Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has detailed a new approach to reopening the state’s economy in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The plan is to divide the state into four discrete “health regions” that may be treated differently depending on how well they’re doing in controlling the spread of the virus.
It’s not a case of one size fits all.
The four regions, including metro Chicago, the northwest part of the state, Central Illinois and Southern Illinois will be judged by various health-related metrics, he said. But each will have “the ability to independently move through a phased approach of reopening, based on those criteria.”
With his announcement, Pritzker is moving towards the position of some of his critics, who have argued that it’s unfair to expect people in downstate areas (where the pandemic is largely under control) to limit their activities the same way as those in Chicago.
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