Old Aug 2, 20, 10:34 am
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Originally Posted by KatW View Post
I’ve read in the press that some Caribbean islands aren’t welcoming U.S. guests. Even New York State isn’t welcoming guests from most states. It’s a fine howdy-doo.
Add Chicago/Illinois to the list, and don't forget the restrictions for Alaska and Hawaii.

I've been wondering how the decision to do deep discounts versus closing temporarily depends on whether it's a property that closes annually during low season. In seasonal places, properties need the revenue and employees need the jobs even more, but management is accustomed to shutting down for a part of every year, so they have systems/processes in place to do this easily.
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