On Tuesday, March 31, Governor Pritzker extended Illinois’ stay at home order through Thursday, April 30 in an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
As a reminder, the stay at home order limits activity and business functions to only the most essential needs.
The order does not prohibit people from completing essential tasks, like grocery shopping, picking up prescriptions, getting gas or visiting a medical care provider. Essential businesses are allowed to remain open, including auto repair businesses, banks, laundromats and even restaurants that are providing food for delivery or carry-out. Residents also may exercise outdoors and walk their pets, but they should practice social distancing and limit exposure to others.
More Information on the stay at home order:
- For further details and information on the stay-at-home order issued by the State, please view a link to Frequently Asked Questions.
- To view the State of Illinois Executive Order 10, please click here.
- Do you have a question whether a business is considered essential? You can call the Essential Business Determination Hotline at (800)252-2923 or email at CEO.firstname.lastname@example.org