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Coronavirus Updates and Information Resources

Masks Required in City Buildings and at Public Meetings

Effective Aug. 30, 2021, the State of Illinois requires masks to be worn indoors by all individuals, both vaccinated and unvaccinated. Masks are required for everyone inside City buildings, including at all public meetings.

The latest (CDC) guidance recommends every person, including fully vaccinated individuals, wear a mask indoors in public settings where levels are “substantial” or “high,” to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant CDC maintains a website that tracks COVID-19 transmission by county at

To schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment, visit the Kane County Health Department’s vaccine website

Vaccine Information

Visit KANEVAX.ORG  to schedule an appointment at a vaccination site in Kane County, or call 855-4-KANEVAX (855.452.6382).

For more information about the vaccine, visit these health department websites:

Kane County Health Department Website

Illinois Department of Public Health Website

Governor Announces the State of Illinois is Fully Reopen as of June 11. Click here to visit the State of Ilinois website for more.

On May 5, 2020, Gov. Pritzker outlined the State of Illinois plan to reopen. Read it here.

What are the Symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

What to Do if You are Not Feeling Well

Testing Sites

How to Protect Yourself and Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

Kane County COVID-19 Statistics

    How Does this Apply to St. Charles?

    • All residents should follow the guidelines in the  Governor’s Restore Illinois Plan.
    • Residents should continue to practice 6 ft. social distancing, wear a mask in public, and wash hands frequently to help slow virus transmission. More information about preventing the spread of COVID-19 and the symptoms to watch for is at
    • Do not hoard groceries and supplies.
    • The City of St. Charles will continue to provide essential services.
    • Inform 911 dispatchers of all symptoms you are having so first responders are prepared when arriving on scene.

    Information Resources

    State of Illinois  

    Public Health & Safety Agencies

    Visit these agencies' websites for information about coronavirus prevention, symptoms, outbreak trends, and the federal response.

    Food Delivery for Seniors

    • Meals on Wheels (Senior Services Associates) at 630.879.4035
    • Local Salvation Army Drive Up Food Pantry 630.377.2769
    • Northern Illinois Foodbank 630.443.6916

    Other Community Organizations

    The City encourages residents to seek information from the school districtpark district, and other community agencies regarding their policies during this time.

    Help for Small Businesses

    These organizations have information and resources for small businesses:

    Restaurants & Bars

    Below are options for take out and delivery at local restaurants:

    created Mar 03, 2020 updated Oct 28, 2021