In Chicago, Illinois, restaurants and bars remain closed due to concerns for the coronavirus. Illinois Governor Governor J.B. Pritzker ordered closures after many still congregated at public places on St. Patrick’s Day, despite government warnings to keep a social distance. Restaurants can still open for takeout business.
CGTN Correspondent Liu Xiaoqian talked to some people about the situation in the city.
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