JB Pritzker, the governor of Illinois, has been giving a daily briefing to the media related to the response of his administration towards the COVID-19 outbreak in Illinois. Pritzker announced the launch of a new website this morning. The website will keep the Illinoisans updated on the response of the government and resources available for them in the current challenging situation.
Pritzker said, “My administration is doing everything in our power to support our working families and our small businesses.” The administration has been providing new information on a daily basis to the public. Pritzker added that the community needed to consider the new website as a hub for all resources. The administration has taken several steps to allocate the resources to the public hit by the COVID-19.
All information related to the resource allocation will be available on the new website. You can visit the webpage at https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/coronavirus/Pages/default.aspx. The website contains different sections including news, prevention, preparation, resources, FAQs, and About Coronavirus. The website launch is an effort to provide as much information to the public as possible.
The website will make the public aware of the latest announcements from the Governor’s office. It will provide tips and safe health practices. The preparatory measures are needed to be taken in order to keep yourself and your family safe. The website contains information about what to do if someone gets infected by the coronavirus in your family.
Illinois has been working on the strategy of encouraging people to maintain social distancing. It is the best way to fight the deadly virus, according to health experts. Pritzker has banned the gatherings of 50 or more people in the state. The health officials in Illinois urged the residents to stay at their home in this challenging time. You can report any suspected case of COVID-19 at http://www.dph.illinois.gov/.