CBS This Morning looks at how the travel industry plans to cope with the coronavirus/Covid-19.
Below is a blurb from their blog and their YouTube video. Check it out.
“The sight is quite jarring: Four-hundred passenger planes that would normally be zipping through the skies are now parked in the California desert, row after row, with thousands more grounded elsewhere.
Last year, the AAA said 43 million Americans went somewhere on Memorial Day weekend. This year, the AAA isn’t even making a guess as to how many people will hit the road, but they’re expecting it to be an all-time low.
Travel will bounce back, but for now it’s just inching back, and your experience won’t be nearly the same as before.
Let’s start with your hotel.
Travelers who check back in will have a much different stay, said Hilton CEO Chris Nassetta. “You’ll go to your room with your digital key. You won’t have to touch anything other than your phone. You’ll open your room with your phone.”
And the room you open will have been cleaned like never before: Masked housekeepers will pay special attention to things like light switches and TV remotes, and when they’re done, they’ll put a seal on the door.
“When a housekeeper is done cleaning the room, we will seal it, and you will be the first one in it,” Nasetta said. “And we will not come in it until you leave or until you ask us to come back in it.”
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