Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has extended the "Stay at Home" order...

Illinois has been in a  shelter in place/stay at home order since March 21st and that will continue until Saturday, May 30th, with "some modifications" which will be announced next week, Pritzker announced today during his daily press briefings. According to reports from the Chicago Tribune the Governor doesn't believe that the COVID-19 crisis will "peak" in Illinois until mid May, which is what is pushing him to extend the "Stay at Home" order.

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is still committed to reopening businesses in Missouri on May 4th, with some guidelines to follow of course.

This makes for an interesting situation for us here in the Tri-State area where some people may live in Illinois but work in Missouri or the other way around. Hopefully we will get more details on all of this soon.

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