Images: Illinois moves to Phase 3, businesses open

 
 
Updated 5/29/2020 7:26 PM

Illinois moved into Phase 3 Friday and suburban malls, restaurants, salons, barbershops and shops opened to customers with COVID-19 safety guidelines in place.

Sidewalks were crowded with shoppers on Geneva's Third Street Friday afternoon. Most were not wearing masks.
  Sidewalks were crowded with shoppers on Geneva's Third Street Friday afternoon. Most were not wearing masks.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Outside diners packed many establishments on Third Street in Geneva Friday afternoon.
  Outside diners packed many establishments on Third Street in Geneva Friday afternoon.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Stylist/shop owner Angel Daniel cuts Tyler Hendershot's hair Friday morning at Sauvage Barber Parlor in Elgin. Hendershot is from Streamwood and said he was really needing this haircut. "I've been struggling pretty bad, I had my mom cut it and it wasn't that great," he said. "It was fixable," Daniel said.
  Stylist/shop owner Angel Daniel cuts Tyler Hendershot's hair Friday morning at Sauvage Barber Parlor in Elgin. Hendershot is from Streamwood and said he was really needing this haircut. "I've been struggling pretty bad, I had my mom cut it and it wasn't that great," he said. "It was fixable," Daniel said.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Donald Card of Wauconda chats with his friend as they and about 75 other people enjoy food and drinks at Dock's Bar and Grill on Bangs Lake in Wauconda Friday.
  Donald Card of Wauconda chats with his friend as they and about 75 other people enjoy food and drinks at Dock's Bar and Grill on Bangs Lake in Wauconda Friday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Three-year-old Dawson Naleck of Pingree Grove gets his hair cut by stylist Alex Medina as his mom, Julie, looks on at Sauvage Barber Parlor in Elgin Friday. "He definitely needed this haircut," she said. "He hasn't had one since February." It was Medina's second client of the day already at 9:15 am. "Feels great to be back at work," he said. "The masks have been a little weird when cutting around the ears at first but you get used to it."
  Three-year-old Dawson Naleck of Pingree Grove gets his hair cut by stylist Alex Medina as his mom, Julie, looks on at Sauvage Barber Parlor in Elgin Friday. "He definitely needed this haircut," she said. "He hasn't had one since February." It was Medina's second client of the day already at 9:15 am. "Feels great to be back at work," he said. "The masks have been a little weird when cutting around the ears at first but you get used to it."
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Sauvage Barber Parlor in Elgin reopened Friday with clear partitions between stations while not using all chairs in order to follow guidelines on occupancy. They said most of their stylists are booked solid for the next 2-3 weeks.
  Sauvage Barber Parlor in Elgin reopened Friday with clear partitions between stations while not using all chairs in order to follow guidelines on occupancy. They said most of their stylists are booked solid for the next 2-3 weeks.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Amber and Julius White of Naperville enjoy lunch with their children Julius, 3, and Elliana, 11, at Jackson Ave Pub Friday May 29, 2020 in Naperville. Dining, shopping, salons reopened Friday in Illinois. The White family lives near downtown Naperville and Amber White said that "it's great being able to start to get back to some sort of normalcy."
  Amber and Julius White of Naperville enjoy lunch with their children Julius, 3, and Elliana, 11, at Jackson Ave Pub Friday May 29, 2020 in Naperville. Dining, shopping, salons reopened Friday in Illinois. The White family lives near downtown Naperville and Amber White said that "it's great being able to start to get back to some sort of normalcy."
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Jimmy's Grill server Nina Rzeszutko, takes a lunch order from Chris Murre of Naperville Friday May 29, 2020 in Naperville. Dining, shopping, salons reopened Friday in Illinois.  "It's good to get back to bit of normal again. It's nice to be out to eat," said Murre.
  Jimmy's Grill server Nina Rzeszutko, takes a lunch order from Chris Murre of Naperville Friday May 29, 2020 in Naperville. Dining, shopping, salons reopened Friday in Illinois. "It's good to get back to bit of normal again. It's nice to be out to eat," said Murre.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Lori Rupsch gets her temp taken by Tyler Schayer, team lead at Mario Trococi Hair Salon & Day Spa in Libertyville.
  Lori Rupsch gets her temp taken by Tyler Schayer, team lead at Mario Trococi Hair Salon & Day Spa in Libertyville.
Mick Zawislak | Staff Photographer
Stylist Kerry Ryan gives Ashley Adams a smoothing treatment at Mario Trococi Hair Salon & Day Spa in Libertyville.
  Stylist Kerry Ryan gives Ashley Adams a smoothing treatment at Mario Trococi Hair Salon & Day Spa in Libertyville.
Mick Zawislak | Staff Photographer
Mario Tricoci and General Manager Jennie Bubloni at the Mario Trococi Hair Salon & Day Spa in Libertyville.
  Mario Tricoci and General Manager Jennie Bubloni at the Mario Trococi Hair Salon & Day Spa in Libertyville.
Mick Zawislak | Staff Photographer
Patrons line up at an outside entrance prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
  Patrons line up at an outside entrance prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Patrons line up at an outside entrance prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
  Patrons line up at an outside entrance prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Mary Stupen of Palatine is co-owner of Purple Me Green, The Science Store in Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. Safety measures are in place at the register and the store now sells cloth masks. Purple Me Green reopened Friday.
  Mary Stupen of Palatine is co-owner of Purple Me Green, The Science Store in Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. Safety measures are in place at the register and the store now sells cloth masks. Purple Me Green reopened Friday.
Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer
Patrons line up at an outside entrance prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
