COVID-19 In Illinois: 4,318 New Coronavirus Cases, 33 Additional Deaths; Infection Rate And Hospitalizations Continue To DropWhile Illinois saw a slight uptick in new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, the state's average infection rate continues to fall, and hospitalizations from the virus hit their lowest point in more than two months.
CPS CEO Janice Jackson Holds Roundtable Discussion On School Reopening PlansCPS livestreamed their talk, and as expected, the parents she spoke with are glad to see students in kindergarten through 8th grade going back to classrooms on Feb. 1.
System Glitch Has 2 Chicago Walgreens Locations Giving COVID-19 Vaccines To People Who Aren't Eligible, Tipsters SaySome people who are not yet eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine under state rules are getting it anyway.
COVID-19 In Illinois: State To Move To Next Phase In Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout Plan On Monday, Jan. 25On Monday, Jan. 25, Illinois will move to Phase 1B in the coronavirus vaccine rollout plan.
Most Of Chicago Area Moves A Step Closer To Resuming Limited Indoor Dining; 3 Other Regions OK For Indoor Restaurant And Bar ServiceSeveral regions of Illinois had COVID-19 restrictions rolled back to some degree on Monday, with three more parts of the state allowed to resume limited indoor dining, although the Chicago area must continue to wait.
Coronavirus In Illinois: 3,385 New Cases, 50 Additional DeathsIllinois reported 3,385 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Monday, and 50 additional deaths.
CPS Teachers Hold March On King Day, Seek Information On COVID Cases In SchoolsThe Chicago Teachers Union is demanding CPS release the number of COVID-19 infections reported since the first wave of students and teachers returned to the classroom earlier this month.
CPS Community Marching For School Safety Monday Amid Reopening PlanThe group plans to gather at Pilsen's Jungman STEM Elementary at 18th and Miller streets at 9 a.m.
Free COVID-19 Tests For Englewood Residents Monday As Part Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day CelebrationIf you live in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood, you can get a free COVID-19 test on Monday as part of a celebration honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Illinois COVID-19 Update: 4,162 New Cases, 29 More Deaths; North Central Illinois Moves Into Phase Allowing Limited Indoor DiningIllinois Public Health officials on Sunday announced 4,162 new COVID-19 cases, and 29 more deaths.
Chicago Pastor Wants To Give His COVID-19 Vaccine Dose To A CPS TeacherA South Side Chicago pastor wants to give his COVID-19 vaccine away.
As COVID-19 Pandemic Rages On, Flu Season Off To A Very Quiet StartCBS 2’s Marissa Parra spoke to a healthcare worker on the frontlines with the answers on why the flu has so far been a no-show so far.
Southern Illinois Becomes State's First Region To Resume Indoor Dining, Moves To Tier 1 Virus MitigationsThe move to Tier 1 mitigations for Southern Illinois comes just one day after the state loosened requirements to resume indoor dining and bar service.
CTU Holds Car Caravan To Protest CPS Decision To Return To In-Person LearningDozens of teachers taught outside earlier this week, after CPS locked remote teaching accounts.
Pritzker Announces Indoor Dining And Bar Service Can Resume Sooner Than Expected; Phase 1B Of Vaccination Plan Starts Jan. 25Three regions of Illinois can begin rolling back COVID-19 restrictions that have been in place statewide since just before Thanksgiving, and while indoor dining and bar service won't be allowed just yet, Gov. JB Pritzker on Friday said that will be allowed to happen sooner than expected.