbreak, OYO to offer free stay to medical staff, first responders in US

Vaishnavi Gupta
Vaishnavi Gupta Mar 27 2020 - 2 min read
Amid coronavirus outbreak, OYO to offer free stay to medical staff, first responders in US
OYO will be providing medical first responders with free accommodations at any of its hotels in the US so that they can sleep, shower or just get off their feet and recharge.

Amid coronavirus outbreak, OYO Hotels & Homes will offer free stays to doctors, nurses and other medical first responders in the United States, who are helping in the fight against the disease.

OYO will be providing medical first responders with free accommodations at any of its hotels in the US so that they can sleep, shower or just get off their feet and recharge.

Ritesh Agarwal, Founder and Group CEO, OYO Hotels & Homes, said, “All of us at OYO are grateful for the bravery and sacrifices all the medical personnel is making to save lives and stop the spread of Covid-19," said. "Our hearts go out to all those impacted by this terrible illness.”

Ivanka Trump, US President Donald Trump's daughter and advisor, tweeted, “OYO Hotels are offering a free stay to our amazing medical professionals and first responders fighting this virus on the frontlines. These kinds of impactful acts of benevolence are what help keep this Nation and our world #TogetherApart.”

In the US, those on the front lines in the medical community can call (+1) 628-213-7020 with the code OYO4FIRSTRESPONDERS to get their reservation for the nearest OYO. The company will be covering all the costs of their stay with a valid active First Responder identification.

An OYO spokesperson stated, “With regards to heightened precautions for employees, frontline staff and customers, we at OYO Hotels & Homes have been monitoring the Covid-19 situation, and have been taking necessary steps to ensure their health and wellbeing.”

“To ensure social distancing, we have directed our colleagues across all corporate offices to work remotely since March 18 and increased the need for regular hand washing and hygiene checks for staff interfacing with customers and other stakeholders,” the spokesperson added.

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