Carrollton police are seeking help from the public to find an 18-year-old who is posting on social media that she tested positive for COVID-19 and is “willfully spreading it.”
Cook County is home to over 75% of Illinois’ coronavirus deaths.
Disney is offering to refund and waive payments for annual passholders while its amusement parks are closed during the COVID-19 crisis, according to the company's website.
Illinois now has 11,256 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 274 total deaths, officials announced Sunday.
A tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for the new coronavirus, in what is believed to be the first known infection in an animal in the U.S. or a tiger anywhere, federal officials and the zoo said Sunday.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus more than a week ago, was admitted to a hospital Sunday for tests.
In making the decision, Cardinal Cupich to into account the state’s stay-at-home directive, advice from medical professionals and understanding that social gatherings may help spread the virus, the archdiocese said.
Deputies say both the man and his girlfriend are now hospitalized after he tested positive for COVID-19.
Illinois needs thousands more ventilators than the federal government plans to send and the state is desperately searching for more before its expected peak in coronavirus cases later this month, the governor said Sunday.
An inmate at Statesville Correctional Institute in Joliet died of coronavirus, according to health officials.
The Center Arena Church held its usual Sunday service, as the "stay-at-home" order allows them to. They are just one of several churches holding services in-person.
Two Chicago Target employees have tested positive for the coronavirus, store officials confirmed Sunday.
The number of daily deaths and hospitalizations due to coronavirus in New York fell for the first time since the crisis began, Governor Andrew Cuomo said at a press conference on Sunday, even as the death toll rose by 594.
Experts say the discovery has critical implications and shows that even more widespread testing may be needed to identify all carriers.
Chicago has opened shelters at five new locations to house the homeless as the city grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic.
A review of federal purchasing contracts by The Associated Press shows federal agencies waited until mid-March to begin placing bulk orders of N95 respirator masks, mechanical ventilators and other equipment needed by front-line health care workers.
In general, few morgues in the country can hold even 200 to 300 bodies. The Federal Emergency Management Agency has asked the Defense Department for 100,000 body bags to prepare for the coronavirus pandemic.
Rhode Island cops enforcing the state’s coronavirus quarantine order have bagged three golfers from Massachusetts on misdemeanor charges.
Easter Sunday is a celebration. Church pews overflow with parishioners seated in pastel-colored reverence of the risen Christ.
“There will be a lot of death, unfortunately,” Trump said in a somber start to his daily briefing on the pandemic, “There will be death.”