Lorraine Longhi, Arizona Republic Published 9:24 a.m. ET April 8, 2020 | Updated 9:25 a.m. ET April 8, 2020CLOSE There is a lot of misinformation out there about coronavirus. We sort the facts from falsehoods. WochitAs coronavirus cases continue to rise across the country, at least 312 Arizona hotels have signed up to house emergency and health care workers as they battle on the frontlines to treat people with the virus, reports the Arizona Republic, which is a part of the USA TODAY Network.The American Hotel and Lodging Association announced Monday that more than 15,000 hotels across the country have signed up to provide temporary housing for emergency and health care workers as the COVID-19 public health crisis grows.At least 312 of those hotels were in Arizona, the association said.Kim Sabow, president and CEO of the Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association, said the idea of the initiative, called “Hospitality for Hope,” was to create a database where local hotel associations could connect hotels with the health care community and local officials as needs arise.Different hotels are laid out to accommodate different needs, so state and federal government officials can search for participating hotels based on their location, Sabow said.If the situation worsens, some hotels could potentially be


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