U Of C Nurse Feels Like He's In The Dark About COVID-19A new internal memo about coronavirus exposures has created some confusion and concern. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Coronavirus In Chicago: 6 CPD Officers, 5 Members Of CFD Test Positive For COVID-19Six Chicago police officers and five members of the Chicago Fire Department have tested positive for the novel coronavirus so far, and city officials said if any first responder has someone in their household who has contracted the virus, the whole family is being urged to stay home.
Lake County Woman Describes COVID-19 ExperienceTerri Chaseley tells CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot it all started with a burning pain in her lungs.
Blue Island Mayor To Address Decision To Shut Down Police Department Amid COVID-19 ConcernsThe mayor of Blue Island will explain his decision today to shut down the entire police department after an officer tests positive for COVID-19.
Blue Island Mayor To Address Decision To Shut Down Police Department Amid COVID-19 ConcernsThe mayor of Blue Island will explain his decision today to shut down the entire police department after an officer tests positive for COVID-19.
A Man Talks About COVID-19 From His Hospital BedSpeaking to CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot via Zoom, Michael Bane says of the disease caused by coronavirus, 'It's real and it's brutal.'
Some Not Pleased That Construction Is Considered 'Essential' During Stay-At-HomeThere are some gray areas as to what is considered 'essential' and what is not during the coronavirus stay-at-home order. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports.
Three More COVID-19 Deaths, 236 New Confirmed Coronavirus Cases In IllinoisGov. JB Pritzker announces the state's efforts to ramp up production of personal protective equipment, as the state's total number of coronavirus cases rises to 1,285 and the number of deaths rises to 12.
Emergency Hearing Set For Monday For Cook County Jail Inmates Amid Coronavirus CrisisThere will be an emergency hearing to release some inmates from the Cook County Jail after a correctional officer tested positive for COVID-19 this weekend.
Illinois Coronavirus Cases Top 1,000There are now four cases in the Chicago Police Department, and there are worries of COVID-19 spreading in the jail system after a correctional officer tested positive. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
A Quiet Chicago A Day Into The COVID-19 Stay-At-Home OrderCBS 2's Steven Graves has a look at Chicago amid the order, and finds that the grocery store crowds are far less intense.
Chicago Police Break Up Two House Parties As Stay-At-Home Order Goes Into EffectChicago police broke up at least two house parties Saturday night as dozens of people there defied orders to stay at home and keep away from large groups during the coronavirus pandemic. 
COVID-19 Puts Strain On Medical Staff In IllinoisGov. JB Pritzker has asked for medical professionals who have retired or otherwise left the field to return to fight coronavirus. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
How Chicagoans Are Dealing With The COVID-19 Stay-At-Home OrderSome people leaned out their windows for a chorus of "Living on a Prayer" as the order began. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross reports
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Pritzker Calls For Medical ReinforcementsThe governor is asking doctors and other medical personnel who have retired or otherwise left the field to come back for the coronavirus fight. CBS 2's Steven Graves reports.
Mayor Lightfoot Reassures Chicago During COVID-19Mayor urges Chicago to keep calm, don't hoard food and supplies during the stay at home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Food supply chain and grocery stores will remain open. Restaurant delivery is still an option. Critical services will still be available.
Illinois 'Stay At Home' Order Goes Into Effect TodayAfter more than two weeks of asking Illinois residents to stay home as much as possible during the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. JB Pritzker is issuing a statewide “stay at home” order, starting at 5 p.m. Saturday through April 7. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.
Shoppers Flood To Grocery StoresEven though public officials promised that grocery stores would remain open during the COVID-19 "stay at home" order, and pleaded with people not to rush in a panic to stock up, shoppers packed the stores Friday night. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Gov. JB Pritzker Orders Illinois Residents To 'Stay At Home' Starting Saturday EveningAfter more than two weeks of asking Illinois residents to stay home as much as possible during the coronavirus outbreak, Gov. JB Pritzker is issuing a statewide "stay at home" order, starting at 5 p.m. Saturday through April 7.
Oak Park Shelter-In-Place Takes Effect FridayShelter in place is the new normal for Oak Park residents.
Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Sites Becoming More Common In IllinoisA Walmart parking lot in Northlake is slated to be yet another site where people can get tested for the coronavirus without ever leaving their car. 
CPS Closings Continue To Raise Questions On Testing, Pay For Teachers, GraduationOne week of home schooling down and four and a half more to go.
Parents Adjust As COVID-19-Related School Closure Is ExtendedMayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday extended the closure of Chicago Public Schools to April 20. CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reports.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Addresses City During Coronavirus PandemicThe mayor announced Chicago Public Schools will now be closed until April 21, and issued an order that anyone who is sick must stay home.

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