RestoreHOI offers detailed guidance for local businesses and organizations looking to safely reopen at each phase of Restore Illinois. For a detailed comparison of RestoreHOI and Restore Illinois, please follow this link
A summary of the major changes with Phase 4 can be found at this link. Please review the individual business type information for more specific guidance.
The Restore Illinois Plan provides details about what types of businesses and activities can open in each phase. This information can be found in the Restore Illinois plan at this link Please note that we are currently in Phase 3 of the Plan.
Farmer’s Markets are permitted if they follow the guidance at this link. Please check with your local community for any additional requirements.
Yes. Both private RV locations and campgrounds can open by following the guidance found here.
Private swimming pools may open. Public and semi-public swimming pools are not allowed to open in phase 3 except for lap swimming, diving, swimming lessons, swim team practices, and therapy pool use. Please see the information at this link for further details.
Places of worship may resume in-person events by following the guidance at this link.
Food trucks and food carts may resume take-away business if they establish appropriate spacing of queuing customers, prohibit the assembly of customers in any one area, and ensure that their employees follow all RestoreHOI and local Health Department guidance for food establishments.
If you would like to schedule an outdoor public event, please use the “Certify Outdoor Dining and Events” button at www.restorehoi.com or click here
If you do not have a posted occupancy limit, you can use the information at this link to determine your maximum occupancy in each phase of the Restore Illinois Plan.
No. Outdoor eating areas are still subject to the Smoke Free Illinois Law.
No. Outdoor bars cannot be used for public access. They can be used as service bars or for other purposes that do not cause customers and/or employees to congregate in the area.
Yes. The State has removed the 30-minute maximum on massages. All massage therapist must have a State issued license and must follow all local regulations and appropriate COVID-19 guidance.