“New Braunfels continues its custom of stepping up to meet a challenge and serve our community,” said City Manager Robert Camareno in the statement.
Schlitterbahn has made accommodations available to first responders and other health care workers that may be concerned about returning home after treating patients.
"We are grateful to have additional partners in the fight against COVID-19 in both Schlitterbahn and Courtyard Marriott," Camareno said. "They have offered their facilities to help accommodate our first responders, essential personnel and health care professionals to ensure their personal safety and the safety of their families and our community as a whole.”
Neither Schlitterbahn or Marriott responded to requests for comments for this story.