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            Coronavirus

            The latest news about the novel coronavirus COVID-19 with a focus on its impact on Chicago and Illinois.

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            Hey Chicago: We’re in this together.

            Join us as we honor the people on the front lines and remind one another that we are not alone.

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            How Chicagoans can help people struggling during coronavirus pandemic

            There are many organizations seeking assistance. We’ve put together a list of ways you can help others during this time of crisis.

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            Longtime 911 operator dies of COVID-19

            Rusell Modjeski, 60, was pronounced dead about 7:15 a.m. March 29, the medical examiner’s office said.

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            Tracking the coronavirus pandemic

            The Sun-Times has the data you need to understand how the virus is spreading in Illinois.

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            Medical examiner confirms 42 more COVID-19 deaths in Cook County

            The newly confirmed cases bring the total in the county to 438.

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            Illinois prisoners denied request for sweeping release of at-risk inmates

            As of Friday, 139 Illinois inmates and 93 prison staffers have tested positive for COVID-19, records show.

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            Gun shops see COVID-19 business boom: ‘This is a very different panic than we have seen in the past’

            Illinois State Police declined to speculate on a reason for what the agency described as "an unprecedented number of Firearms Transfer Inquiries," but the Illinois State Rifle Association pointed squarely at the coronavirus pandemic.

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            Jussie Smollett donating $5,000 for face masks in Cook County

            "Look, my love for Chicago has never wavered," the former "Empire" actor said. "This isn’t about politics. This is about people’s lives being taken in a matter of days and I am simply doing what I can to help,"

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            What to do with your kids while self-quarantining at 上海11选5走势图

            Staying 上海11选5走势图 all day can get boring for children used to packed days of socializing at school. Here are some ideas for things to do.

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            Illinois is hurting. Red states and blue states are hurting — and desperate for a real federal rescue

            The federal government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic should look beyond handing out trillion-dollar Band-Aids. It should roll out in the spirit of a modern day New Deal, with an eye toward addressing historic inequities

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            With 19 dead, 47 more wounded by gunfire, Chicago sees most violent 5-day span of 上海11选5走势图

            The outburst dwarfed the numbers from the same period in 2019; then, as now, temperatures reached the 70s. From April 7 to April 11, 2019, 13 people were killed and 26 wounded in shootings, according to Chicago Police data.

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            Churches will open again, but it’s good to know on this Easter where faith truly stands

            Nowadays I stand mostly alone, at least apart from the church I once knew, even as another Resurrection Sunday dawns.

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            COVID-19 tests: What it feels like to have one

            Testing is still limited to screened patients, medical professionals, first-responders — and White House visitors. But it’s expected to become more widely available.

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            4 test positive for coronavirus at downstate ICE detention center

            The Pulaski County Detention Center is one of three county jails in Illinois contracted by ICE to detain immigrants and the first to report positive cases of the coronavirus.

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            Chicago Police Department COVID-19 cases now at 170

            Of the confirmed cases, 163 are officers and seven are civilian employees.

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            McCormick Place hospital ready to accept patients next week

            Mayor Lori Lightfoot hailed the trade unions and federal partners who helped to deliver another 1,750 patient rooms, 43 nursing stations and support rooms for medical supply storage, pharmacy and housekeeping services.

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            Time to ditch the term ‘screen time?’ One Chicago expert says it’s not very helpful

            There’s an undeserved stigma attached to plopping a kid in front of a computer, Alexis Lauricella says, and that’s become clearer during the coronavirus pandemic.

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            Coronavirus test kits stolen from lab tech’s vehicle at South Side gas station

            Five unused test kits for COVID-19 were missing from the trunk of the car, police said.

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            ‘He was treated like an animal,’ says brother of Cook County Jail detainee who died of COVID-19 shackled at hospital

            The brothers of Jeffery Pendleton say the shackling was excessive, and are suing the jail to stop the practice.

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            Latest Illinois coronavirus testing numbers

            Keep track of how many tests are being administered in Illinois as the state announces them.

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            Second Chicago police officer dies of COVID-19

            The deceased was a sergeant in the department’s Area Central detectives division.

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            68 more die in Illinois from the coronavirus, but hospital capacity still ‘manageable’

            There are still 900 intensive care unit beds available across the state, but the director of a field hospital at McCormick Place said the site will be prepared to take in patients by next week.

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            Apple, Google to harness phones for coronavirus infection tracking

            Apple and Google launched a major joint effort to leverage smartphone technology to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.

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            Live map of Illinois coronavirus cases

            Track the latest confirmed COVID-19 cases across the state with this state map, updated daily with public health department data.

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            Latest global coronavirus cases and deaths

            Keep track of coronavirus cases around the world, including recoveries and deaths.

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            Live map of U.S. coronavirus cases by county

            Keep track of coronavirus cases across the country上海11选5走势图, broken down by county.

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            Latest Illinois coronavirus cases

            Keep track of new coronavirus cases in Illinois as the state announces them.

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            Blue Island’s ‘perfect couple’ succumbs to virus on same day: ‘The way they would have wanted’

            Does it matter then that this married couple of nearly 60 years, founders of popular local mainstay Bob’s Auto, died from COVID-19, the terrible illness that has turned the world upside down and put our nation on lockdown? Of course, it matters. And then again, it matters not.

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            Scientists call Spain’s lockdown lift ‘premature’

            Spanish authorities plan to allow the return of nonessential workers to factories and construction sites next week. Scientists warn it could cause a significant resurgence in coronavirus infections.

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            COVID-infected medics go from sick beds back to hospitals

            The novel coronavirus has infected so many thousands of doctors, nurses and other health workers in Europe that some have now recovered and are going from their sick beds back to the front lines.

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            Remote learning has pitfalls, but we can still help students be successful in this challenging time

            Even when faced with major disruptions in learning, children are resilient and tend to catch up in skill development if they have a supportive environment later.

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            Coronavirus worldwide deaths top 100,000

            More than 1.6 million people around the globe have been infected, according to John Hopkins University.

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            Tokyo Olympic CEO hints 2021 games could be in doubt

            "I don’t think anyone would be able to say if it is going to be possible to get it under control by next July or not," Tokyo organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto said of the coronavirus pandemic.

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            Preckwinkle defends firing of county health department chief during pandemic

            The Cook County Board president said Dr. Terry Mason was great at public education and outreach, but what was needed is "strong operational leadership."

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            Preckwinkle defends Dart’s handling of Cook County Jail during coronavirus outbreak

            Like a cruise ship or a nursing 上海11选5走势图, Toni Preckwinkle says the jail is a "petri dish" for the coronavirus where two detainees have died and more will inevitably follow.

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            Gov. Pritzker, please call this man at MIT. His technology could help end the pandemic

            If you went to a party, then tested positive for COVID-19, wouldn’t you want others there to know? If someone else at the party was infected, wouldn’t you want to be told?