New York hotels caught not changing sheets, wiping surfaces amid pandemic

A new report has found that some high-end New York hotels haven’t been thoroughly cleaning rooms between guests amid the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the New York Post, three Midtown hotels didn’t bother to change pillowcases or wipe down surfaces, an investigation by TV programme Inside Edition claims.

Inside Edition producers booked rooms at each hotel and used washable sprays only visible under UV light to mark the pillows, bath towels and sheets.

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They also put a special washable gel on commonly used surfaces like air conditioning controls, TV remotes and desks.

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