Health & Wellness

January 23, 2021
Dear Chicagoan,
Please be advised that, effective immediately, Chicago has moved to the Tier 1 Mitigations Measures set by the State of Illinois. Please see below for an overview of these new mitigations, which are in effect as of 9:00am today.
Overview of Tier 1 Mitigation Measures
Restaurants and Bars
  • Can reopen indoors at lesser of 25% or 25 people per space.
  • Food must be available at all times in order to offer indoor service. This means that bars, taverns or breweries without a food license can reopen indoors as long as they partner with a food establishment so that food is available to patrons at all times (e.g., making menus available and allowing delivery, allowing patrons to order from third-party delivery services).
  • Table size limited to no more than four people per indoor table and six people per outdoor table
  • Outdoor service can continue under existing regulations, including tables that are within eight feet of walls that are at least 50% open
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times, except when patrons are seated and actively eating or drinking
  • Patrons must be seated whenever they are eating or drinking
  • Tables must be six feet apart
  • Indoor service limited to no more than two hours
  • All bars and restaurants must close at 11:00pm for on-site service and pick-up/delivery of alcohol. Pick-up and delivery of food can continue after 11:00pm.
Event Venues
  • Events are limited to the lesser of 25 guests or 25% of overall room capacity both indoors and outdoors
  • Indoor events can serve food or drinks, but indoor service guidelines must be followed:
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times, except when patrons are seated and actively eating or drinking
  • Four people per indoor table
  • Patrons must be seated whenever they are eating or drinking
  • Tables must be six feet apart
  • Indoor events must end at 11:00pm
Health and Fitness Centers
  • Indoor capacity increased to 40%, with no more than 50 people within one area
  • Group classes of 15 or fewer can resume under the 40% capacity restriction
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times
Indoor recreation
  • Indoor capacity increased to the lesser of 40% or 50 people
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times
Movie Theaters and Performance Venues
No capacity change from Tier 2 to Tier 1
  • Can operate indoors at 40% capacity, with no more than 50 people in any one space
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times
Retail Stores
No capacity change from Tier 2 to Tier 1
  • Grocery stores and pharmacies can operate at 50% capacity, all other stores at 40% capacity
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times
Museums
No capacity change from Tier 2 to Tier 1
  • Can operate indoors at 40% capacity
  • Guided tours limited to 50 people
  • Groups limited to 10 people
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times
Personal Services
No capacity change from Tier 2 to Tier 1
  • Can operate 40% capacity, with no more than 50 people in any one space
  • Face coverings can be removed only for services that require their removal
Places of worship
No capacity change from Tier 2 to Tier 1
  • Can operate at 40% capacity, with no more than 50 people in any one space
  • Special events capped at no more than 25 people
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times
Updated regulations will be posted at www.chicago.gov/reopening shortly. Additionally, to help businesses navigate these new mitigations, we will be holding two webinars this week. Join us on Monday, January 25, at 2:00pm for “Overview of the Tier 1 Mitigation Measures” and Tuesday, January 26 at 2:00pm for “Overview of the Tier 1 Mitigation Measures for Restaurants and Bars”. Register and learn more at www.chicago.gov/businesseducation.
To track Chicago’s continued progress in the fight against COVID-19 and for more details on the state-imposed mitigation measures, visit IDPH’s website here. In order to continue loosening restrictions and move to Phase Four, we need to meet the following metrics set by the State of Illinois
  • A test positivity rate less than or equal to 6.5% for three consecutive days as measured by the 7-day rolling average (currently NOT meeting this metric); AND
  • Greater than 20% percent available staffed ICU hospital beds for three consecutive days, on a 7-day rolling average (currently meeting this metric); AND
  • No sustained increase in the number of COVID-19 patients in the hospital in 7 out of the last 10 days, on a 7-day average (currently meeting this metric)
As a reminder, now is the time to double down on what works to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to keep our businesses open. BACP will continue to enforce these new regulations, particularly the rules for limited indoor service at bars and restaurants. Please continue to wear face coverings, maintain social distancing, avoid gatherings and follow the regulations closely. Thank you for your ongoing commitment to follow the COVID-19 regulations and help Chicago continue to move forward in the fight against this deadly virus.

 

Health & Wellness Education Resource  Guide
https://www.claretianassociates.org/south-chicago-neighborhood-network.html

 


Info Shared by Alderwoman Garaz

 

If You Are Experiencing Symptoms

The city launched ‘Chi COVID Coach,’ a mobile-friendly, web-based app to support residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you think you might be having symptoms, check in with the app — and they will check back with you via text message during your illness with information about what you and others your household should do. Click Start Coach to begin. https://covidcoach.chicago.gov/intake-form

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access Community Health Network is sharing a COVID-19 Update.Like Page
Did you use your voice and join a protest over the last week? If so, protect yourself and those around you by getting tested for COVID-19.

