More than half of Chicagoans have now received their first vaccine dose — but getting the next half vaccinated won’t be easy.
A month after vaccinations at the West Side hospital were suspended for giving access to ineligible people, Chicago says it is partnering with Loretto Hospital to restart a hospital-based vaccine …
The state is about the middle of the pack, nationwide in COVID-19 vaccine administration — but Chicago lags. Here’s what you need to know.
Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose shot accounts for roughly 5% of the COVID-19 vaccines shipped to Chicago and Illinois, but Tuesday’s pause by federal regulators raised questions.
The state public health department says the pause comes out of “an abundance of caution” as federal regulators investigate rare cases of people getting blood clots after receiving the shot.
More elderly and white residents said the worst is behind us, while more Black, Latino and younger residents said the worst is now or yet to come.
All Illinois Residents 16 And Older Can Get Vaccinated Starting Monday. Here’s What You Need To Know.
Illinois opened up vaccines to all adults — but Chicago says, “not yet.” Here’s how to make sense of the different timelines.
Starting Monday, Illinois residents 16 and older are eligible for a shot anywhere in the state except Chicago — but city dwellers can sign up elsewhere.
As parents and students prepare to return to classrooms on April 19, the union is raising the alarm about rising COVID-19 cases.
Universal eligibility is here! Use this guide to find vaccination appointments in the city, Cook County and downstate.