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Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Governor Extends Tier 3 Mitigations Through January 9th

On Friday, Illinois Governor Pritzker issued another disaster declaration dated December 11, 2020, regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The December declaration is pretty consistent with the November declaration, including the Governor's finding that in-person attendance of more than ten people at a regular meeting location of a meeting subject to the Open Meetings Act is not feasible. 

The Governor also issued EO 2020-74 re-issuing many of the previous executive orders pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic, including extending EO 2020-73 which imposed Tier 3 mitigation measures throughout the state until January 9, 2020. You can read the new EO here


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