At Hyatt, the safety of our colleagues and guests is a top priority. To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, all Hyatt hotels in the U.S. & Canada will require face coverings within indoor public areas beginning July 27.
We want our guests to Stay With Confidence. In line w/ AHLA's Stay Safe Guest Checklist & IHG's broader cleaning efforts, starting Mon., July 27, face coverings are required in all public spaces at our hotels in the Americas. Learn more here: https://t.co/QSLi8ztMOapic.twitter.com/VqhHg6Su3b
Starting July 27, we’re requiring customers and employees to wear masks at our locations. This is one more step we’re taking to ensure your Thrifty rental is the safest way to travel. Learn more: https://t.co/Ze6o0o3gdbpic.twitter.com/c6LNF18NdE
So which rental car company is the safest way to travel: Hertz, Dollar, or Thrifty?
At the time this article was written, I have not yet seen any indication that Avis, Budget, National Car Rental, Enterprise, or Alamo are following suit — nor has any official policy yet been crafted by the American Rental Car Association, which is an organization that represents the rental car industry in the United States — but do not be surprised if they follow suit sometime as soon as within the next week…