Chicago mayor imposes curfew on city bars, restaurants and nonessential businesses as coronavirus cases spike

CHICAGO — Days after threatening to roll back restrictions on Chicago businesses if COVID-19 cases continue to spike, Mayor Lori Lightfoot followed through Thursday by imposing a 10 p.m. curfew on all nonessential city businesses.In addition to the curfew starting Friday, the city will again prohibit indoor service at traditional taverns and brewery taprooms without food licenses, and asked residents to cap any social gatherings at six people.With new daily cases in Chicago up more than 50% over just a few weeks ago and rates rising dramatically elsewhere in Illinois as well, Lightfoot cast th…

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