Visitors from hot-spot states are still coming to Chicago, saying they didn’t want to cancel their planned vacations or cross-state day trips.
As Extra Money For Gig Workers Expires, Delays In Illinois Mean Some May Still Be Waiting For Checks
With Congress debating whether to extend extra unemployment benefits, some in Illinois may still be waiting for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance from the government’s first round of help.
With surveys showing 65% of front line health workers feeling grief from COVID-19, organizations step up to volunteer help.
Doctors say masking and social distancing are still the best ways for kids to avoid transmitting the disease.
Chicago’s 7-Day Average Of COVID-19 Cases Recently Jumped Past 200. Will The City Tighten Restrictions?
The city’s 200-plus averages happened on July 10, 11 and 12.
Mental health challenges. Isolation. Reusing PPE. What three health workers learned from Illinois’ first coronavirus surge.
The LGBTQ community already faces myriad barriers to health care. COVID-19 has exposed more fault lines.
With the Lakefront Trail and 606 reopening to cyclists and runners, officials warn to maintain social distancing.
But transportation experts worry that rail and bus commuting may never bounce back to pre-pandemic levels as people change their habits.
Public officials have said Joseph Myles was the first infant to die from coronavirus. He was 9 months old.