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Pritzker won't hesitate to reinstate restrictions if COVID cases spike

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With all regions of the state set to advance to Phase 4 of reopening on Friday, Gov. J.B. Pritzker said that while Illinois has seen a “trajectory of success,” he won’t hesitate to reinstate more restrictions if there’s a drastic uptick in COVID-19 cases.
“I’m not afraid to protect the people of Illinois by moving a region back to an earlier phase if we see a surge,” Pritzker said. “Ours will not be one of the states that takes no action in response to a return to the peak.” Tina Sfondeles has the story…
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