California Prepares To Restart Leisure Travel

The California Hotel and Lodging Association prepares to reopen hotels and accommodations on June 12, 2020, to restart leisure travel in California. Hotel-specific plans, employee training, and webinars are available to ensure the well-being of guests and employees. 

Governor Gavin Newsom announces (CDPH) guidelines

Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a revised California Department of Public Health (CDPH) guidelines so it can allow the reopening of individual counties. All but eight of the state’s 58 counties have provided mandatory health reports to CDPH to meet the new COVID-19 health criteria.

Lynn S. Mohrfeld, president and CEO of CHLA said, “We are ready, prepared and relieved to reopen California hotels. Our CDC-backed health safety procedures will ensure the well-being of our guests, our employees, and our communities.”

CHLA has added specific plans for its members in its Clean + Safe guide. It includes recommendations from the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, the California Department of Public Health, and Cal/OSHA. This is for guest and employee cleanliness, workplace cleaning and disinfecting, and improved safety and cleanliness for the guest experience.

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