We are closely monitoring these agencies regarding the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are committed to following the policies as set out by the federal, provincial and local health departments. Our thoughts are with all those around the world that have been affected by COVID-19. The well-being of our guests, staff, business associates, families and communities is of paramount concern to us. We encourage everyone to avoid unnecessary travel and take every precaution during this pandemic.
As an essential business, we remain open and our hotels continue to address the fluid situation manifesting itself around the COVID-19 outbreak and take precautions to keep everyone safe. As a company, we can assure you that we are taking every precaution and acting with the utmost care and consideration. “We’re all INN this together”
Below are some steps we’re taking to help mitigate the risks:
These are current emergency health policies we have adopted:
Our hotels have made changes to their booking policies to offer our guests added comfort and protection.
Guests please be advised of the following policies to help reduce the spread of Covid.
One key proposal: a "100 million vaccines in 100 days" mass vaccination campaign.
Screenings dropped 63% to 82% during the first pandemic wave but had a higher rate of cancer detection.
In the UK, the rate for hospital admissions reaches new heights.
Nearsightedness was 3 times more common in 6-year-old children during the lockdown.
Patients not needing ventilators who were given high-titer plasma had a 34% lower risk of death within 30 days.
And in a new study, CDC data show more cases in kids as schools reopened, but only limited school outbreaks.
Also, the WHO says its COVID-19 emergency committee will meet tomorrow for the sixth time.
We are all here to help, if have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to
contact us! If you need to adjust reservations made please contact the hotel
directly. If you need to adjust reservations made through another travel site, you
will need to contact them for assistance.