Sebastian Arboleda and Stephanie Paul wear masks after buying coffee on Monday, April 27, 2020. The duo couldn't decide if they lived in the Ravenswood or Lincoln Square neighborhood. Starting May 1, All Illinois residents are required to wear face masks in public. | Colin Boyle/Block Club Chicago

Coronavirus In Chicago: What If Illinois Reopens And Gets A Spike In Cases? ‘I Don’t Think People Could Handle That’

"Places where they came out of these restrictions too soon, they've seen a spike," Mayor Lori Lightfoot said. "We can't open up and then have to close back down.

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City Opens Park Splash Pads, Expands Cooling Centers As Heat Wave Continues

City libraries, parks and other buildings will be open to help residents escape the heat through Friday.

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After Devastating Coronavirus Outbreak, Humboldt Park Nursing Home Slowly Recovering: ‘Testing Helps A Lot’

Thirty residents and one staff member have died from COVID-19 infections at Center Home for Hispanic Elderly. But testing is increasing and spread of the disease is slowing, administrators say.

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Coronavirus Kills 37 In Illinois In The Past Day

There were 587 new known cases reported Tuesday, down from Monday's 614.