Officials have said it's OK to head to the park, but people should keep their visits short and abide by social distancing and hygiene guidelines while there.
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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."
The original lakefront convention center is being turned into a hospital with 3,000 beds.
Warm, Sunny Spring Weather Could Lead To Total Shutdown Of Parks — Since Some Won’t Follow The Rules
"I'm concerned the weather will only keep getting nicer and we will have more problems and then we will lose access to more of our parks."
Hospital Housekeeper With Coronavirus Says Not Enough Being Done To Protect Workers: ‘People Are Afraid To Come To Work’
A union is demanding hospitals step up protections and offer hazard pay, access to personal protective equipment and testing for all hospital employees.
Coronavirus In Chicago: 1,100 Health Care Workers Look To Join Fight Against Coronavirus In Illinois
Health care workers are volunteering to help the state's coronavirus patients as Illinois' expected peak in cases nears.
NEW LIST: Here's where you can get meals for kids before and after April 13.
There have now been 141 deaths in Illinois from the pandemic and 6,980 confirmed cases. The latter is a jump of 986 cases since Tuesday.
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.