Local and state health officials on Monday reported eight new cases of a more contagious COVID-19 variant in Illinois. The youngest patient is 12-years-old.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot received a COVID-19 vaccine shot Monday as Illinois touted online signups and efforts to address racial equity at the start of its latest vaccination phase covering essential workers and residents ages 65 and older.
Illinois public health officials Sunday announced another 3,292 positive cases of COVID-19 and 40 additional deaths.
Illinois announced on Saturday that, effective immediately, Chicago has made sufficient progress in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic to move to Tier 1 mitigation measures.
Illinois public health officials Saturday announced another 5,152 positive cases of COVID-19 and 97 additional deaths.
Customers will be allowed back inside of bars and restaurants in Chicago and suburban Cook County beginning Saturday, provided coronavirus infection rates stay down.
Dr. Shikha Jain from the University of Illinois at Chicago breaks down the latest medical developments regarding COVID-19.
Chicago’s school district announced Friday that it plans to start vaccinating teachers for the coronavirus in mid-February, though it remained to be seen if that would be enough to stop the teachers union from voting to defy the district’s order to return to their classrooms next week.
Chicago's top doctor, Dr. Allison Arwady, received her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday as well as discussed the next vaccination phase for Chicago.
Chicago teachers began voting Thursday to defy orders to report for in-person class next week ahead of elementary students’ return, actions the nation’s third-largest school district said could lead to “an illegal strike.”
Chicago officials over the weekend shut down a nearly 100-person gathering at a Mount Greenwood restaurant as well as an unlicensed club in Little Village.
Two judges and three additional employees in the Office of the Chief Judge of Cook County have tested positive for COVID-19.
Delegates with the Chicago Teachers Union have approved a walkout, sending the vote to the full union membership.
Another 4,822 people tested positive for the coronavirus in Illinois in the last day, health officials said Wednesday.
With COVID-19 restrictions loosening up in Chicago, places like the Shedd Aquarium are getting ready to re-open their doors. Also, indoor dining at restaurants could resume in just a matter of days.
Local hotels are trying new tactics to bring in business, as we wait for dining and travel restrictions to lift amid the pandemic.
Across the nation Tuesday night, cities held memorials for the more than 400,000 victims of COVID-19.
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People can pull their cars inside to get vaccinated -- dozens at a time.
The Illinois Department of Public Health on Monday announced statewide health care contracting to supplement existing hospital staff. That enabled IDPH to loosen restrictions in most areas of the state, significantly to at least a level that allows indoor dining to resume.