Dental Hygienists Say They're Worried About COVID-19 ExposureMany people dread going to the dentist, and now some hygienists do too.
Illinois Officials Report 1,713 New COVID-19 Cases, 31 New DeathsThe Illinois Department of Public Health on Monday announced 1,713 new cases of COVID-19, and 31 additional deaths.
487 New Coronavirus Cases, 12 Deaths Reported In IndianaA total of 487 new coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in Indiana and another 12 deaths have been reported, Indiana state officials said Sunday.
CDC Issues Health Advisory For Mysterious Illness Linked To COVID-19 Seen In ChildrenExperts believe it may be linked to the coronavirus multi-system inflammatory syndrome and children account for at least three deaths reported in several states including, Illinois.
South Side Residents Push For Contact Tracing In Their Neighborhoods, Which Have Been Hit Hard By COVID-19Experts say in the months ahead, there could be hundreds of thousands of contact tracers needed nationwide, and the State of Illinois said they may hire a few thousand.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 2,088 New COVID-19 Cases, 74 Additional DeathsThe Illinois Department of Public Health on Saturday reported 2,088 new cases of COVID-19, along with 71 new deaths.
Unemployment Money Mistakenly Approved For Illinois State Employee Who Is Still WorkingHow could someone who currently goes to work every day for the state get approved for unemployment benefits?
Online Contact Tracing Courses Taking OffContact tracing is more than just a hot topic right now – some are hoping it could be their next job.
Family Of El Milagro Tortilla Plant Employee With COVID-19 Told To Prepare For Worst, Says Plant Should Have Prepared BetterThe family of an El Milagro tortilla plant employee who is batting COVID-19 said doctors told them to prepare for the worst.
Researchers Developing Device That Could Detect COVID-19 Using Your SmartphoneWhat started as a device to help detect a Zika virus could become be programmed to identify COVID-19 instead, say researchers in Utah.
Mysterious Illness Connected To COVID-19 Hits Children Quickly"It was like one minute he was fine and the next minute, it's like he woke up with this weird, strange fever."
Woman Said She Never Heard Paul House Nursing Home In Irving Park Had COVID-19 Cases, Until Her Mother Was One Of ThemOne Chicago woman said she had no idea her mother’s facility even had any cases, until she got a call that her mom had tested positive. Then she found out that a staff member there had tested positive weeks earlier.
Man Wheeled Out Of Northwest Community Hospital To Family After 34-Day Battle With COVID-19Every positive case is a person – perhaps a father or mother, or sister or brother to someone.
City Of Chicago COVID-19 Spending Update -- $10 Million And CountingBetween emergency housing, personal protective equipment, and various other costs, the City of Chicago has now spent at least $10 million in its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Inside Gold Eagle, A Chicago Car Accessory Manufacturer That Has Changed Its Practices, And What It Makes, During The COVID-19 PandemicAll businesses are having to adjust to life in the coronavirus world, and that includes manufacturers, where employees often need to work side-by side.