he Department of Transportation clarified on Friday that airlines must give customers refunds when flights are canceled or significantly delayed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hoarder’s stockpile going to doctors and nurses, cruise bookings are on the rise for 2021, virtual tours of famous castles, Southwest refunding early boarding fees and no excise tax.
Japan extending entry ban to 73 countries, details for small business loans, China concealing extent of outbreak, DIY Whoppers, US weekly jobless claims double to 6.6 million and Brooklyn man arrested for hoarding masks.
Hospitals threatening to fire workers for speaking out about shortages, Miami balcony parties, Vermont closes all hotels, vacation rentals and campgrounds, US Open stadium complex in Queens to be turned into hospital, Amazon fires warehouse worker who led warehouse walkout and crowds watch US Navy hospital ship arrive in NYC.
Reservations for stays and Airbnb Experiences made on or before March 14, 2020, with a check-in date between March 14, 2020 and May 31, 2020, may be canceled before check-in.
New York reported almost 7,000 new cases of the virus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to nearly 66,500, and causing 1,200 deaths. Most of the cases are in New York City, where 36,221 people have tested positive, the city says.
So make sure you call right away and ask yo get miles back if your flight was canceled. United has been all over the place with its cancellation and refund policies, so better to do it now.
Stimulus checks that are coming within 3 weeks, Amazon suspending accounts over price gouging, Netflix lets you watch movies with friends during isolation, a bodega delivery app in NYC and how coronavirus has crippled the mafia.
StubHub refusing cash refunds, TSA numbers show 90% drop in passengers, some Wuhan residents testing positive after recovering, potlucks and speakeasies amid coronavirus outbreak and heroin prices going up.
President Donald Trump said Saturday that he is considering a short-term quarantine of New York state and parts of New Jersey and Connecticut as cases of coronavirus continue to rise drastically.
The lockdown was announced only a few hours before it went into effect, leaving many unprepared as domestic flights, trains and buses were all shut down. But police are enforcing the order with some outrageous methods, beating with batons people they see in the streets.
Some of the major domestic airlines such as Delta Air Lines, Southwest and American Airlines have all announced this week that they are temporarily cutting back on beverage and meal service.
The Senate’s stimulus package contains 880 pages. Here are some of the most important information that this package includes.
Verizon is offering free international long distance calling to countries identified by the Center for Disease Control as level 3 impacted by COVID-19. This offer includes customers on both prepaid and postpaid plans.
Hertz is trying to help those workers in New York City a free, month-long vehicle rental through April 30. They can book for as little as a week or up to a month.