I think we are going to see this everywhere. Even if companies are creating standards to match the new protocols...the staff are not being trained in adherence.
After a single night at a hotel I had to be at over the weekend, I was shocked at how badly the new protocols were being followed/enforced. People were drinking in the lobby without masks, and housekeepers were leaving towels and sheets exposed in the hallways where the drinking/unmasked patrons were hanging out. I was prepared to complain to the manager at check out, but when I approached him, the only think I could say was, "Sir, you realize the mask has to go over your nose for it to be effective, right?"
Many employees are clueless, and putting both themselves and the customers in danger....
You're right! And it for JUST that reason that this pandemic will not release its stranglehold on us for months--if not longer. Some people are just so selfish, and their lack of consideration for others will literally kill.@2stepps wrote:
I agree that some are clueless but others are self-centered and it does not apply to them it is for everyone else to do.
I'm curious about the reasons folks are staying in hotels these days. I know some stay for prevention reasons due to the pandemic, but lots of others have other reasons.
Well it's nice to see that he found a use for his billions but all I see is a bunch of random "Statistics" that may or may not be accurate or objective. Great. More numbers I really didn't need in my head. But someone calling him "Karen" made it worth the read!
Not sure what the complaint about "statistics" is about. Seems to me like reasonable methodology to try to get an understanding about what businesses are doing. The sample size is large and they disclosed their methods. What more do you want?
Data like this seems to be good for informing public health. Wish this was done in more places.