All Chicago Parks and Libraries closed Chicago
All Chicago Parks and Libraries closed from Saturday.
Recently, the governor of Chicago J.B. Pritzker announced a "stay at home" order amidst coronavirus outbreak. Mayor Lori Lightfoot declared the closure of all the parks and libraries in Chicago from Saturday. Mayor took this decision in respect of the "stay at home" order of the governor and to halt the "non-essential" businesses. People can still go to parks for a walk and physical activities, maintaining a safe social distance.
The facilities provided in parks like field houses are shutdown. People will need to maintain 6 feet distance from each other in any public place. The public libraries of Chicago will be entirely cordoned off. Libraries have been shut looking at the threat of COVID-19 among the librarians. The libraries of other cities like New York, Houston, Boston, and Los Angeles have been closed.