Airbnb institutes ‘enhanced cleaning’

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The short-term-rental service Airbnb (www.airbnb.com) has created a cleaning protocol for hosts, based on recommendations from the CDC, to help ensure the health and safety of their guests. The protocol is optional for hosts, but potential guests will be able to see which hosts have been trained in the program before choosing rentals.

Hosts who enroll in the program will be given instructions on which cleaning and sanitation techniques and products are best for maintaining a disease-free space. Additionally, hosts can opt in to a booking buffer that imposes a 72-hour window between rentals.

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The short-term-rental service Airbnb (www.airbnb.com) has created a cleaning protocol for hosts, based on recommendations from the CDC, to help ensure the health and safety of their guests. The protocol is optional for hosts, but potential guests will be able to see which hosts have been trained in the program before choosing rentals.

Hosts who enroll in the program will be given instructions on which cleaning and sanitation techniques and products are best for maintaining a disease-free space. Additionally, hosts can opt in to a booking buffer that imposes a 72-hour window between rentals.