Portland, Oregon 2021-05-27 21:55:47 –
Denver (KDVR) – Airbnb says it will extend the party ban until the end of summer as concerns continue about the COVID-19 epidemic.
The beginning of the summer, unofficially initiated by Memorial Day, beckons a vacation plan made possible by the relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions after a year of coronavirus blockade.
But Airbnb until last week’s notice Global ban ban A gathering of 16 or more people, including guests and visitors, regardless of the host’s permission. In addition, destructive parties and events are not allowed.
Last year, the home-sharing business began imposing stricter restrictions in the pandemic, including a global ban on “party houses.”
According to Airbnb, guests who violate the rules may be suspended or removed from Airbnb’s platform. The company also said that hosts that allow parties that violate the policy may delete their property list.
“If the property listed on Airbnb is causing turmoil, such as excessive noise, destructive parties, gatherings of 16 or more people, or dangerous behavior, members of the local community can report it at: Neighborhood support, We will provide links to local emergency services, “Airbnb said on its website.
Airbnb said it would reassess its policy at the end of the summer and provide the latest information at that time.
As Memorial Day approaches, Airbnb says more and more people are looking for remote areas to experience the outdoors as the pandemic continues.
“Most trips are expected to take place domestically this summer, but 50-300 miles of remote stays in the United States make up nearly 70% of Memorial Day weekend searches, but guests are from home. I’m getting used to adventures far away, “the company said. Recent reports..
Airbnb added that 1,000 to 3,000 miles away have the second largest share of holiday weekend travel searches.
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