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.
Four weeks after they became eligible, immigrant detainees in Illinois are still waiting for info on when they will get vaccinated.
A Logan Square pharmacist says distributing the COVID-19 shot hasn’t been cheap or profitable — but protecting her community is worth it.
An Evanston Teen Saw How Hard It Was For The Elderly To Find Vaccines, So He Built A Website To Help
The 13-year-old started by finding appointments for his grandparents. When word got out, he got to work helping others figure out where to sign up on their own.
For Black Chicagoans, finding medical care was difficult well before COVID-19 — a systemic problem exacerbated by the scarcity of vaccines.
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.