CBS 2 Asks Amazon Tough Questions About COVID-19 Infections, Safety MeasuresAmazon offered us a chance to learn about what it is doing to keep workers safe in the wake of employee deaths and concerns here and across the world. We were interested, but only if we could ask whatever we wanted.
Between Chicago And Evanston, Whether Restaurants Can Reopen Friday Depends On Your Side Of Howard StreetThe State of Illinois was all set to move to Phase 3 of its reopening plan on Friday as figures improve during the coronavirus pandemic.
Audit Finds CTA Red, Blue Line Trains Are Not Being Cleaned ProperlyAn audit was conducted just last week – providing a sampling of how CTA cleaning crews clean Red and Blue line train cars.
With Partial Reopening Of Chicago And Illinois Coming, Metra Outlines Plans For Social Distancing, SanitationMetra on Thursday announced its plans to maintain passenger safety amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Masks Now Required In All Public Areas At Dirksen Federal CourthousePeople coming to the Dirksen Federal Courthouse must wear masks in all public areas, a joint courthouse order has dictated.
Gov. JB Pritzker Confirms All Of Illinois Can Move To Phase 3 Of Reopening Friday; State Provides Reopening Guidance For ChurchesIllinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike said, as of Thursday afternoon, Illinois has had 115,833 confirmed coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic, including 5,186 deaths.
551 Chicago Police Department Members Have Tested Positive For COVID-19, 369 Officers Have RecoveredA total of 551 members of the Chicago Police Department have now tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
To Open Or Not To Open? Different Suburbs Have Different Plans For Their Public Pools, Splash PadsThe staff at the Centennial Aquatic Center in Orland Park was getting the pool ready this week – even though the public water park was empty.
Illinois Legislators Told To Get Tested After Bank Of Springfield Arena Staffer Tests Positive For CoronavirusLate Wednesday night, Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan called on everyone who attended the special session of the Illinois General Assembly last weekend to get tested for the coronavirus or go into a two-week quarantine.
City Set To Shut Down More Than A Dozen Miles Of Streets For More Outdoor Space During PandemicMayor Lori Lightfoot is at the controls of several proverbial green lights when it comes to reopening the city, including when to shut down more than a dozen miles of city streets.
Immunity Passports For Those Who Recover From COVID-19? Bioethicists Have Serious DoubtsCould a special type of COVID-19 immunity passport pave the way for some people to return to work, or travel?