If you’re thinking of traveling during the second wave of the coronavirus outbreak, you might be wondering: Is there a list of the safest hotels during the COVID-19 crisis?
There is. The Safe Travel Barometer, a startup that ranks travel companies based on their cleaning and sanitation practices, shared the list exclusively with me. It’s a handy guide for anyone interested in staying somewhere that takes safety seriously.
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If you don’t recognize a PayPal transaction, do you still have to pay? Isaac Benzadon wants to know after seeing a $1,203 charge on his account. Isn’t it covered under PayPal Purchase Protection?
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Mark Donohue has been kicked off Airbnb. But the company won’t tell him why. Can an advocate make the company talk?
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Has the government done enough to protect airline passengers during the pandemic? It depends on which numbers you look at.
Here’s one the Department of Transportation (DOT) wants you to see: 62,780. That’s how many complaints from air travelers it handled from March through June of this year, a 1,103 percent increase from the same period in 2019.
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What’s the travel industry doing for the election? For business battered by the pandemic and left without government aid, you’d be surprised.
They’re supporting the election in big and small ways.
“Our goal is to try and make the process a bit easier,” says Sarosh Mistry, chair of Sodexo North America, a food service company. “We’re doing it in the ways that we know how and encourage everyone to do their part and make their voices heard in this election.”
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