Real estate investment and development firm Oxford Capital Group has offered 250 San Francisco hotel rooms to local hospitals in a bid to free up beds for those with serious coronavirus symptoms.
This is the second such deal made by Oxford Capital in a matter of days.
It was reported earlier last week that the firm had come to a deal to provide at least 1,000 Chicago hotel rooms to hospitals.
A statement from the company said: “The rooms will provide sanctuary for first responders who are fighting against COVID-19, as well as other guests seeking or requiring isolation.”
Founder, president and CEO John W. Rutledge commented: “We’re proud to play a role in aiding the community by providing sanctuary for those who need it during this difficult time.
“Supplying these rooms allows for our brave medical professionals to focus on their most critical patients in their hospitals.”
For more on Oxford Capital Group’s offer of Chicago hotel rooms for self-isolation and quarantine, read Boutique Hotelier‘s coverage below: