Supporting Local Restaurants during Mitigation

Community members can continue to play a critical role in supporting our local restaurants. As we head into mitigation efforts, residents can take the following steps:

1) Continue to follow IDPH and C-UPHD guidelines and wear your mask and social distance

2) Dine outdoors as weather allows.

3) Utilize curbside pickup and delivery services

4) Respect the curbside pickup zones in downtown and campustown districts

5) Tip generously when ordering to support hospitality workers

6) Stay up-to-date on business changes

With your compliance and support, we can continue to ensure the success of our local hospitality industry. Thank you for your commitment to keeping Champaign County Safe!

Slow The Spread through Testing

Slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Champaign County is only possible through rigorous testing. Take personal responsibility to get tested at the free testing site at Market Place Mall, available 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m., seven days a week with no referral necessary.

Learn more about the free testing site at Market Place Mall and get tested today.

Leading through Innovation

In the six months since COVID-19 became pervasive in the United States, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has been diligent in their efforts to mitigate the spread. Through research and innovation, their prodigious efforts combined with the compliance of students, faculty, and staff have kept the campus and surrounding community safe.

Here’s a look at the extraordinary efforts happening right here in Champaign County.

Source: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Through rigorous testing and contact tracing, we continue to see low positivity rates both on campus, and in the surrounding communities.

Let’s continue to be diligent in our efforts to keep Champaign County Safe.