Pritzker Warns of ‘Stricter Measures’ If COVID-19 Numbers Don’t Improve in State

Pritzker Warns of ‘Stricter Measures’ If COVID-19 Numbers Don’t Improve in State

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (IOCI RADIO) – Gov. JB Pritzker warned Tuesday that “significantly stricter” measures will be put back in place if COVID-19 numbers don’t improve in Illinois.

With cases on the rise, the governor said his office is considering “all the options” for again slowing the spread of the virus.

 

Pritzker didn’t provide specifics, but said measures could include previous phases and statewide/regional restrictions. For now, he encouraged residents to wear a mask in indoor public settings.

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