The lunch rush at Paris Bistro in Naperville Wednesday looked more like an afternoon in May, when dining establishments across Illinois were only allowed to serve customers outdoors in an effort to fight the spread of coronavirus.

“Oh, no.  Not again.  It’s going to be very tough,” said co-owner Jonathan Santos.

The Illinois Department of Public Health placed indoor dining at bars and restaurants on hold in Will and Kankakee Counties for at least fourteen days starting Wednesday, due to rising positivity rates in coronavirus testing.

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