Caesars Entertainment, the company behind the famed Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas strip and other casino properties, intends on checking very room every 24 hours—even when they have a “Do Not Disturb” sign on their door knob. The checks will be conducted by security guards “[i]n light of recent tragic events and to further strengthen security,” a spokeswoman told the Associated Press. Hotel properties of Disney, Hilton, Wynn Resorts also follow the policy, with checks ranging from “12 hours to two days.” The company is also considering arming their employees with “panic buttons” that will let them get help “if they are in danger or feel threatened.” These changes are rolling out after the Las Vegas mass shooting, executed from a window of the Mandalay Bay hotel, and the years of alleged harassment perpetrated by Steve Wynn at his Las Vegas properties.
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