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State historic sites, recreational areas closed indefinitely

All state parks, fish and wildlife areas, recreational areas and historic sites are closed until further notice in the latest social distancing measures taken by Illinois officials to combat the spread of coronavirus disease, COVID-19.

COVID-19 FRIDAY UPDATE: Pritzker closes schools for 2 weeks COVID-19 FRIDAY UPDATE: Pritzker closes schools for 2 weeks

COVID-19 FRIDAY UPDATE: Pritzker closes schools for 2 weeks

Public and private Illinois schools will be closed for two weeks, starting Tuesday, March 17, and reopening Tuesday, March 31, per a Friday order from Gov. JB Pritzker. The announcement came as public health officials also announced 14 new cases of COVID-19 in Illinois.
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