CHICAGO (CBS) — Court is back in session, in person, in Cook County.

It’s been nearly four months of hearing cases though online video-conference calls. But Monday, some court buildings around Cook County are back open.

People heading into court at the Daley Center had their temperatures taken before going inside. It’s a safety plan that’s been in the works for two months.

Attorneys and litigants may appear in-person, but some judges will continue to hear cases online as a safety precaution.

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