After Thanksgiving break, most local colleges and universities plan to move all remaining classes online to help keep the virus at bay.
Preschoolers and special education students would start Jan. 11, and elementary school kids would head back to class part-time starting Feb. 1.
Advocates say telehealth isn’t just convenient, but helps close significant gaps in health care. Others worry its use could drive up costs.
The new restrictions will limit capacity in retail stores, and the state urges Illinoisans to work from home and not interact with people outside of their households.
From overhauling waiting rooms to delaying surgeries, hospitals in Illinois are making room for COVID-19 patients.
Chicago’s public health commissioner says the city has been preparing for a COVID-19 vaccine distribution. Gov. JB Pritzker also put together a draft state plan in October.
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As COVID-19 cases rise, schools are weighing the risk of in-person learning versus what is lost when students learn remotely.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart, who runs the jail, said Thursday he needs help reducing the jail’s population to slow COVID-19 spread.
The new advisory takes effect in Chicago Monday morning, and only requests residents limit their time outside of the house. But the governor is threatening a shut down soon.