Suburbs Are The New Frontlines Of The Pandemic

A COVID-19 test is collected in Salt Lake City, Utah. A federal study published Monday found that Hispanic and non-white workers make up a disproportionate share of COVID-19 cases associated with workplace outbreaks in Utah.
A COVID-19 test is collected in Salt Lake City, Utah. A federal study published Monday found that Hispanic and non-white workers make up a disproportionate share of COVID-19 cases associated with workplace outbreaks in Utah.
A COVID-19 test is collected in Salt Lake City, Utah. A federal study published Monday found that Hispanic and non-white workers make up a disproportionate share of COVID-19 cases associated with workplace outbreaks in Utah.
A COVID-19 test is collected in Salt Lake City, Utah. A federal study published Monday found that Hispanic and non-white workers make up a disproportionate share of COVID-19 cases associated with workplace outbreaks in Utah.

Suburbs Are The New Frontlines Of The Pandemic

New data shows COVID-19 cases are increasing at a higher rate in the suburbs surrounding Chicago than in the city itself. Reset checks in with two county public health directors about what they’re doing to tighten the lid on the pandemic.

GUESTS: Robert McCoppin, Chicago Tribune reporter

Dr. Rachel Rubin, Cook County Department of Public Health co-lead and senior medical officer

Mark Pfister, executive director at Lake County Public Health Department