President Biden To Move Up Deadline For Adult Eligibility For COVID Vaccine To April 19The announcement comes as vaccinations continue at a notable pace, even as COVID-19 infection rates are on the rise once again in several states.
UK COVID-19 Variant Threatens To Spread Through Younger PopulationIt is showing major spread at a time when more and more people are getting vaccinated. But it's those who cannot get vaccinated -- kids -- who may now be most at risk. 
Indiana Public Health Officials Report 1,159 New COVID-19 Cases, 5 Additional DeathsIndiana public health officials Saturday announced 1,159 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and an additional five confirmed deaths.
Restaurateurs Can't Find Hires As Unemployment, Stimulus Checks Keep Workers HomeFinding enough workers to fill jobs is proving to be a challenge for some local restaurant owners. 
Small Number Of People Still Contracting COVID-19 Despite Full VaccinationSix million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been given in Illinois, but a small group of people have still contracted COVID-19 despite being fully vaccinated.
Issue On Kane County COVID-19 Vaccine Website Preventing Scheduling Of Second Dose CorrectedSome tell CBS 2 they logged onto Kane County's vaccine website Thursday morning only to find no available appointments at the Batavia mass vaccination site. 
Indiana Residents 16 And Older Can Sign Up For COVID-19 Vaccinations WednesdayResidents 18 and older can receive the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Pfizer Announces Its COVID-19 Vaccine Protects Kids As Young As 12 Years OldPfizer announced its COVID-19 vaccine protects kids as young as 12 years old.
Lightfoot Identifies 5 Neighborhoods Of Concern Due To Sharp Rise Of COVID-19 Cases In Younger PeopleFive Chicago neighborhoods are getting called out by Mayor Lori Lightfoot because of a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases among younger people. They are Lincoln Park, Old Town, Portage Park, Old Irving Park and Dunning. 
Non-CPS Employees Scrambling To Find Second Doses After City Says They Were Wrongfully Given COVID-19 Vaccine By VendorInnovative Express also gave the vaccine to other companies, and when the city pulled the remaining doses from the clinic, employees from those companies found themselves caught in the mess. 
Innovative Express Care Defending Itself After City Says Vendor Misallocated 6,000 Vaccine Doses, But Contract Backs CityThe contract also states, "Excess vaccines will be offered to CPS employees in accordance with the order of subgroups." There is no mention of non-CPS workers getting vaccines.