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The following is an excerpt from the Executive Order 2020-47
Section 1. All public and nonpublic schools in Illinois serving
pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students may open for in-person
educational purposes following the completion of the regular 2019-2020
school term. All public and nonpublic schools must follow IDPH and ISBE
guidance during Phase 4 and take proactive measures to ensure the safety
of students, staff, and visitors, including, but not limited to the
following public health guidelines:
Limiting the number of people in one space to fifty or fewer.
compliance with social distancing requirements to the greatest extent
possible. For purposes of this Executive Order, social distancing
includes maintaining at least six-foot distance from other individuals
and discouraging physical contact between individuals.
symptom screenings and temperature checks or requiring individuals to
self-certify that they are free of COVID-19 symptoms before entering
Ensuring appropriate hygienic practices,
including washing hands with soap and water for at least twenty seconds
as frequently as possible or using hand sanitizer, covering coughs or
sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands), discouraging the sharing
of personal items, and regularly cleaning and disinfecting high-touch
Requiring the use of appropriate personal protective
equipment by students, staff, and visitors, including the use of face
coverings by individuals who are over age two and able to medically
tolerate a face covering. Schools must provide face coverings to all
employees who are not able to maintain a minimum six-foot social
distance at all times and, to the extent possible, make face coverings
available for all students.
Section 2. This Executive Order
supersedes any contrary provision of any other prior Executive Order.
Any provisions that are not contrary to those in this Executive Order
shall remain in full force and effect.