CHICAGO — Indoor dining will be allowed to resume in Chicago and suburban Cook County with new rules that bars and restaurants must follow.
Many restaurants and bars feared that if indoor dining did not resume, that they would not survive. If the metrics remain stable Saturday, dining rooms will be allowed to reopen for the first time since fall. Chicago and suburban Cook County were on track to move from Tier 2 to Tier 1 mitigations.
Service is resuming to the city earlier than originally planned after three straight days of a positivity rate below 8%.
Indoor diners on the first night of resumed service at Due Lire in Lincoln Square were thrilled to be sitting out of the cold and to be helping out a loved local business. Read more and Watch HERE