How Chicago's Top Doctor Believes She Contracted COVID and Why
Dr. Allison Arwady, Chicago’s Department of Public Health commissioner, has tested positive for COVID, a statement from the department said last Thursday.
Attending a Large Gathering? Consider Taking a COVID Test First, Chicago's Top Doc Says
With COVID cases rising in Chicago and throughout the United States, the city’s top doctor has recommendations for those looking to gather for summertime fun.
Chicago-Area Officials Say U.S. Could be Seeing Fifth Wave of COVID as Cases Increase
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise around the United States, some experts are saying that the country could be entering a fifth wave of the virus as summer approaches. Christian Farr has the details.
BA.2 Subvariant Expected to Be Dominant in Chicago By End of Month, Top Doc Says
Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said while the COVID risk remains low in the city, data shows the number of cases of the BA.2 subvariant are doubling every week
Younger Chicagoans Helping Drive Surge in COVID Cases, City's Top Doc Says
Chicago is averaging more than 3,700 new cases of COVID per day over the last week, and city officials say that a large driver of that surge has been new cases reported among young residents.
What Do You Do If You Test Positive For COVID At Home? Answers From Area Experts
There’s a new rush to get tested as more and more people search for tests while supplies grows more scarce, but now there are some new questions. What do you do if you test positive at home?