As many as 100,000 medical workers, first responders and relief workers worldwide who are combatting could have free places to stay from .
Airbnb hosts who typically make homes and apartments available to vacationers want to contribute to help those treating COVID-19 patients and fighting the virus’ spread.
“We’ve heard from countless hosts around the world who want to provide a comforting home to heroic first responders,” said Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia in an announcement on Thursday. “We are connecting our nonprofit partners, government agencies and others with our incredible host community to work together in these extraordinary times.”
Coronavirus relief, what we know:
To connect homes with personnel, Airbnb will work with businesses, government and emergency management agencies and nonprofits including