9-Year-Old Making Surprise Care Packages for Seniors During Stay-At-Home OrderA 9-year-old girl is spending her time at home giving back to community members in need. 
Coronavirus Deaths At Nursing Homes Account For Nearly Half Of Illinois' Overall Death Toll; Expert Calls That 'A Major Underestimate'Dr. Howard Ehrman, who headed up the response to the Ebola crisis in Will County as chief medical officer in the 2010s, believes even that number is "a major underestimate."
People Unemployed By COVID-19 Balance Bills, Budgets With Little Help From The State"It is scary since once everything is back up again, it's all going to be due at one time."
Pritzker Fights COVID-19 From Chicago, And Downstate NoticesSince daily briefings began March 9, Pritzker has made trips in mid-March to Springfield and the Murphysboro area. He closed nonessential businesses and on March 20 issued a stay-at-home order. He has not appeared publicly outside Chicago since.
Organization Calls Whole Foods Employees To Call In Sick TuesdayThere could be long lines at Whole Foods on Tuesday as many workers call in sick. 
Coronavirus Pandemic Poses Unique Challenges To Members Of DeafBlind CommunityAmidst the wall-to-wall media coverage that relays new information about COVID-19, some people with disabilities are concerned about having access to new information about the pandemic.
Coronavirus In Chicago: CPD Says Hand Sanitizer Given To Officers Expired In 2015After a source tipped off CBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards, the Chicago Police Department said the hand-sanitizing solution handed out to officers within the last few days amid the coronavirus outbreak is all expired.