Plan to add touchless food, retail options at O’Hare Airport

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CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago’s O’Hare Airport is adding more options for travelers searching for food, travel supplies or a quiet place to work, all set up to allow for “touchless” 24/7 purchases. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the City Council’s Aviation Committee approved the new concessions agreements on Thursday. Aviation Commissioner Jamie Rhee said the upgraded vending machines offer an alternative to sit-down dining that some travelers will not be comfortable using as the coronavirus pandemic continues. The options include machines offering fresh popcorn, healthier food items and essentials for people traveling with young children.

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