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SPRINGFIELD – Gov. JB Pritzker urged southern Illinoisans to continue to comply with a stay-at-home order and named a pair of counties where the rate of those killed by the virus is higher than in Cook County. more
SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) today announced 1,980 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Illinois, including 50 additional deaths. more
SPRINGFIELD — A state commission voted to repeal a new rule that would have made workers’ compensation benefits available to essential employees who contracted COVID-19 without having to prove the illness was contracted at the workplace. more
Springfield – The Illinois Department on Aging (IDoA) on Monday announced the launch of a new agency website that includes easy-to-access contact information for providers, links to social media newsfeeds, IDoA program and service information, and enhanced search capabilities that pinpoints services. more
Springfield – The Illinois Department on Aging (IDoA) on Monday announced the launch of a new agency website that includes easy-to-access contact information for providers, links to social media newsfeeds, IDoA program and service information, and enhanced search capabilities that pinpoints services. more
SPRINGFIELD -- Older Illinoisans are among those most at risk for health complications related to COVID-19.  more
SPRINGFIELD — The state reported more than 10,000 novel coronavirus tests completed for the third day in a row Sunday, leading to 2,126 more positive cases of the virus in Illinois. more
SPRINGFIELD — Gov. JB Pritzker’s state of emergency should have expired April 8, an Illinois lawmaker says in a lawsuit, rendering improper his subsequent actions related to the novel coronavirus pandemic. more
SPRINGFIELD — The state reported more than 10,000 novel coronavirus tests completed for the third day in a row Sunday, leading to 2,126 more positive cases of the virus in Illinois more
SPRINGFIELD -- Older Illinoisans are among those most at risk for health complications related to COVID-19. The state’s posture to increase safety, both of our residents and our first responders, has visually changed the landscape of our state. The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), along with partners from Illinois Department on Aging (IDoA), Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshal (OSFM), Illinois State Police (ISP) and the Illinois Sheriffs’ Association want to remind residents of the following safety measure put in place in light of COVID-19. more
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