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Chicago Might Creep Social Media to Help Enforce Travel Orders

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Chicago is discussing the possibility of watching over people’s social media — to see who’s breaking the city’s travel orders.

Plus, is it possible that Las Vegas’ Palms hotel might never reopen?

Those are some of today’s travel headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

Chicago Creepin’

NBC5 reports the Windy City might start keeping an eye on people’s social media accounts? Why? To find out which travelers are disobeying the city’s travel orders.

We’ve seen this movie before — it doesn’t necessarily work how one thinks it will.

Other Travel Headlines

Red Rock Resorts CEO unsure if Palms, Texas Station and others will reopen

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Update August 4, 2020: Face Masks Required at These Rental Car Facilities in the United States

Sweden is planning to launch night trains to Germany and Belgium

— Chris

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