Protecting Vulnerable Populations Against The CoronavirusExperts said those with elderly family members should consider asking them to change their routine.
You Paid For It: The Economic Impact Of Coronavirus"Just at the Chicago Department of Public Health, we were spending $150,000 a week on our costs. Which is a lot."
Officials: Up To A Million People Could Be Tested For Coronavirus In US By End Of WeekThe number of cases has been on the rise as new guidelines from health officials gave more labs the go-ahead to conduct tests. Faulty kits from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention initially led to delayed and inconclusive results.
'No Reason To Panic' After First Coronavirus Death In United States: President TrumpPresident Donald Trump said there is "no reason to panic" after the first American has died from the coronavirus.
Jimmy John's Linked To E. Coli Outbreak In 5 States Including IllinoisThe Illinois Department of Public Health has reported a mulitstate E. coli outbreak linked to Jimmy John's. 
Illinois First To Do In-State Testing For Coronavirus“A quicker response will help alleviate concerns of those being tested as well as the general public."
First 2 Coronavirus Patients In Illinois Discharged From HospitalThe first two people with confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in Illinois have been discharged from the AMITA Health St. Alexius Medical Center Hoffman Estates.
Porter, Indiana Patient Tests Negative For CoronavirusThis person was "seeking medical attention and revealed a travel history and physical symptoms that met the established CDC criteria for novel coronavirus."
Plane With Americans Leaving Wuhan Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Lands In CaliforniaWednesday morning, the U.K.'s British Airways, Indonesia's Lion Air and South Korea's Seoul Air all announced they will no longer be traveling to China until concerns over the virus have lessened.
Coronavirus: Latest Developments, What You Need To KnowHere are the latest developments on the coronavirus.
O'Hare Screening For Wuhan Coronavirus After Hundreds Sickened, Six Die In AsiaThe CDC announced on Tuesday that it will start screening passengers flying directly or indirectly from Wuhan to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
Suburban Mother Testifies In D.C. About Vaping-Related Illness That Almost Killed Her DaughterThe CDC said there were more than 500 cases of lung injuries connected to vaping, some fatal.
Vaping 'Outbreak' Concerns Health Officials In IllinoisThe different vaping devices, products, types of oils and additives making isolating a cause complex. But as more get sick the hope is doctors can learn from their illness.
City Announces First Case Of Measles This YearCity officials have announced the first confirmed measles case in Chicago this year. Now, officials are looking for people who may have been exposed. 
Family Of Woman Who Died After Candida Auris Infection Says Secrecy Around The Illness Should StopCandida auris is a rare, drug-resistant fungus with more than 150 cases across Illinois. Now a woman in the northwest suburbs has died after she was infected.