Universal eligibility is here! Use this guide to find vaccination appointments in the city, Cook County and downstate.
Stories by Vivian McCall
While people with serious underlying health conditions can get vaccinated in most of Illinois, those the most at-risk to any infection say life won’t get back to “normal.”
With capacity limits rising as COVID-19 cases fall, restaurant employees are still anxiously waiting to be vaccinated.
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.
¿Cuántas vacunas hay? ¿Quién puede vacunarse? Respuestas a sus preguntas acerca de la campaña de vacunación contra el COVID-19 en Illinois.
How many vaccine doses have been given in Illinois? Who’s getting inoculated first? Here are answers to the latest questions about the rollout.
Are the state’s latest round of restrictions actually lowering the COVID-19 numbers? Experts say it’s too soon to tell.
Advocates say telehealth isn’t just convenient, but helps close significant gaps in health care. Others worry its use could drive up costs.
During summer, a good day for some restaurants meant making just 30% of pre-pandemic sales. Winter could force a cascade of closings.
More than 200 people marched to protest the treatment of Black Chicagoans by police and racism in the city. Afternoon protests near Bronzeville were peaceful, but evening Downtown demonstrations became clashes with police.