Chicago health officials are preparing to release guidance for celebrating Halloween this week.
The Chicago Department of Public Health told NBC Chicago Monday that the city "should have an updated Halloween guidance later this week."
"CDPH does follow the CDC and recommend people consult them if they have questions in the meantime," the department said in a statement.
The update comes just after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention appeared to have released updated guidance over the weekend for those looking to celebrate the holiday season safely.
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But the portion of the agency's website reflecting holiday guidance, refreshed on Friday, was taken down on Monday.
"The content is in the process of being updated by CDC to reflect current guidance ahead of this holiday season," CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund said in a statement. "The page had a technical update on Friday, but doesn’t reflect the CDC’s guidance ahead of this upcoming holiday season. CDC will share additional guidance soon."
Chicago had already announced the return of some of the city's popular in-person holiday traditions last month.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said that in-person holiday festivities would return this year, beginning with Halloween.
According to the mayor's office and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, Halloween community events will return citywide.
In addition, winter traditions will return at Millennium Park, including ice skating and the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony, which will be held on Nov. 19.
Last year, the Christmas tree lighting ceremony was conducted virtually and the Millennium Park McCormick Tribune Ice Rink closed for the season.
Illinois' health department has not responded to requests for comment.