We haves guest coming from China? I am considering cancelling their booking out of concern for my family with regards to the Coronavirus. What would the ramifications be with my superhost rating?
Thanks in advance.
I have been a bit concerned over the last few days as this intensifies. I have had guests from China but other areas, not Wuhan but who knows if it is not in other areas anyway. Reading what others have posted we are on our own. I guess I just make sure we sanitize everything super well. Good luck to you all
I have cancelled 4 reservation from China, but Airbnb insists not to waive the penalty, the case manager by the name of Mark, told me that we have no proof that the guests are infected by the virus, this is very irresponsible reply...
Now several country have restrict tourists from Wuhan, all airports are in high alert, screening all tourist from China, but Airbnb just don’t care, they insist on penalty, very disappointed!!!!
I have text him the link of cnn news and channel news Asia, but no reply from him or anyone from the Airbnb support.
what are they doing ????
They just want to earned from us the penalty fee???? Just don’t care ????
Ok, I talked to Airbnb customer support this morning about the problem and after about an hour I got a mail from them confirming that my reservations with Chinese guests up to February 8th would be cancelled with no penalty if I wanted to. I asked the customer support to proceed with the cancelation and they did. I don't know if this only applies to Italy... But as a matter of fact this morning I had 2 reservations cancelled with no issues. I've been told that the decision was taken today by Airbnb
@Marina797 Thank you for the update 🙂
I got one chinese guest coming in a couple of weeks. I don't know where she is arriving from as the profile just says that she's from China.
It makes me a little nervous - it seems to be spreading all over. 2 people are in isolation in Malmø (Sweden) which is a city connected to Copenhagen where I live :-(.
The reservations were cancelled due to force majeur.
After February 8th there will be updates on this policy so I guess we will just have to contact Airbnb customer support again to find out what to do.
An update on the coronavirus and Airbnb's extenuating circumstances policy has just been shared in the Community Center's Help board, here is the direct link: Coronavirus outbreak: Information on Airbnb's extenuating circumstances policy coverage.
I hope you find this update useful.