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COVID-19: How much to clean a room? | Fontainebleau laying off 1,300

City’s cleaning ordinance will cost hotels US$47M A new ordinance will cost San Francisco's 215 hotels US$220,000 each, adding more than US$47 million in annual industry costs, extending hotel closures and extending joblessness for 15,000 employees, according to an independent analysis of the ordinance's cleaning mandates. That study assumed an occupancy rate of 63%, which is in line with the CBRE forecast for 2021. The Hotel Council of San Francisco responded with this statement from its President and CEO Kevin Carroll: “This ordinance does little to serve the public good, harms the number one industry in San Francisco and further delays the return of more than 25,000 San Francisco hotel employees to…
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