Coronavirus cases in the United States are undoubtedly growing exponentially, and now one city has issued a stay-at-home advisory order.
According to Chicago's mayor, Lori Lightfoot, a stay-at-home advisory has been issued to all residents in Chicago, which basically asks residents only to leave their homes for essential needs. To be clear, this isn't a lockdown, but instead a formal way to ask residents to stay indoors. This proposal by the mayor is, of course, an attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the city.
The stay-at-home advisory makes sense as well due to Chicago being the United States' third-biggest city to face massive increases in new coronavirus cases. At the moment, Cook County, which includes Chicago, has recorded 91.6 new daily cases per 100,000 people on a seven-day moving average. For context, anything about 25 cases per 100,000 is considered to be in the "red zone". The stay-at-home advisory will become effective next Monday on November 16th.
Chicago mayor, Lori Lightfoot, said, "I'm issuing a stay-at-home advisory asking all Chicagoans to only leave their homes for essential needs, including work and school."
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