"The main thing is all around us, cases are on the incline. ... We look good in Chicago right now, but Chicago doesn't have a wall around it."
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Among the victims were 39 people in Cook County, including a man in his 30s.
Missing the Shedd's penguins and dolphins? You'll be able to see them again soon.
People can also drop off supplies like diapers, formula and sanitary napkins so they can be given to people in need.
"Let's get as healthy as we can," said Dr. Ngozi Ezike, head of the Illinois Department of Public Health. "Your baseline health status affects how you fare against this virus."
Cook County Public Defender Amy Campanelli and activists are suing the city, saying the move to deny arrestees a phone call and access to an attorney violates state and constitutional law.
The vote comes as multiple school districts across the country are severing relationships with local police. But the district chief says the ultimate decision must remain with individual schools.
"We know that it will reduce the spread and the risk of" coronavirus, Lightfoot said. "Any time you leave your house, wear a face covering."
During Phase 4, restaurants and bars can reopen for indoor seating and people can gather in groups of 50 or fewer indoors.
The popular trails are back, but they're only open 6 a.m.-7 p.m. daily and have other restrictions.