Chicago’s top doctor reassured Austin residents they still will get vaccines, despite the city’s suspension of supply to Loretto Hospital.
Higher education staff, government workers and the media are among those next in line for their shots.
Olga Contreras started a mix of in-person and remote teaching this month, focusing on moving students forward in a year full of disruptions.
The People’s COVID-19 Response Team proposes that the city establish vaccination sites in 26 vulnerable communities of color.
More vaccinators — not just more vaccines — are helping get people get inoculated more quickly.
The hospital on Chicago’s West Side admitted to “mistakes” in giving chances for scarce shots to Cook County judges and Trump Tower workers.
In a wide-ranging interview with WBEZ, Lightfoot reflected on the impact of the pandemic on residents, the city’s health system and CPS, saying she wants to go all in-person in the fall.
Gov. JB Pritzker’s expansion plan doesn’t apply to Chicago but meets President Biden’s mandate to let everyone be vaccinated by May 1.
An email shows judges and spouses were invited to get vaccinated at Loretto Hospital, which wrongly vaccinated Trump Tower workers.
Phase 1c starts on March 29, and includes restaurant and salon workers, people 16 and over with underlying conditions and college professors.