CHICAGO (CBS) — Cook County health officials on Saturday issued a warning about rising COVID-19 cases.

One of Cook County’s top doctors is worried pandemic fatigue might be driving a spike in cases.

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Dr. Rachel Rubin warned that the suburbs could see a return to indoor dining bans or lower capacity limits.

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“People are out and about, and some people are better about wearing their masks than others, and so we may very well have to clamp down in a matter of days,” Rubin said.

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The largest surge in cases right now is happening in people between their 20s and 50s.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff