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The state's new rules for Chicago include stopping indoor drinking and dining, limiting gathering sizes and putting a curfew on bars and restaurants.
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Injustice Watch Mailed Its Judicial Election Guide To 1,000 Detainees At Cook County Jail. They Never Received Them.
Officials, in error, flagged the guides as contraband and sent them back.
At least 9,522 people have already died from COVID-19 in Illinois, with 3,030 of the victims coming from Chicago.
Among the victims were 12 people in Cook County, including a man in his 30s. At least 9,522 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois.
Chicago’s Biggest Coronavirus Surge Is On The Southwest Side, Where Groups Are Begging For More Testing
In two largely Latino ZIP codes, one in every 18 residents has tested positive for coronavirus. More testing is needed to help the area's residents — many of whom are essential workers — "survive this pandemic," local leaders said.
The season's first snow hit on Monday morning, but it's not expected to accumulate.
Of the most recent victims, 29 were in Cook County, including a man in his 20s.
To Protect Staff From Virus, Some Restaurants Stick To Carryout — But They Face ‘Mass Extinction’ Without Help
Some restaurants never brought back dine-in service because they wanted to protect staff and customers. But now they're struggling to stay afloat.
As Coronavirus Kills More In Illinois, Tearful Public Health Boss Begs Residents To Take Virus Seriously
An emotional Dr. Ngozi Ezike pleaded with Illinoisans to wear masks and social distance as new cases and deaths from COVID-19 rapidly climb throughout the state.
Two of the most recent victims were from Cook County: a man in his 30s and a woman in her 90s.