Is your hotel ready to accept Coronavirus patients?
To say we are living in unprecedented times in the US is the understatement of the year. Schools have closed. Gyms, theaters, and some retail stores have shut down. Governors around the US are recommending limiting public gatherings and instructing workers to work from home remotely to help “flatten the curve” during this pandemic.
With vacancies skyrocketing and a lot of unknowns on the table still, the hotel industry is in a bit of a panic on what to do….
There is HOPE for hotel owners and operators and if trends from Europe are any indication of what could be coming to the United States, hotels might become VITAL in the fight against containing and helping treat coronavirus patients. Hospitals are overrun, running out of beds, and with drive-thru testing beginning across the US, the demand for hospital beds could skyrocket quickly. Even President Trump has ordered a 1,000 bed ship to NYC recently.
Hotels could be a perfect solution for hospital overflow.
The facility already has beds, private rooms, communications, but they lack the sophisticated medical equipment needed for a hospital environment. Many hotels also lack one important ingredient to be able to make this transition – security.
Security and access control will be critical to complete this transition from hotel to hospital. Keyless locks with audit trail capabilities will be needed for doors, lockers and cabinets, safes, and some doors may need to be retrofitted with panic push bars.
GoKeyless can help with this type of transition and with all of your lock needs. As the world changes and consumer needs change, we must be nimble and adapt to change and that is what we do best. With flexible and creative payment options, excellent partnerships in the market, and unsurpassed customer service, there is no better company to trust for your security needs during these trying times.
Have an immediate need? We carry a lot of these locks in stock and can ship out the same day! Shoot us an email at [email protected] or 937-247-9327 ext 611.