Dr. Allison Arwady — director of the Chicago Department of Public Health — breaks down the latest on COVID-19 and vaccinations in the city.
Working from home may literally be a pain in the neck. Or the back. Or the wrists.
More than half of the 16,000 death cases handled by the office last year were due to COVID-19.
The now-fired hospital employee later said he knew “that people who received the vaccinations would think they had been vaccinated against the virus when in fact they were not,” investigators said.
In our fourth and final installment, Reset explores what policymakers are doing — or should be doing — to address the food insecurity crisis in Illinois.
Leaders of the nation’s federal vaccine effort said the U.S. has deployed around 14 million vaccine doses as of Wednesday with just 2.1 million Americans vaccinated.
Who makes a profit off the hungry? The answer may surprise you.
The new site opened at Malcolm X College on the Near West Side Tuesday. The city’s top doctor was the first to be vaccinated there.
In Part 2 of the latest four-part Closing the Gap series, Reset hears directly from the folks dealing with food insecurity on a daily basis.
One in four Americans are living with a disability and organizations like Easterseals can help to provide extra support during this time.