Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot disapproves of a measure that would allow public health officials to disclose the addresses of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus.

According to The Chicago Tribune, the measure is only a recommendation, but the Cook County Department of Public Health is planning to follow the Cook County Board of Commissioners' instructions and share the addresses with first responders in Cook County.

According to the measure, the public health department will be allowed to disclose the addresses with 911 dispatchers in Cook County every day for two months. The resolution only applies to suburban Cook County, not Chicago, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.