Coronavirus: Gary Neville opens hotels to NHS staff to help with crisis
Former Manchester United and England defender Gary Neville is to open his hotels free of charge to health workers to help with the coronavirus crisis.
Neville’s two Manchester hotels will be closed to the public, freeing 176 beds for NHS and other medical staff.
The former United captain said none of his staff will be made redundant or asked to take unpaid leave.
“It is something we are delighted to have been able to come to an agreement with,” Neville said.