Airbnb, the leading private lodging company, will work with a network of hosts on March 26 to bring 100,000 first responders and healthcare workers to respond to a new type of coronavirus infection [COVID-19]Support activities to provide temporary accommodationIt was announced. According to the press release, the initiative further expands pilot programs in Italy and France, where nearly 6,000 hosts already provide homes.
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Hosts can now offer their homes free of charge through Airbnb's Open Homes emergency accommodation platform, launched in 2012. Airbnb also states that if the host is unable to provide their home for free, they will be waived of all guest stays. Accommodations participating in the program are required to adhere to stricter “Cleaning and Safety Guidelines”.
Joe Gebbia, co-founder of Airbnb, said in a press release: "Healthcare professionals and first responders are helping people live as the spread of the new coronavirus spreads. We want to help them." "Providing comfortable homes for brave first responders Countless hosts from all over the world have asked me to do this.I would like to connect non-profit partners and government agencies with our wonderful host community and cooperate in this emergency. "
詳 し い For more information about participating in the program,Airbnb's COVID-19 Related WebsiteIt has been published in.
This article is from overseas CBS InteractivearticleWas edited by Asahi Interactive for Japan.