  Patrons line up at an outside entrance prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Shoppers waited patiently to get into Forever 21 in Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg on Friday.
  Shoppers waited patiently to get into Forever 21 in Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg on Friday.
Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer
Patrons line up at an outside entrance prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
  Patrons line up at an outside entrance prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Sign outside Eddie Bauer prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
  Sign outside Eddie Bauer prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Signage in place prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
  Signage in place prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Signage and the entry to a store is in place prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
  Signage and the entry to a store is in place prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Angie Panagakos, 95, of Hoffman Estates returned Friday to her usual weekly appointment at pH Salon in Schaumburg.
  Angie Panagakos, 95, of Hoffman Estates returned Friday to her usual weekly appointment at pH Salon in Schaumburg.
Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer
Mall Manager Laurie Van Dalen talks about changes that have been made related to COVID-19 protocol prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
  Mall Manager Laurie Van Dalen talks about changes that have been made related to COVID-19 protocol prior to the reopening of Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Campers line up early Friday morning to enter the Kane County Forest Perseve's Paul Wolff Campground on Big Timer Road in Elgin.
Campers line up early Friday morning to enter the Kane County Forest Perseve's Paul Wolff Campground on Big Timer Road in Elgin.
Courtesy of Darrin Kimsey of Elgin
Joyce Parich, lead manager at Egg Harbor in downtown Libertyville, prepares for lunch customers. "There's definitely good energy going on today. Sun is out. Feels good," she said.
  Joyce Parich, lead manager at Egg Harbor in downtown Libertyville, prepares for lunch customers. "There's definitely good energy going on today. Sun is out. Feels good," she said.
Mick Zawislak | Staff Photographer
Derek Hanley, owner of Peggy Kinnane's Irish Restaurant & Pub in downtown Arlington Heights, welcomed back his customers for outdoor service Friday.
  Derek Hanley, owner of Peggy Kinnane's Irish Restaurant & Pub in downtown Arlington Heights, welcomed back his customers for outdoor service Friday.
Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer
Tianna Dong, right, and her mom, Donna Dong, both of Arlington Heights, have lunch together at Peggy Kinanne's as businesses reopen in downtown Arlington Heights Friday. "I'm thrilled. It's very nice," Donna said. ""We've been cooking every day, we haven't dined out at all. "She (daughter Tianna) is a nurse, so she deserves this."
  Tianna Dong, right, and her mom, Donna Dong, both of Arlington Heights, have lunch together at Peggy Kinanne's as businesses reopen in downtown Arlington Heights Friday. "I'm thrilled. It's very nice," Donna said. ""We've been cooking every day, we haven't dined out at all. "She (daughter Tianna) is a nurse, so she deserves this."
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Waitress Zuzanna Grabowska wipes down an outdoor table at Armand's Pizzeria as businesses reopen in downtown Arlington Heights Friday. "I never thought I'd be so excited to go back to work. I think I shed tears of joy this morning," Grabowska said.
  Waitress Zuzanna Grabowska wipes down an outdoor table at Armand's Pizzeria as businesses reopen in downtown Arlington Heights Friday. "I never thought I'd be so excited to go back to work. I think I shed tears of joy this morning," Grabowska said.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Customer Karen Bogdan picks out items at A La Mode as businesses reopen in downtown Arlington Heights Friday. "I love it. I've been window shopping but I really like coming in," Bogdan said.
  Customer Karen Bogdan picks out items at A La Mode as businesses reopen in downtown Arlington Heights Friday. "I love it. I've been window shopping but I really like coming in," Bogdan said.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Lindsay Gerhardt and Geoff Young both of Volo enjoy a drink at Dock's Bar and Grill on Friday.
  Lindsay Gerhardt and Geoff Young both of Volo enjoy a drink at Dock's Bar and Grill on Friday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
A large crowd gathers at Dock's Bar and Grill in Wauconda as Illinois lifts the ban on restaurants because of the coronavirus pandemic.
  A large crowd gathers at Dock's Bar and Grill in Wauconda as Illinois lifts the ban on restaurants because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Joe Fye and his wife, Jeanette, and daughter, Sammie, 21, of Hawthorn Woods enjoy a meal on the outdoor patio at Dock's Bar and Grill on Bangs lake in Wauconda on Friday.
  Joe Fye and his wife, Jeanette, and daughter, Sammie, 21, of Hawthorn Woods enjoy a meal on the outdoor patio at Dock's Bar and Grill on Bangs lake in Wauconda on Friday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Duke Ross, owner of Main Street Social in downtown Libertyville readies for Friday an evening diners. "I can't take any more reservations," he said.
  Duke Ross, owner of Main Street Social in downtown Libertyville readies for Friday an evening diners. "I can't take any more reservations," he said.
Mick Zawislak | Staff Photographer
Andy-John Kalkounos, whose family owns Chicago Prime Italian in Schaumburg and other restaurants. Chicago Prime Italian opened for outdoor service late Friday afternoon. Kalkounos said up to 400 guests could be accommodated daily if demand is there.
  Andy-John Kalkounos, whose family owns Chicago Prime Italian in Schaumburg and other restaurants. Chicago Prime Italian opened for outdoor service late Friday afternoon. Kalkounos said up to 400 guests could be accommodated daily if demand is there.
Bob Susnjara | Staff Photographer
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