CHICAGO (CBS) — Citing a surge in COVID-19 circumstances, Secretary of State Jesse White stated beginning September 1, Secretary of State workers who haven’t been vaccinated could have get repeated COVID-19 testing.
“As the pandemic continues to surge nationally, we must do all we can to maintain the safety of our customers and employees and this is an important step in doing that,” stated White.
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Secretary of State Employees should present proof of their vaccination standing. Those who aren’t vaccinated should “submit the results of COVID-19 tests every two weeks.”
The state company is requiring all workers and prospects at driver providers amenities, Secretary of State Offices and the Illinois State Capitol Complex to put on masks inside these places.
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White stated his office prolonged expiration dates for driver’s licenses and ID playing cards till January 1, 2022. Expired paperwork will keep legitimate till January 1, 2022.
— IL SOS Office (@ILSecOfState) July 30, 2021
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