Chicago Teachers Union Votes In Favor Of Going To Remote Learning; CPS CEO Martinez Says Such A Vote Means Schools Will Be Open, But Classes CanceledThe Chicago Teachers Union voted Tuesday night in favor of going to remote learning for Chicago Public Schools classes amid a COVID-19 surge.
Chicago Health Department Working To Secure More COVID Rapid TestsDoctor Arwady said the city's rapid tests go to high-risk groups first.
First COVID Vaccine Given In Chicago Happened One Year Ago TodayDr. Allison Arwady of the Chicago Department of Public Health said there are still hundreds of thousands who haven't been vaccinated or don't have antibodies.
Chicago's Mayor Looking At Mitigation Strategies To Combat The City's Latest COVID SurgeSince Thanksgiving, unvaccinated Chicagoans have become three times more likely to get infected. And breakthrough cases rising for the vaccinated as well.
Chicago's Top Doctor Breaks Down Latest COVID Numbers As Positivity Rates ClimbAs we approach Christmas, Chicago is seeing a very high spike in COVID-19 transmission -- but the uptick is expected.
Chicago's Top Doctor 'Concerned' About COVID Variant Omicron, CPS To Start Voluntary COVID Testing For Students
California, North Carolina Now Off Chicago's Travel Advisory, No New States Added But 38 Remain“The Midwest is the current COVID hot spot as temperatures drop and people spend more time inside, so please protect yourself and get vaccinated.”
City Officials, Community Leaders Hit Streets To Urge People To Get First COVID-19 Shots, Boosters, And Flu ShotsTen months after the first COVID-19 vaccinations were given to Americans, the city and country are entering a new phase as the booster shot becomes available.
Chicago Public Schools To Reduce Quarantine To 10 Days For Close Contacts Of Those Who Test Positive For COVID-19Chicago Public Schools will release new quarantine procedures after Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the district has an issue with over-quarantining.
Chicago Public Schools Set To Roll Out New COVID-19 Testing Plan For Students, StaffThe Chicago Public Schools are set to unveil new COVID-19 safety protocols Friday morning.
Chicago Inching Closer To Goal Goal Of Getting 77% Of Eligible Chicagoans Vaccinated By End Of The YearAccording to CDPH, 72.9% of Chicagoans age 12 and up have now had at least one dose of the vaccine, up from 72.4% one week ago.