DETROIT (WXYZ) — Greektown Casino-Hotel is offering free rooms to first responders who are afraid to risk bringing COVID-19 home to their families.
A spokesperson says 40 rooms at the hotel are available for emergency personnel, medical technicians, Detroit police officers and firefighters.
Everyone accessing the hotel and complex will have their temperatures taken every time they enter and leave. Additionally, they will be required to answer health department questions on daily basis.
Greektown Casino temporarily suspended operations on March 16 amid the outbreak. It is unclear how long the casino will remain closed.
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