Call 1.800.836.7633 to schedule an appointment at one of our 5 Chicago testing sites. There is NO CHARGE to patients. Learn more at https://bit.ly/3cCfC6a

Info Shared by The Neighborhood Network Alliance and South Shore Works

Info Shared by Alderwoman Garza

Info Shared by Danielle Richards:

 

http://chicagofamilyhealth.org/

9119 S Exchange Ave, Chicago, IL 60617
Phone(773) 768-5000

10536 S Ewing Ave, Chicago, IL 60617

 

 

Advocate Outpatient Center located at 901 East 95th 

 

 

Mission Chicago South Shore Medical Marijuana Dispensary
8554 S Commercial Ave, Chicago, IL 60617
(833) 768-4357
https://missiondispensaries.com/

 

 

http://www.ccjuandiego.org/index.html

8812 S Commercial Ave, Chicago, IL 60617
773-731-0109
Centro Communitario Juan Diego has been making
a difference in South Chicago for 20 years.

The center was founded by eight Latina women who
had the courage to oppose hardships.

As a grassroots community based organization we
operate many vital programs focused on health care
issues, community organizing, social services, and
family education. Through our efforts we hope to foster
confident leaders for today and tomorrow.

South Shore Culture Center:
Adult Painting
Ceramics
Salsa
Step Aerobics Class
 National Steppers Society Classes
(www.nationalsteppers.com)
773-256-0149 Park District
http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/South-Shore-Cultural-Center/

 

Rainbow Beach Park District “Workout Center”
http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/rainbow-beach-park/

 


Don Nash Park District “Workout Center”
“Swimming Pool”
://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/Don-Nash-Community-Center/

 

Bessmer Park District “Workout Center”
“Boxing Ring” Out Door Pool
http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks/bessemer-park/

 

Rowan Chicago Park District “Ice Skating”
11546 S Ave L, Chicago, IL 60617
(773) 646-3180
https://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/parks-facilities/Rowan-Park/

 

 

 

ZUMBA WITH YOUR FAVORITE SONGS and cool ladies!
•7:30-8:30PM
•10523 S EWING AVE CHICAGO IL
Call (312) 593-8504
-fit dance/Zumba
-cumbia/bachata classes
-Quinceañeras
-personal trainer

 

 

 

Rebuild Foundation/Dorchester House
Dance, Meditation, Writing

https://rebuild-foundation.org

South Chicago YMCA

www.YMCACHICAGO.ORG

 bodgenlogo-825Doctor Solomon Health and Wellness Center
2011 E. 75th St. Suite 106
Chicago, IL 60649

  • Phone: 312-225-1100
  • Fax: 773-363-7822

Welcome to Doctor Solomon Health and Wellness Center!
At Doctor Solomon Health and Wellness Center, we take great pride in providing the finest chiropractic wellness care to our patients. Below is a sampling of the different chiropractic services we offer in our Chicago office.

Chiropractic Care: “Stress Test”

  • Nutritional Counseling

  • Corrective Exercises

  • Spinal & Postural Exam

  • Lifestyle Advice

  • Physiotherapy

 

The Scentuary by Robin Boyd, Owner

 

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Access your inner being … The Scentuary has scents for your soul to affirm the greatness in YOU! 

The Scentuary was founded to create a healing space in the community that fosters authenticity, balance, interconnection, harmony, and spirituality for wellness.

Be divinely inspired with aromatherapy that compliments the needs of your life. Unlock your infinite intelligence & enhance your aura. Elevate clarity, ecstasy, focus & purpose by deliberately creating lotions and potions to keep you inspired.

Discover true happiness & realize your potential through the power of scent. Get ready to unleash your inner nirvana, creativity, and freedom to maximize enjoyment, relaxation and self-love. The Scentuary is your source for rejuvenating health, wealth, peace, and perfect self expression! 

2154 E. 71ST ST.

CHICAGO,IL 60649

P: 773. 643.1425

E: scentuary@sbcglobal.net

 http://www.thescentuary.com/

 

 

 

 

 Yugo and Painting
Pink Giraffe Art Studio (Sip N Paint)
2340 E 75th St
Chicago, Illinois 60649
(773) 609-5651

D-Sweatbox Bootcamp at the Quarry M-F 5am to 6am and Call for Saturday Workout Schedule

Mail: dsweatbox@gmail.com

Tel: 312.953.8487

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