IL REOPENING: PHASE 3
Phase 3 guidelines span 10 different industry categories. Each set of guidelines includes a common set of guidelines that are expected and encouraged among all employers and activity types, as well as workplace and program-specific guidelines.
FOR OUR LOCAL BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS: Below, we have provided the direct links to the IL Reopening Phase 3 Guidelines for reopening each business type in our area. Plus, links to the State of Illinois business toolkits for each business type complete with signage, training checklists, and other resources to ensure business and activities are conducted in accordance with the latest and greatest public health recommendations.
FOR OUR COMMUNITY: Churches, restaurants, offices, retail, barbershops and salons (see full list below) can reopen to the public with capacity and other limits and safety precautions. Gatherings limited to 10 people or fewer are allowed. Face coverings and social distancing are the norm. To learn about a specific industry's guidelines for reopening, click on the link "Guidelines" under each business type to read the full guidelines.
Churches: includes places of worship and providers of religious services to support the safest possible environment for faith leaders, employees, volunteers, scholars, and all other types of workers, as well as congregants, worshippers, and visitors.
Toolkit (coming soon)
Restaurants & Bars: includes full-service restaurants, limited-service restaurants, snack and nonalcoholic beverage bars, taverns, and other food services and drinking places licensed to serve food, beverages and liquor for consumption by the relevant local jurisdiction and State Liquor Control Board, if applicable, that can follow all minimum guidelines outlined in this document.
Personal Care Services: includes hair salons, barber shops, nail salons, spas, waxing centers, tattoo parlors, tanning salons, cosmetology schools, hair club services and other providers of personal care services. These services are limited to: can be performed while customer and employee are wearing a face covering over their nose and mouth ◆ Massages and body treatments (e.g. body wraps, scrubs) of 30 minutes or less.
Health & Fitness Centers: includes gyms, fitness centers, yoga, dance, cycling, pilates, barre studios, and other customer-facing fitness centers and are basically limited 1-1 training ◆ Outdoor fitness classes with up to 10 participants and prohibition on contact activities.
Retail: includes retailers and merchandisers such as: grocery stores; hardware stores; clothing stores; pharmacies; department stores; shopping malls.
Service Counters: includes stores providing assorted services for dropped off goods, such as: dry cleaners; electronics repair shops; shoe repair shops; car washes.
Offices: includes on-customer-facing offices such as: legal; accounting services; architectural/engineering design; and other professional services.
Manufacturing: includes non-customer-facing facilities engaged in the mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products like manufacturing facilities such as plants, factories and mills.
Outdoor Recreation: includes customer facing services such as driving ranges, outdoor shooting ranges, paintball courses, outdoor adventure parks.
Day Camps: includes recreational youth programs such as sports camps, recreational camps, educational camps, and religious camps limited to camps taking place during the day ONLY (overnight stays. permitted).
Toolkit (coming soon)
Youth Sports: includes sports games or matches, group sports lessons, team or group sports practices (no competitive sports permitted in Phase 3). Permitted are drills, practices, and lessons that do not involve contact between individuals and allow for 6-ft of social distancing to be maintained.