Coronavirus Illinois Stay-at-Home Order for May: Mask requirement, religious service changes and more
This article discusses Illinois Governor JB Prtizker’s changes to his stay-at-home order permitting attendance of 10 or less at places of worship while drive-in services and online services continue to be recommended by the State of Illinois. Before these changes, Governor JB Prtizker was sued by a church claiming their religious freedoms had been violated. The lawsuit was filed by the Thomas More Society.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Crews, Julian, "Coronavirus Illinois Stay-at-Home Order for May: Mask requirement, religious service changes and more" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Law and Public Policy. 7.