Gov. JB Pritzker says Illinois is “not heading in the right direction” in terms of COVID-19.
Before Mercy Hospital Decided To Shut Down, Its Parent Company Tried To Sell It. Nobody Would Buy It.
In a letter filed with regulators, the Near South Side hospital revealed that its parent company tried to sell the struggling hospital for more than a year before deciding to close it.
The number of suicides among Black residents in Cook County has nearly doubled since this time last year.
Scientists are now checking to see if purified blood serum from people who have recovered from COVID-19 might be more than a useful treatment. Perhaps it’s a way to prevent disease in someone else.
Face coverings are key to stopping the spread of COVID-19, but also slow communication, especially for people who don’t hear well. Some suggest transparent alternatives.
Bears camp gets underway Tuesday. But will the NFL be able to keep the players safe?
Early indications are that Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky could face similar increases to those seen in the South, Dr. Anthony Fauci tells ABC’s Good Morning America.
Google will allow its employees to continue working from home until at least July 2021.
With the coronavirus spreading out of control in many parts of the U.S., some experts say the strategy of testing and tracing can’t contain the pandemic until lockdowns bring case numbers down.
A new story out by Crain’s Chicago Business maps just how much has changed in just six months due to the pandemic.