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These initiatives allow accommodation units to easily point out the precautions the facility takes regarding coronavirus on the facility page. Also, no commission is charged for canceled reservations, reservations with changed dates as well as those reimbursed by the voucher due to government travel restrictions in certain areas. The new rules will be applied retroactively, where appropriate. To encourage travelers to re-book the same facility, Booking.com will offer them 15% prize (up to 100 EUR) after the realized stay, which will be valid for reservations made by 31 December 2020 and with a check-out date of 30 April 2021. In addition, Booking.com will not charge a booking fee made as part of this campaign, all with the aim of providing additional support to partners providing accommodation services. The campaign is aimed at customers in Croatia who have had to cancel reservations within their country, due to government travel restrictions due to the coronavirus, in order to book accommodation in the same facility when it becomes safe to travel again. This initiative seeks to return Croatian partners to successful business, inspire travelers and provide support to local business. Booking.com has also introduced a tool that allows partners greater flexibility in applying their rules and modes of operation and promotes their use to help facilities take advantage of the demand of users who want flexibility in these uncertain times.
He is yet to score his first goal for the club and, with limited game time the summer signing has not had the immediate impact many supporters would have expected. But when asked if the fee paid for Lamela meant there was pressure to pick him, Villas-Boas replied: “Not really, no. “We have been speaking a lot with him. I think getting acquainted to the Premier League is important but he doesn’t know the language. (Roberto) Soldado had some knowledge of the language before (he came) so it was a little bit easier for him. “With Erik it was a little bit more difficult but we have given him massive, massive help and his family arrived this week. “He knows he isn’t producing half of what he can produce but he understands the situation now is that he has to compete for his place.” Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas believes the language barrier is preventing club-record signing Erik Lamela from hitting the ground running at White Hart Lane. The 21-year-old Argentina international, signed from Roma in the summer for a fee believed to be close to £30million, has featured only sparingly for Spurs and has yet to be handed a start in the Barclays Premier League. Lamela was an unused substitute in Sunday’s 1-0 win over Hull and the former River Plate forward has had to make do with looking to have an impact in Europa League ties. Press Association