COVID-19: Delhi govt to setup paid-quarantine facilities in 3 hotels
People using quarantine facilities at the Welcome Hotel, the Vivanta by Taj and the Piccadily Hotel will have to pay Rs 3,100, excluding the Goods and Services Tax, per day, according to the official.
The official said these hotels are located in the Southwest District of Delhi. The district administration has issued orders for setting up the paid-quarantine facilities by reserving 767 rooms in these hotels.
The move comes three days after the government directed all district magistrates to identify paid-quarantine facilities in their respective areas in wake of coronavirus outbreak in the national capital.
"The payment at these hotels will be made by the actual beneficiary from the day the beneficiary occupies the room. However, request for payment of advance may be avoided," the official said.
Laundry facility to be provided to such guests will be separated in such a way so that it does not mix up with the laundry facility of other guests.
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