Nearly three months into vaccine distribution in Illinois, there’s no statewide or citywide multilingual helpline.
Senior citizens will get first dibs starting Thursday on booking thousands of available appointments in Chicago.
Chicago schools, restaurants and bars have all partially reopened, but depression remains a problem for many residents after a year like no other.
‘Game Changer’: Johnson & Johnson Shot To Boost Illinois And Chicago COVID-19 Vaccine Supply By About 50%
The new one-shot vaccine from Johnson & Johnson, authorized over the weekend, is expected to start arriving in Illinois any day now.
United Center Mass Vaccination Site Will Open March 10, Potentially Doubling Chicago’s Vaccine Allotment
The site is expected to vaccinate up to 6,000 people a day, with federally-supplied vaccines, and will be open to anyone in Illinois currently eligible.
With capacity limits rising as COVID-19 cases fall, restaurant employees are still anxiously waiting to be vaccinated.
The site would be able to vaccinate up to 6,000 people a day, a source says, with a focus on Black and brown communities and additional vaccine from the feds.
After nearly a year without jury trials, prospective jurors are being sent summonses along with details on COVID-19 precautions.
The City Council approved a $3.5 million contract with the university on Wednesday as variant testing lags.
After WBEZ wrote about the administrative fee, Michigan Avenue Immediate Care said it would stop charging customers out-of-pocket, and apologized.