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Maria Pappas launches animated Iguana and song to ease concerns of children during Coronavirus scare

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Maria Pappas launches animated Iguana and song to ease concerns of children during Coronavirus scare

Maria Pappas launches animated Iguana & song to ease concerns of children during Coronavirus scare Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas releases an online children’s video called “Me and My Iguana” to give children enjoyment during this frightening coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The video is online at www.MeAndMyIguana.com Chicago, IL — At a time when children may…

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Public Health Officials Announce 461 New Cases of Coronavirus Disease

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Public Health Officials Announce 461 New Cases of Coronavirus Disease

Public Health Officials Announce 461 New Cases of Coronavirus Disease The number of Coronavirus cases in Illinois has jumped to 461 and there have been 18 deaths recorded in the state. The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) today reported 461 new cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Illinois.  Eight new deaths are also being…

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Mansour Tadros mourned by Arab American community

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Mansour Tadros mourned by Arab American community

Mansour Tadros mourned by Arab American community Leaders of the Arab American community mourned the death of Mansour Tadros who published one of the midwest’s most popular bi-lingual Arab American newspapers, The Future News. Tadros died on Saturday, March 28, 2020, as a result of a suspected coronavirus infection. Tadros was released from the hospital…

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IDHS expanding services by phone and online; 14 offices will remain open

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IDHS expanding services by phone and online; 14 offices will remain open

IDHS expanding services by phone and online; 14 offices will remain open All nutritional and medical benefits remain available to the public; consumers still urged to stay home; open offices will operate with reduced onsite staff; staff available to respond in-person for emergencies. State announces Coronavirus cases continue to increase Today, the Illinois Department of…

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The Dinner Club thrives

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The Dinner Club thrives

The Dinner Club thrives Business up 20% with ‘shelter at home’ By Steve Metsch Because it is in food service, The Dinner Club – a different kind of company – is remaining open in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, serving a purpose to many. It’s not a restaurant. It’s not a grocery. It does…

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Trump declares Illinois a Major Disaster Area

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Trump declares Illinois a Major Disaster Area

Trump declares Illinois a Major Disaster Area President Donald Trump declared the State of Illinois a “major disaster” area. The designation qualifies Illinois for Federal funding support to deal with the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic. The designation was made despite Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s partisan political pot-shots against Trump. At nearly every press conference…

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