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On March 20, 2020, Illinois Governor J. B. Pritzker issued an executive order that ordered most residents to stay at home. You can find a link to this order below:
Executive Order In Response To COVID-19 (PDF)
This mandatory Stay-At-Home directive started at 5pm on Saturday, March 21st, and will continue until at least April 7th. This main purpose of this order is to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. It is important to respect this directive to protect and support our first responders, health care professionals, and the most vulnerable members of our community and society. This includes ceasing to visit other family, friends and neighbors unless critical for a person’s care and safety. Working from home is a great way to help slow the spread of the virus. All non-essential businesses, including retail, recreation, and entertainment establishments are to remain closed through April 7, 2020.
All of us play an important role in preventing the spread of Coronoavirus. By following these simple steps, we can limit the spread.
Practice Social Distancing. What is Social Distancing?
Where can I find more information?
Government websites such as the Centers For Disease Control and the Illinois Department of Public Health have important information concerning the Coronavirus.