Secretary Grace Hou is encouraging people to apply online so they don't have to go outside and put themselves — or state employees — at risk.
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As COVID-19 continues to spread, immigrant groups across the city are in need of help and donations.
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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The university furloughed asymptomatic workers who were exposed to the disease or recently traveled to a country with "high infection rates."
The longtime Logan Square blues club is looking for ways to support its staff and musicians during the coronavirus crisis.
The company is moving its tours online with daily 20-minute programs.
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.
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.