Marriott offers free stay for US medical staff working on COVID-19 duty

Marriott has also allowed their customers, who are willing to donate their reward points to a variety of coronavirus relief efforts, including World Central Kitchen, Unicef, the American Red Cross and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

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Marriott has recently announced that it is donating $10 million in hotel stays for doctors and nurses. The hospitality group in association with the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Emergency Nurses Association are helping to match front line doctors and nurses with free accommodations in some of the most impacted areas including New York City, New Orleans, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C. and Newark, NJ.

Under its community caregiver program, which is applicable in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America, provides significantly discounted rates for first responders and healthcare professionals who want to book rooms at hotels in close proximity to the hospitals where they’re working. The rate is available at nearly 2,500 hotels.

Marriott has also allowed their customers, who are willing to donate their reward points to a variety of coronavirus relief efforts, including World Central Kitchen, Unicef, the American Red Cross and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

Apart from this, Marriott is also doing their bit towards the community. The Marriott properties in US have been donating cooked and pre-packaged meals and critically important supplies, including cleaning products, masks, gloves, anti-microbial wipes, sanitizers and shower caps for medical and other frontline workers.

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