COVID-19 Testing Is On The Rise In Illinois, But Swab Shortage Poses ProblemIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday emphasized the need to start target testing for coronavirus.
Some U Of C Medical Center Health Care Workers Feel Like They're In The Dark About COVID-19 ExposureSome health care workers on the front lines of the war on the coronavirus feel they are not being sufficiently protected.
Second Chicago Office Of Emergency Management And Communications Employee Tests Positive For CoronavirusA second Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications employee has tested positive for coronavirus, the office confirmed Tuesday.
Lake County Mother Of 3 Describes Experience Of Contracting CoronavirusA mother of three was one of the first people diagnosed with COVID-19 in Lake County.
In Chicago, COVID-19 Concerns Cancel Another McCormick Place Convention"It is the first time in 100 years that the National Restaurant Association show has not taken place."
Illinois Coronavirus Deaths Now Total 16 As Pritzker Emphasizes Need For More Testing, Hospital CapacityThe State of Illinois announced 250 new cases of COVID-19 and four more deaths on Tuesday – bringing the total number of coronavirus fatalities statewide to 16.
What's Considered An 'Essential Business' During The COVID-19 Outbreak?"The intent of the EO (executive order) is to ensure that the maximum number of people self-isolate in their places of residence. Even essential businesses and operations should promote telecommuting whenever possible."
Volunteers Sew Masks For Healthcare Workers Facing Shortages“Whatever it takes to get the job done, that's what I want to do,” said Purdue, 57, whose daughter works at the women's hospital in Evansville, Indiana.
Patients At DuPage Rehab Facility, Cut Off From Family To Coronavirus Shutdown, Are Thrilled By Gesture From Local FloristPatients at a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in DuPage County had their day brightened by a kind gesture from local florist and some coordination from one of their fellow residents.
A Delivery Driver's Experience During The Coronavirus PandemicDuring the coronavirus pandemic and shutdown, delivery drivers have been on the front lines with to-go boxes and bags.
Many Retired Illinois Medical Professionals Want To Help With COVID-19 Response, But Some Hit RoadblocksIllinois Gov. JB Pritzker said Monday that he is getting s positive response from retired health care workers he is asking to go back to work.
A Chicago COVID-19 Patient Talks About His Harrowing Experience From His Hospital BedMichael Bane has been hospitalized for days with COVID-19, and he has a very strong message about it.
Cook County Revenue Employee Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Reportedly Had Contact With Dozens In OfficeA Cook County Department of Revenue employee has tested positive for coronavirus, and CBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards is told the employee had contact with “dozens of taxpayers and coworkers.”
2 Cook County Jail Detainees Test Positive For CoronavirusTwo detainees at the Cook County Jail tested positive for coronavirus Monday, the county Sheriff’s office announced.
'I Need $50K By Next Tuesday:' Chicago Small Businesses Hurting Because Of COVID-19"We really cold use some tax breaks."