Pritzker wants to reinforce the ranks of health care workers fighting the spread of COVID-19, but some older retirees face a tough decision.
As the city winds down another notch, residents make plans for being at home — and they make music.
“We’re in the middle of a battle, and we need reinforcements,” Pritkzer said on Saturday as he issued a “call to action.”
From official data, this map of current total cases includes patients who have recovered, as well as those who died—tallied by county.
Officials with the Evanston home remain frustrated that the state won’t perform testing there like it did at a facility in Willowbrook.
State’s Attorney Kim Foxx says the policy aims to protect public health but her top deputy points to a cutback in Illinois narcotics tests.
The governor orders nonessential workers and residents to stay home as COVID-19 cases continue to swell.
All Illinois Residents Are Ordered To ‘Stay At Home.’ Here’s What That Already Looks Like In Oak Park
Do: Seek out medical services for yourself or your pet. Don’t: Host a party.
The estimates are based on the new coronavirus spreading throughout Illinois at its current pace.
Families call for testing and officials scramble for answers to limit the spread of COVID-19 at Evanston and WIllowbrook nursing homes.