Coronavirus outbreaks at nursing homes across the country show the risks of staffing that relies on poorly paid aides who can't afford to stay home sick.
Police canceled the alert Saturday.
The total number of infected people at the nursing home is 42 – 30 residents and 12 staff members.
Officials have announced that 22 people at a nursing home in suburban Chicago have tested positive for coronavirus.
There are new troubling claims from six local teachers. They have filed a lawsuit saying Sterigenics left them with cancer after retirement.
Sterigenics announced plans on Monday to close its suburban Chicago medical equipment cleaning plant, citing an "unstable legislative and regulatory landscape in Illinois."
An Illinois judge has ruled the operator of a suburban Chicago medical equipment cleaning plant that its neighbors say emits cancer-causing fumes can reopen the facility.
Another lawsuit accuses Sterigenics, the embattled company with facilities in southwest suburban Willowbrook,of knowing it was pumping the cancer-causing carcinogen, ethylene oxide, into surrounding communities, but did nothing to stop it.
An assessment released by state health officials shows there is a spike in cancer cases for people living near the Sterigenics facility in Willowbrook.
Legislators and residents of Willowbrook were in Springfield Tuesday, demanding more action against Sterigenics and other companies which use ethylene oxide.