- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Englewood, Chatham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
More Than 1,000 People Line Up For Community-Led Vaccination Effort In Little Village: ‘A Very Important Moment’
The pop-up vaccinated 1,000 Little Village residents Sunday. It was held at a community location in hopes of eliminating barriers, organizers said.
Coronavirus Kills 56 People In Illinois Over Weekend And 3,029 Cases Reported
At least 20,516 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois, and another 2,219 deaths are probably related to the virus.
Any Englewood Adult Can Get Vaccinated For Free. Here’s How To Get An Appointment
COVID-19 vaccine shots will be offered until March 26 at One Health Englewood, 641 W. 63rd St.
Hermosa Overlooked In City’s Protect Chicago Plus Vaccination Plan, Neighborhood Leaders Say
A local clinic recently opened a vaccination site in hard-hit Belmont Cragin. Hermosa, which shares a ZIP code with Belmont Cragin, should've been factored into the city's plan, neighborhood leaders said.
55 More Illinoisans Killed By Coronavirus, Bringing Death Toll To At Least 20,460
The most recent victims included 27 people from Cook County, including five people in their 40s and two in their 50s.
United Center Mass Vaccination Site Will Give Shots To 6,000 People Per Day Starting March 10
Illinoisans 65 and older will soon be able to sign up for appointments at the site. The vaccinations will provide a significant bump to vaccinations in and around Chicago.
Rogers Park Mask Giveaway Will Pass Out 10,000 Face Coverings Sunday
Neighbors can pick up a sealed bag of five cloth masks Sunday at The Glenwood.
How Are Chicago’s Students? What Families Said About Learning In A Tumultuous Year
Chalkbeat Chicago received more than 350 responses from families and students citywide.
Monday’s Reopening Will Bring Fewer Chicago Students Than Expected
CPS expects about 60,700 students in the elementary grades and in intensive special education programs to learn in school buildings by mid-March — slightly fewer than 30 percent of the eligible students.
City Needs Nearly 500,000 Vaccine Doses To Catch Up, Health Officials Say — Which Means People With Other Medical Conditions Must Wait
Currently, 713,000 Chicagoans are eligible for vaccines under Phase 1B — but the city has received only 218,250 first doses for this group.
United Center Parking Lots To Be Used As Mass Vaccination Site As Early As March
Thousands per day could be vaccinated at the site, which officials plan to announce Friday, Ald. Walter Burnett said.
Coronavirus Kills 32 More People In Illinois, But Chicago’s Deaths Are At Lowest Point In Months
The city is seeing an average of five deaths per day, down from an average of nine deaths per day the week prior. That's the lowest that figure has been in months.
1 In 7 Illinoisans Now Vaccinated Against Coronavirus, Though COVID Kills 44 More Across State
At least 20,374 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois, and another 2,201 deaths are probably related to the virus.
Illinois To Vaccinate People With Underlying Conditions Starting Thursday
Chicago, which has its own coronavirus vaccination campaign, won't do the same because doses are still too limited, officials have said.
Five Things To Know About Chicago’s COVID-19 Alert System In Schools
CPS budgeted more than $1 million for its COVID-19 notification and contact tracing system, which includes a new district-level team and several online reporting programs.
Restaurants See Hope After Judge Rules Lawsuit Asking For Insurance Payouts Due To Pandemic Can Proceed
Restaurants face an uphill battle in trying to get insurance payouts due to the pandemic — but the judge's ruling is keeping their hopes alive.
Chicago Won’t Require Residents To Get Coronavirus Vaccines, Top Doc Says
It's possible individual businesses will require employees to get vaccinated, or people might need to prove they're vaccinated to travel, Dr. Allison Arwady said.
Chicago Has Vaccinated 2,200 People Working, Staying At Homeless Shelters
People experiencing homelessness have been uniquely vulnerable to the virus.
Coronavirus Kills 27 More People In Illinois, But Virus’s Spread Slowing
One in nine Chicagoans has now gotten their first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine, and that number rises to one in four Chicagoans among people 65 and older.
Chicago’s Travel Order Sees 18 States Move Into Less Risky Category — But Travel Still Not Recommended
As the pandemic has started to subside across the United States, there are now 18 states and two territories in the system's less serious category.