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Fines of up to $10K possible as Chicago ramps up enforcement of Phase 4 coronavirus guidelines

11 monthes ago   |   By WGN TV

CHICAGO - The City of Chicago will start ramping up enforcement of Phase 4 guidelines to make sure businesses are following the coronavirus reopening rules over the holiday weekend.
The focus will be on businesses, particularly bars and restaurants. They will get fined for not following public health guidelines.
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This weekend, officials with the Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection will be making their rounds, visiting bars and restaurants throughout the city.
They'll be looking for violations related to social distancing, capacity...
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Reopening Chicago: City to crack down on businesses for Phase 4 violations

Reopening Chicago: City to crack down on businesses for Phase 4 violations

11 monthes ago   |   By ABC

The city of Chicago will begin cracking down on Phase Four guidelines for businesses starting Thursday.
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