COVID-19 News

Phase 5 

June 11- Testing, tracing and treatment are widely available throughout the state. Either a vaccine is developed to prevent the additional spread of COVID-19, a treatment option is readily available that ensures health care capacity is no longer a concern, or there are no new cases over a sustained period. All sectors of the economy reopen with new health and hygiene practices permanently in place. Large gatherings of all sizes can resume. Public health experts focus on lessons learned and building out the public health infrastructure needed to meet and overcome future challenges. Health care equity is made a priority to improve health outcomes and ensure vulnerable communities receive the quality care they deserve.


region 7 moves to BRIDGE PHASE
The Village of Frankfort continues to monitor the development of the COVID-19 pandemic and follows guidance received from the county, state, and federal officials. On May 14, Illinois entered the Bridge Phase, the last step before full reopening. If statewide COVID-19 metric remains steady, Illinois will move into Phase 5—where all capacity limits are lifted—on June 11.

having safe holidays
November 20, 2020 - Retired Mayor Jim Holland, Trustee Margaret Farina, Dr. Christopher Udovich, Chief Medical Officer of Silver Cross Hospital, Steve Brandy, Public Information Officer for the Will County Health Department, and a very special guest straight from the North Pole, discuss ways we can stay safe during the holidays amid a pandemic.


keeping frankfort open
November 4, 2020 - In this public service announcement, Retired Mayor Jim Holland, Trustee Margaret Farina, Dr. Christopher Udovich, Chief Medical Officer of Silver Cross Hospital, and Steve Brandy, Public Information Officer for the Will County Health Department, discuss ways we can help our Frankfort businesses stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic.