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Hotel Congress pauses operations amid coronavirus pandemic

TUCSON (KVOA) – Hotel Congress pausing its operations due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“2020, wow is all we can say! After thoughtful and heartbreaking conversations and uncovering every possible approach, our next steps are clear,” Hotel Congress said in a Facebook post. “This pandemic has reached a breaking point and for us the only actionable response is to pause our operations.”

They say the health and safety of its staff and community is “what is important right now.”

“So for now, it’s not goodbye, but it’s see you later,” Hotel Congress added. “We love you Tucson…stay safe and stay home!”

2020, wow is all we can say! After thoughtful and heartbreaking conversations and uncovering every possible approach, our next steps are clear. This pandemic has reached a breaking point and for us the only actionable response is to pause our operations. The health and safety of our staff and community is what is important right now. So for now, it’s not goodbye, but it’s see you later. We love you Tucson...stay safe and stay home!

Posted by Hotel Congress on Tuesday, June 30, 2020

On Monday, Gov. Doug Ducey ordered the temporary closure of bars, gyms and theaters amid the spike of COVID-19 cases.

Arizona health officials reported 4,682 new coronavirus cases. The statewide death toll is now 1,632.  

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