Coronavirus refund policies are up in the air. While some airlines, cruise lines and hotels have offered customers their money back amid a wave of coronavirus cancellations, others haven’t.
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When is it safe to travel again? That’s the $570 billion question.
When the experts say so, that’s when. But figuring out who those experts are during the coronavirus crisis may be as difficult as finding a vaccine.
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Like other coronavirus lockdowns, France’s happened in slow motion. First, the museums closed. Then, about two weeks later, they shuttered the cafés and restaurants. And a week after that, authorities blocked access to the beach.
Today, Nice looks like it’s in a dystopian science fiction movie. The streets of this resort town on the French Riviera are virtually empty. There are police checkpoints around every corner and an 8 p.m. curfew.
Across Europe, cities like Nice have all but closed in an effort to contain the coronavirus. Their experiences offer a sobering preview of what may happen in the United States as the virus continues to spread.
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After United Airlines cancels Leslie Wiercinski’s flight to the Cayman Islands, the airline offers her only a flight credit, but not a refund. Is United Airlines following its refund rules during the coronavirus crisis?
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When Patricia Fuja cancels her West Coast tour after the coronavirus outbreak, she tries to get a refund from her tour operator. But it’s not happening. Now she wants to know: Why won’t my tour operator refund my deposit?
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