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Crime Slightly Down In Chicago During Coronavirus Pandemic, But Shootings And Murders Up Year-To-Date
The state's stay at home order has not kept gang members off the streets, Rev. Michael Pfleger said. "This other virus called violence we’ve had for years."
Warm, Sunny Spring Weather Could Lead To Total Shutdown Of Parks — Since Some Won’t Follow The RulesBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Hospital Housekeeper With Coronavirus Says Not Enough Being Done To Protect Workers: ‘People Are Afraid To Come To Work’By Mauricio Peña Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop Primary category in which blog post is published
Coronavirus In Chicago: 1,100 Health Care Workers Look To Join Fight Against Coronavirus In IllinoisBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Here's how people with health care experience can volunteer to fight coronavirus in Chicago and across Illinois.
Coronavirus In Chicago: Prisoners Hit By Pandemic Will Get Treatment Like Everyone Else, Governor Says
"An incarcerated person is a person, and my administration will not be in the business of claiming one life is worth more than another," Pritzker said.
The order went into effect March 21 and was originally set to end April 7. But officials have repeatedly said the end date was subject to change.
“Right now in Chicago the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is doubling about every three to four days,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.
CPS Sending 100,000 Laptops, Tablets To Students To Learn At Home — A Sign Schools Could Stay Closed For Longer
At least one alderman — Ray Lopez (15th) — thinks the plans mean students will be out of class the rest of the school year.
Instacart allows customers to order groceries online — but it's doing little to help worker stay safe as they venture out amid the pandemic, strike organizers said.
The site was designed by University of Chicago students who gave up their spring break to work on the project and Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship staff.
Stores Are Banning Reusable Bags During Coronavirus, But Chicago’s Still Collecting Its 7-Cent Bag Tax
Repealing the tax would require legislative action, said a spokesman from the Mayor's Office, but the city "continues to explore all options to mitigate the financial burdens on our residents."
Coronavirus In Chicago: Illinois’ COVID-19 Cases Expected To Peak In April — And We Don’t Have Enough Hospital Capacity
Coronavirus cases continue to grow exponentially in Illinois — and the state’s expected peak is still weeks off.