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Hotels in Hyderabad have put in place an elaborate process for guest check-in following the guidelines issued by the Centre and Telangana government. The hotels in non-containment zones are to open on June 8, and hotels are fine tuning their processes to ensure minimal inconvenience to guests while following all safety guidelines. The new processes include contactless entry, temperature scanning and sanitization of luggage and shoes. Even at the reception counter, there is no need of physical contact.
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