COVID-19 in 2023: How to stay healthy during cold, flu season

Fall has begun and cold and flu season is back. Former Commissioner of Chicago's Dept. of Health Allison Arwady joins Good Day Chicago with tips on how to stay healthy. Arwady say the new COVID-19 vaccine is a good match to the strains on the rise and the best thing people can do is stay up to date with it.

UAW strike: Talks continue between union and automakers

Around 13,000 American autoworkers walked off the job Friday after their union was unable to agree on a new contract with Detroit's automakers. That number could jump dramatically if a deal can't be reached soon, part of an ongoing strike that could have a major impact on the economy.

Chicago prepares for COVID-19 booster rollout

The two new vaccines, manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, will be shipped this week, with doses expected to be available at clinics and pharmacies throughout Chicago starting as early as Sept. 18.

Controversy over new COVID-19 vaccine as cases spike

The FDA and CDC just approved a new booster shot to protect against COVID-19. It has been recommend for everyone 12 years old and up. It is possible a new booster will come out every year like the flu vaccine. Not everyone agrees with that method.