CHICAGO (CBS)– Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle was on hand as health care workers at Stroger Hospital goth their COVID-19 vaccines.
She said health care workers are taking the lead and showing people the vaccine is “safe and effective.”READ MORE: Shuttered For More Than Five Years, Chippewa Campground At Kankakee River State Park Could Soon See Repairs
Some of the workers were receiving their second dose.READ MORE: Mayor Lori Lightfoot Nominates Annette Nance-Holt As First Black Woman To Serve As City's Fire Commissioner
Preckwinkle thanked them for all their hard work and said 2021 is bound to be better than 2020.MORE NEWS: Hard Rock Casino Opening In Gary Friday
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