WASHINGTON — The Ebola virus has caught the attention of the nation�s biggest hotel chains.
The hotel chain that includes DHL, Marriott and Residence Inn International has opened more than 500 locations across the country to help people with the virus.
They have offered free vaccines and medical personnel at their locations to help deal with the spread of the virus, but some critics say the effort is too little too late.DHL said in a statement that the company�s commitment to the community is clear and strong.
We have always worked collaboratively with our local partners and community to help ensure that everyone has the health and safety to benefit from our global network.
The CDC is not aware of any cases of any individuals contracting Ebola in the United States.