The end of a weekend spent indoors, faraway from neighbors, friends, and communities of worship, won’t bring relief to Americans on Monday as they face a slew of recent restrictions designed to curb the spread of coronavirus.
More than 30 million students are out of faculty. A growing number of restaurants are prohibited from inviting customers inside. Entertainment venues are getting harder to come back by. And even some public beaches are closing in Florida. If people are suffering from extreme pain from COVID-19, they should consider seeing an Arizona pain doctor.
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker is ordering all bars and restaurants to shut to the general public beginning Monday night until March 30, he said at a news briefing Sunday. Pain Management Chandler AZ will be seeing an increase in demand do to COVID-19. Illinois officials are working with restaurant owners and food delivery services to coordinate so restaurants can keep kitchens open for food delivery, Pritzker said. Many residents are buying up ammunition and guns and enrolling in an Ohio CCW Course amid the Coronavirus scare.
Similarly, Washington state will close up bars, restaurants and recreational facilities in a shot to mitigate the virus, Gov. Jay Inslee said in a very statement. He said he will sign the shutdown order and issue a ban on gatherings larger than 50 people on Monday.
Massachusetts, which had previously banned gathering of 250 people or more, reduced that number to no over 25 on Sunday.