GRAPEVINE, Texas—On a sun-soaked afternoon with the temperature approaching 100 degrees, guests of the Gaylord Texan got their first look at what it means to visit a resort in the age of Covid-19.

By Craig Karmin and Steven Russolillo | Photographs by Bill McCullough for The Wall Street JournalJune 13, 2020 12:00 am ET

GRAPEVINE, Texas—On a sun-soaked afternoon with the temperature approaching 100 degrees, guests of the Gaylord Texan got their first look at what it means to visit a resort in the age of Covid-19.

Cleaning attendants were outfitted in gloves and masks and more than 200 signs stationed throughout the 125-acre complex advised guests to remain 6 feet apart. In the fitness center, plaques on every other treadmill apologized for being off limits “to support social distancing.” Employees prepared the Gaylord’s 1,815 hotel rooms…TO READ THE FULL STORYSUBSCRIBESIGN IN

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