Last Updated 12:05 p.m. July 13, 2020
Chicago, along with the rest of the state, is in phase four of the COVID-19 reopening plan.
COVID-19 complicates things for family members still working, “Working during this time is not as stressful as coming home.”
Mayor Lori Lightfoot transitioned into Phase 4 of reopening on Friday, June 26, along with the rest of Illinois.
The mayor said on July 13 that while Illinois has seen a troubling rise in COVID-19 cases in the past week, she doesn’t think the city of Chicago has reached a point where officials need to go back to some of the restrictions that were lifted in recent weeks, such as again prohibiting indoor dining at bars and restaurants.
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If you are due in traffic court at the Daley Center, you probably don’t have to leave home. Most cases are being scheduled for video conference via Zoom.
Lightfoot is ordering all bars, breweries, and restaurants that serve liquor to close at midnight, in an effort to further curb the spread of COVID-19 in Chicago.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act will extend through the school year into the summer.
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