WBEZ reporter María Inés Zamudio shares how her family expedited the potential delay in getting her Spanish-speaking parents vaccinated.
Called Protect Chicago Plus, the program started in Belmont Cragin this past weekend, administering a whopping 1,500 doses in just two days.
Deliveries And Drive-Thrus: Christians Weighing Faith And Safety Have Many Options This Ash Wednesday
The Archdiocese of Chicago is advising priests to use a Q-tip or cotton ball to apply ashes — or, even better, to sprinkle them directly on parishioners’ heads.
White residents have gotten 66% of the vaccinations in the state so far. Black and Latino residents received 7% each.
WBEZ’s easy-to-use tool will help you figure out when you’ll become eligible to schedule a vaccination, the dates by phase, and where you’ll likely receive your inoculation.
Department members started getting vaccinated in late January. But less than 40% of CPD employees have indicated that they want the vaccine.
Promotoras de salud están luchando en contra la desinformación sobre el COVID-19 y vacunas en las comunidades latinos de Chicago
Estas promotoras de salud distribuyen información para eliminar mitos sobre el COVID-19 en barrios donde las infecciones están elevadas.
With trends in COVID-19 cases heading downward, Chicago announces plans to allow for more indoor dining heading into Valentine’s Day weekend. But not by much for smaller restaurants.
Illinois Residents With Disabilities, Some Health Risks Are Eligible For The COVID-19 Vaccine On Feb. 25
Pritzker’s expansion of vaccine eligibility comes as Illinois lags in vaccinations, and as many already eligible complain they can’t get a shot. Chicago and Cook County officials say they’re holding …
While white Chicagoans received the majority of initial COVID-19 vaccines, a WBEZ analysis shows health care workers actually live all over the city.