More than 800 Airbnbs free for Dorian evacuees, relief workers

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Vero Beach police officers Chayse Hatfield, center, and James Doty talk to resident Todd Dufresne, left, as they notify residents of a trailer park community of a mandatory evacuation, in preparation for Hurricane Dorian, in Vero Beach, Fla., Monday, Sept. 2, 2019. Some coastal areas are under a mandatory evacuation since the path of the storm is still uncertain. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

(WFLA) — More than 800 Airbnb homes are ready to take in evacuees or deployed relief workers for free during Hurricane Dorian.

Over 800 hosts in the Southeast United States have opened their doors to displaced neighbors or relief workers deployed to help.

Airbnb says the homes are free to stay at between Aug. 31 and Sept. 16.

If you have available housing in the area indicated on the map, Airbnb asks you to consider making your home available.

For more information, click here.

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