We have been a very successful Superhosts for over 3 years (and more than 150 guests). We host the old-fashioned way… with very personal attention and a room in our home with all of our common spaces shared. My husband and I are in our 60’s and don’t feel that we can allow any guests back into our personal space until there is a vaccine. That is likely to be over 1-2 years away. By that time we will no longer meet the Superhost requirement of having hosted at least 10 guests in the previous year. We can’t wait to start hosting again, and really miss the personal connections we have with our guests. Any suggestions for how I get the following question to the folks who might be able to answer it at Airbnb?
“What provision for retaining our Superhost status will you make for those of us who host in our shared spaces, but because of age and/or underlying conditions, will not be safe to host until there is a vaccine?”
EDIT: Several responses have suggested that I should not care about my Superhost status. I care VERY much about my Superhost status because without it, my listing would appear WAY down on the page. We have a lot of listings here, and most guests would not even open it to see all of my excellent reviews. It would likely take me a very long time to achieve Superhost again, let alone get to the level of occupancy that I previously enjoyed.