American hotels rushing to meet new swimming pool accessibility regulations


A new mandate from the U.S. Department of Justice requires all hotels and public facilities to have at least one way for a person with a disability to enter and exit the water, and two ways if the pool is 300 feet or longer. The options include a ramp a transfer platform, steps with hand rails or a hydraulic lift. Read for instance Hawaii News Now and First Coast News


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