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Will booking.com be compensating their "partners" for loss of income during this difficult time? I think not.
Small companies will simply not be available to afford to agree to this when their insurance providers are not helping at all particually if cancellations are covered by a cancellation policy.
Guests have the option of taking travel insurance when they book somewhere with a non cancellation policy they should be relying on that. If they chose not to insure they made the decision that they could afford to lose the monies if they were unable to attend not the accommodation provider.
This type of grand standing from booking.com is not helpful at all as it puts pressure on small providers under the guise of "compassion" to destroy themselves from within.