The spread of the corona virus currently has far-reaching consequences for our community. In recent weeks and months many hosts have been unable to receive guests due to travel restrictions. Tourism is accompanied by increased safety requirements and hygiene regulations. In order to make it easier for hosts to find out about the new regulations, we have compiled an overview of the information pages of the government. Please note that this list does not claim to be complete or accurate and that the regulations may change over time. Airbnb assumes no liability in this respect. We recommend that you contact the relevant authorities if you have any questions.
- Central Government (incl. safety and hygiene guidelines and the latest rules and restrictions)
- Ministry of Health
- Main Sanitary Inspection
State support measures for the economy
In order to counter the economic consequences of coronavirus, the government and state agencies have announced numerous support measures. These include, in particular, measures to improve the liquidity of the self-employed and companies. Further measures are planned. Please refer to the official portals of local authorities. Important information can be found here:
- Anti-crisis shield – information on relief for microenterprises, SMEs and large businesses
- Support for entrepreneurs and businesses with sanitary recommendations included
- Tourist voucher programme aiming to support families and domestic travel
For more information on Airbnb’s guidelines on extenuating circumstances and the coronavirus (COVID-19), please click here.