Coronavirus: Red Roof donates hotel rooms to health care workers, first responders quarantining

Red Roof is donating hotel rooms to health care workers and first responders protecting their families and self-quarantining away from home during the coronavirus pandemic.

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The hotel chain is offering limited free rooms for essential workers on the front line of the pandemic until May 31.

Many Red Roof hotels have rooms with exterior corridors, allowing people to drive up to their room instead of walking through a hallway and decreasing contact with others.

Rooms have wi-fi, TVs, a workstation and other amenities. A well-behaved cat or dog is also welcome to stay free of charge.

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Red Roof asks that essential workers limit their stay to two weeks to give others a chance to utilize the offer.

To book a donated room, call a participating Red Roof.

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