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Hotel Taj Mansingh to be converted into Covid treatment facility

Hotel Taj Mansingh to be converted into Covid treatment facility
Hotel Taj Mansingh to be converted into Covid treatment facility
Delhi govt asks hotel to vacate all rooms with immediate effect.

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The order on the Taj, passed by the sub divisional magistrate of Chanakyapuri, is similar to those sent to other hotels requisitioning rooms, housekeeping, disinfection and food for patients. As per the Delhi government’s orders, patients will be charged a maximum of Rs 5,000 by five-star hotels and Rs 4,000 by four and three star hotels per day per person.

New Delhi: The Taj Mansingh in Delhi has been asked to convert itself into a Covid-19 treatment facility on Tuesday. The decision follows similar instructions to properties run by Accor, Hyatt, Radisson Hotels and the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) in the capital. Indian Hotels Co. Ltd’s Taj Mahal hotel was told to vacate all rooms by the Delhi government with immediate effect through an order dated June 16 and to place them at the disposal
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