The Illinois Liquor Control Commission hasn’t issued any violations “on any grand scale” against liquor establishments violating COVID-19 orders. That’s according to the commission’s executive director.
During the commission’s Wednesday meeting, Executive Director Chima Enyia said the commission is connecting with legislators and local officials about complaints of establishments or community members “completely or aggressively” out of compliance with the governor’s COVID-19 prohibitions of indoor service at bars and restaurants.
“They can just send people to our website and file complaints in our conventional way,” Enyia said.
The entire state has had blanket restrictions