Starting today, most Illinoisans will have to wear face masks in public, as Gov. JB Pritzker’s modified stay-at-home order takes effect.
Millions of workers worldwide are marking international labor day trapped between hunger and fear, either with no job at all or a job without enough health protections.
A WBEZ reporter tries to get answers by taking an antibody test, but it just leads to more questions.
The EPA is loosening restrictions on health and environmental regulations amid a public health crisis.
Residents across the city have reported animal sightings in places they normally wouldn’t.
Activists say environmental racism is hurting the city’s most vulnerable communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gilead Sciences’s remdesivir shortened the time to recovery by 31% — 11 days on average versus 15 days for those given usual care, officials said.
A New York Times reporter that covers plagues and infectious diseases shares his insights on what this next year may bring.
Black residents make up 55% of COVID-19 deaths in Chicago, but only 30% of the population.
Illinois is bending the curve on infection rates, Gov. JB Pritzker says we’re not out of the woods just yet.