Gov. J.B. Pritzker will lift indoor mask mandate by Feb. 28, but rules remain in place for schools

But COVID-19 hospitalization figures have dropped dramatically in recent weeks. As of Monday night, Illinois hospitals reported about 2,600 hospitalized with the virus, far less than the peak four weeks earlier of 7,380, but still above the weekly averages of 1,650 last May when Pritzker loosened emergency orders to allow vaccinated people to go maskless indoors in public, and the 760 average when he lifted the mandate for everyone else last June.

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