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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.
Many students say the restrictions of COVID-19 is challenging for their mental health.
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.
The process of trying to get vaccinated can be confusing. A new platform from the federal government and private sector partners makes it easier to find a provider where you live.
Chicago’s top doctor breaks down the latest on vaccine access in the city, and what you need to know before heading back into public spaces.
Could the Texas power outage happen in Illinois? Experts say it’s unlikely.
Recent winter storms are a sign of what we’ll continue to experience due to climate change, scientists say. Here’s a look at what that means for the city.