Illinois has reached a grim milestone: 1 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. An infectious disease expert breaks down what you need to know.
Each week, Reset’s infectious disease expert Dr. Mia Taormina joins us to answer your questions relating to the coronavirus.
With case and death counts still surging, the pressure is on to vaccinate as many people as possible. Here’s what it will take to get more Americans their shots, fast.
As second doses begin for health care workers, Chicago hospitals met with Mayor Lori Lightfoot to figure out how to speed up COVID-19 vaccinations so that next priority groups can start.
Nearly one year into the pandemic, Illinois joins a handful of states with more than 1 million cases of the coronavirus.
Acre by acre, a new conservation group is restoring the Prairie State’s most precious natural resource — the prairie.
There’s evidence that the new coronavirus variant, first identified in the U.K., is now spreading in the U.S.
Many Chicago teachers are threatening to strike to avoid in-person learning.
Agency officials said reducing the number of doses creates a potential for harm in patients because “they may assume that they are fully protected when they are not” and may “take unnecessary risks.“
At the current rate of distribution, Mayor Lightfoot says it could take more than a year to vaccinate the entire city.