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Alsip-Crestwood, IL coronavirus updates and news for October 9th

Alsip-Crestwood, IL |
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After a slight increase last week, prices in Alsip are falling. Crestwood rates continue to fall, but not as sharply as last week.

49.3% of Alsip residents and 50.7% of Crestwood residents received both doses. (Shutterstock)

ALSIP-CRESTWOOD, IL – According to data released Wednesday by the Cook County Department of Public Health, confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alsip have decreased by five percent in the past two weeks. However, Crestwood saw a larger 21% decrease in confirmed cases over the past 14 days …. Read More

Chicago, Illinois |
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CONKOL COLUMN: SHIELD officials “Not Interested” in Answering Questions About Governor Pritzker’s Slow Adoption of Pet Coronavirus Testing.

CHICAGO – In May, Governor JB Pritzker gave his pet coronavirus testing facility SHIELD Illinois exclusive access to $ 225 million in federal funds through no-bid contracts to provide free saliva testing to any school in Illinois that desired it …. read more

Chicago, Illinois |
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Chicago fire department officials said Michael Pickering died on Friday, making it the fourth member of the Chicago Fire Department to die of COVID-19.

CHICAGO – A Chicago firefighter has died as a result of COVID-19, according to the Chicago Fire Department. … Continue reading

Crystal Lake-Cary, IL |
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IL MP Tom Weber says his bill is a response to a mandate in California. Pfizer is filing for approval for use in children 5 years and older.

IN ACROSS ILLINOIS – An Illinois politician intends to block any potential mandate for Illinois students to receive the vaccine prior to a vote by the US Food and Drug Administration later this month. Pharmaceutical company Pfizer on Thursday asked federal regulators to approve its COVID-19 vaccine for use in children ages 5 and up … Read more

Oak lawn, IL |
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Despite a slight increase, the falls are still below their late summer increase.

OAK LAWN, IL – Confirmed cases of COVID-19 have increased slightly in Oak Lawn in the past two weeks, according to new data from the Cook County Department of Public Health …. Read More

Evergreen Park, IL |
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The number of cases in Evergreen Park is steadily decreasing every week, and vaccination rates are increasing.

EVERGREEN PARK, IL – According to new data from the Cook County Department of Health, confirmed cases at Evergreen Park fell noticeably last week …. Read more

Palos, IL |
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Confirmed cases are increasing in Palos Park, though not as much as last week. Over 90% of the population have received both doses of the vaccine.

PALOS, IL – According to data released Wednesday by the Cook County Department of Public Health, confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Palos area continue to vary. Confirmed cases at Palos Park rose 11% in the past two weeks, despite a general downward trend in the state and county. Falls decreased 23% in Palos Hills and 47% in Palos Heights. … Continue reading

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