Illinois driver services facilities to remain closed through Jan. 24 because of COVID

by Washington Examiner

Washington Examiner— Don’t expect to get to the Secretary of State’s office to conduct business in person until Jan. 24.

Washington Examiner—Illinois driver services facilities to close for two weeks to slow the spread of COVID-19. Illinois driver services facilities will be closed for two weeks to try to slow the spread of COVID-19 after the start of the year.

Chicago Sun-Times—Illinois driver services facilities to shut down in January due to COVID-19 spike. People wait in long lines to use the Secretary of State Driver Services facility in Naperville in June. All Illinois facilities will shut down in early January due to a spike in COVID-19 cases. | Rich Hein/Sun-Times file With coronavirus case counts at an all-time high, facilities will be closed from Jan. 3 through 17. Illinois driver services facilities will shut down for two weeks in early January due to the state’s record-breaking surge in COVID-19 cases. Illinois Secretary of State...

The Telegraph—Covid latest news: Britain is close to 'living with covid' as pressure on NHS and public services diminishes. ​​Britain is close to living with Covid, Michael Gove has said, as he confirmed that "the pressure on the NHS and on vital public services is abating".