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Restore Illinois

Restore Illinois is a five-phase plan designed to navigate the coronavirus pandemic and reopen the statewide economy, including business, education, and recreation, announced by Governor Pritzker on May 5, 2020.  "Restore Illinois" prioritizes saving lives and livelihoods through a safe reopening of the state's regions; the City of Highland Park is in the northeast region. This approach will allow the Illinois Department of Public Health to make a recommendation as to the reopening of a particular region based on its reported metrics. The IDPH is tracking this data by region on its website. More information about the plan is accessible at coronavirus.illinois.gov and an FAQ is available from the IDPH.

July 15, 2020: Office of the Governor and IDPH release COVID-19 Mitigation Plan (News ReleasePlan)

June 26, 2020: All regions of the State have entered Phase 4. The State of Illinois Issues Phase 4 Guidelines for Reopening. An overview of changes from Phase 3 has also been released. 

Last updated July 30, 2020.

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