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COVID-19 Recovery Commitment

Covid Safety Commitment

Currently, Chicago's North Shore is in Phase 3 of the Restore Illinois Plan. In this phase, hotels are open as are our restaurants for take-out, delivery or Outdoor Dining. Retail is also open on a limited basis. No gatherings of any kind of over 10 people can take place.

If all the COVID-19 numbers continue in a postiive direction, our area will move into Phase 4 where restaurants will be open for indoor dining at limited capacities plus all of the above. No gatherings of over 50 people will be allowed.

The Restore Illinois plan dictates that gatherings larger than 50 cannot take place until Phase 5. At this time, we do not know when this will take place.

We Pledge:

Wash Hands Clean Hands
Implement staff protocols for rigorous hand-washing, and provide hand-sanitizing or hand-washing stations for customers.
   
Face Coverings Face Coverings
Require staff of businesses to wear face coverings when interacting with guests. Require our customers to wear face coverings, if medically able.
   
Social Distance Social Distance
Reduce our occupancy and ensure staff and guests practice social distancing guidelines of 6 feet.
   
Sanitation Sanitization
Follow CDC guidance for cleaning and sanitizing surfaces, equipment, and other elements in our environment.
   
Wellness Checks Wellness Checks
Conduct wellness screenings of staff and limit contact with other staff and guests.
   
Training and Protocols Training and Protocols
Train staff of businesses on safety procedures and implement protocols to increase guest well-being.
   
Public Health Guidelines Public Health Guidelines
Adhere to all orders and directives issued by Centers for Disease Control, Illinois Department of Public Health, and our local County Health Department.