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6 Immigrant Groups Protecting Vulnerable From Coronavirus — Here’s How You Can Help

As COVID-19 continues to spread, immigrant groups across the city are in need of help and donations.

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Sophy Hyde Park Hotel Offers 90 Rooms For Medical Workers To ‘Rest And Restore’ Between Shifts

The rooms will be available until at least April 17, at which point hotel and University of Chicago officials will consider an extension based on "what the world looks like at that point," a hotel spokesperson said.

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Stay Home Or Else: ‘Where’s Lightfoot’ Instagram Account Adds Levity To Stressful Coronavirus Crackdown

Mayor Lori Lightfoot laid down the law Thursday ... and Chicagoans heard her text loud and clear.

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Hideout Bartender Launches Free Meal Service For Workers Impacted By Coronavirus Shutdown

Jessica Romanowski, a private chef by day and bartender by night, is delivering meals to people who need them. Here's how you can help her feed more people.

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UChicago Medicine Brings Furloughed Workers Back, Requires All Employees To Wear Masks

The university furloughed asymptomatic workers who were exposed to the disease or recently traveled to a country with "high infection rates."

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Rosa’s Lounge Offering Livestreamed Music Lessons For Kids, Adults During Coronavirus Shutdown

The longtime Logan Square blues club is looking for ways to support its staff and musicians during the coronavirus crisis.

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Need Help In Logan Square? Volunteers Launch Neighborhood Network To Connect People In Need

The Logan Square Mutual Aid Network is a hyperlocal version of a citywide program. "It might help people to feel more motivated to act if it feels a little more personal," one of the organizers said.

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Hot Dog Station Owner Launches Fundraiser To Help Pay Bills: ‘Maybe We Can Make It Through This’

The state's dine-in ban has turned the family-run joint across from the Kimball Brown Line depot into a carry-out and delivery operation.