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Chicago Is Weighing Whether To Reopen Schools. Can It Move Forward Without The Consent Of Its Teachers?

Chicago schools officials have met regularly with the Chicago Teachers Union representatives, but they haven’t agreed on a road map or even on the need for one.

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Coronavirus Is Beginning To Surge Again In Chicago, And Illinois Reported The Most Cases In 1 Day

People need to stop seeing people outside their "bubble," wear masks and social distance, the city's top doctor said. "It's getting to be a more dangerous time for COVID, which means it's not the time to be relaxing those behaviors."

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Elected Officials Urge Chicagoans To Vote Early: ‘Staying Home Is Not An Option’

There are 51 early voting sites across the city. Officials encouraged residents to cast their ballot ahead of the November election.

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Census Count Ends At 5 A.M. Friday After Supreme Court Sides With Trump Plan To End It Early

"The harms caused by rushing this year's census count are irreparable. And respondents will suffer their lasting impact for at least the next 10 years," Justice Sonia Sotomayor said in her dissent.

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Don’t Go To Indiana, Chicago’s Top Doctor Says As State Added To Growing Quarantine List

Half the states in the country are now on Chicago's quarantine list, which requires people to stay home for 14 days after traveling to a state with surging COVID-19 infection rates.

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CPS Wants To Turn Its Graduates Into Teachers In Push To Diversify District

Officials hope the effort will help diversify the district's faculty.

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Free Flu Shots Are Available For Chicagoans. Here’s How To Get One

Officials have said everyone who is able to should get a flu shot this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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These Chicagoans Had Coronavirus And Never Got Better: ‘Long-Haulers’ Face Bizarre, Painful Symptoms After Recovery

Some Chicagoans are still experiencing a loss of smell and taste, deep exhaustion, memory loss and coughing even months after recovering from COVID-19.