OAK PARK, Ill. (CBS) — This Easter weekend, business owners are upset about more COVID-19 mitigations that could come this week.
Those in suburban Cook County are now renewing calls for data and vaccine eligibility.
As CBS 2’s Steven Graves reported Sunday night, Cook County health officials said this weekend that they were “extremely” concerned with a sharp increase in coronavirus cases, and said new mitigations on indoor dining could come down in days.
Business owners have been left feeling like unjustified targets.
The owner of Oak Park Brewing Co. just has two simple questions.
“Where does it end?” said Jim Cozzens. “When are we going to just be allowed to do what we’re supposed to be doing?”
Cozzens’ bar and restaurant just opened days ago at 155 S. Oak Park Ave. in Oak Park. The indoor dining capacity is already limited to 50 percent because of COVID-19, and his outdoor space is not …