October 28, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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The Trump organization is starting to reopen its golf property

DORAL, FL - JUNE 01:  A sign reading Trump National Doral is seen on the grounds of the golf course owned by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on June 1, 2016 in Doral, Florida.  Reports indicate that a PGA Tour event that has been held at the Trump National Doral since 1961 is heading to Mexico City in 2017.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Trump National Doral Miami Golf Club reopens to members on Friday and on Saturday, hotel guests can also play golf. Those who play golf must follow a new protocol that includes: must wear a mask when approaching a club house, adhere to social distance guidelines at all times, not shake hands or share golf clubs and limit the types of golf carts that can be used. A new procedure was posted to the Miami golf club website per saturday.

The Trump International Golf Club on West Palm Beach, Florida, has only been open for members since Wednesday. And the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, reopened Saturday, also only for members. Washington’s National Trump Golf Club, DC, in Potomac Falls VA, is open Saturday. Representatives for the club will not say whether it has ever been closed.

CNN had previously reported that Doral and West Palm Beach properties were collectively anchored by 713 workers due to a coronavirus outbreak. 102 additional employees on leave from the Potomac Falls property.

CNN has reached out to the Trump Organization at the reopening, to see if the leave is rehired and if so, how much.

The reopening came more than a month after the Trump Organization initially announced temporary closures at various facilities citing local, state and federal mandates. At that time, state leaders had issued home-stay orders that closed all non-essential businesses in Florida, Illinois, Nevada, New York, Virginia and Washington, DC. Some of the orders have been relaxed.
Trump and his family have been barred from seeking help from the Treasury’s $ 500 billion loan program included in the $ 2 trillion stimulus package signed in March.
The Wall Street The journal previously reported that the coronavirus cost the Trump Organization property more than one million dollars in revenue lost every day when it was closed, and The Washington Post reported that the company had dismissed or left nearly 1,500 employees at its hotels in the United States and Canada.
In recent weeks, the President has wanted Americans to return to work, even though there is little capacity for testing for the corona virus. In mid-April, Trump formed a bipartisan task force aimed at reopening the economy and devising a three-phase approach for countries to reduce restrictions.
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