The State of Illinois revised guidelines for restaurants and bars on Monday as the State tries to reduce the amount of new COVID cases. The latest guidelinse will require patrons to wear masks during ANY interaction with wait staff, food service workers, and other employees at bars and restaurants. Face coverings must be worn over the nose and mouth when patrons are approached and served whether it’s from orders, delivery of food, and when tables are serviced.
New guidelines go into effect on Wednesday, August 26th. Governor JB Pritzker says face coverings will be required both indoors and outdoors.
The Governor urged Illinoisans to step up if they are going to eat out to protect restaurant employees.
You can find out more on the new guidelines by clicking here.