Gov. J.B. Pritzker Friday extended his COVID-19 executive orders and emergency declarations that were set to expire Saturday
Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, Pritzker has now issued 16 months of consecutive 30-day disaster proclamations. He’s also issued several dozen executive orders pertaining to COVID-19, ranging from prohibiting indoor dining to limiting gatherings and more. His orders have evolved over time.
Last month, he issued Executive Order 2021-11, which his office said reissues several executive orders, “extending a majority of the provisions through June 26, 2021.”
Friday’s disaster declaration and the reissued executive orders are set to expire on July 24, 2021. That includes a moratorium on residential evictions.
This %@$!# thing is OVER !!!!!!!!!!
I say things to my wife (who doesn’t know very much about reality) that there are people who don’t want this to go away. She rolls her eyes and says “Like who?”
THIS FAT ASSED HOG JOWLED FASCIST FUCKER, THAT’S WHO !!!!!