There’s no mass-vaccination sign-up for the COVID-19 vaccine. Chicagoans in the next priority group will likely hear from their doctor or employer how to sign up.
The county started vaccinations Wednesday. The close quarters make the facility a constant concern during the pandemic.
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The union agreed Wednesday to ask members to vote to collectively refuse to report to schools as CPS gears up for more in-person learning.
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On Chicago’s South Side, the distinctly modern Liberty Baptist Church played a fascinating role in the Republican party’s flirtation with civil rights leadership in 1960.