"But even as there may be some glimmers of hope, I say that physical distancing ... must continue to be the way we reduce the spread of this virus," Dr. Ngozi Ezike said. "Please stay home."
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More than 900 people have tested positive for coronavirus in nine South Side neighborhoods alone. "This crisis is similar to Katrina," Ald. Sophia King said.
The overwhelming demand for the grants means that fewer than 2.5 percent of applicants will get the funds, which will start going out this week.
At least 387 detainees and jail staffers have tested positive for coronavirus, according to the sheriff's office.
“We want our local businesses to survive this shut down."
Strangers In Lakeview High Rises Form A Nightly ‘Noise Brigade’ On Fire Escapes During Coronavirus Lockdown
The nightly noise-concerts may not be a rendition of Puccini’s Nessun Dorma as seen in Italy, but it provides a real feeling of unity.
There were 13,549 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Illinois as of Tuesday afternoon.
Mario Araujo joined the Chicago Fire Department in October 2003 and spent most of his career with Truck 25 in Rogers Park.
Lincoln Square Neighbor Sells Art, Uses Proceeds To Buy Gift Certificates From Struggling Local Businesses
“It’s a win win situation because the prints I’m making don’t wind up sitting in my basement and instead gets to be on someone’s wall. And then I have money I can use to support local businesses."
"Everything in life has become more stressful and more anxiety ridden. We don't want your food shopping to be part of that," said a co-founder of Local Foods.