Posts Tagged “Coronavirus”

Trump’s COVID-19 infection makes re-election uncertain

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Trump’s COVID-19 infection makes re-election uncertain

Trump’s COVID-19 infection makes re-election uncertain President Trump’s illness with coronavirus exposes an election soft spot that could cost him the Nov. 3, 2020 General election. Trump was treated by the newest antibiotic treatments that are not available to the general public. And, when he did get COVID-19, he didn’t turn to using hydroxychloroquine which he…

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Illinois Health officials announce highest one-day COVID-19 totals – 4,015 new cases

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Illinois Health officials announce highest one-day COVID-19 totals – 4,015 new cases

Illinois Health officials announce highest one-day COVID-19 totals – 4,015 new cases Orland Park, one of many of Illinois’ pandemic-challenged communities, sees spike in Coronavirus infections but takes no action to address the continued COVID-19 infection rate as infections grow throughout the state. At leads the State is trying to take action The Illinois Department…

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Largest spike in COVID-19 cases yet in Orland Park

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Largest spike in COVID-19 cases yet in Orland Park

Largest spike in COVID-19 cases yet in Orland Park The Village of Orland Park, whose mayor continues to seemingly scoff at the use of face masks while advocating more public events and festivals, has experienced its largest monthly increase in COVID-19 infections to date. The total number of infections as of Oct. 5 is 1,398,…

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Trade enforcement can accelerate America’s economic recovery

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Trade enforcement can accelerate America’s economic recovery

Trade enforcement can accelerate America’s economic recovery The stock market has largely rebounded from COVID-19 and American retail sales are improving steadily. Even more encouraging is that the U.S. unemployment rate fell for the fourth consecutive month in August, exceeding market expectations. Each of these gains are sure signs that the Trump administration’s economic response…

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Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days

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Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days

Opinion: Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau is nurturing an environment which is dismissing the threat of the Coronavirus COVID-19 and reports from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Pekau, who apparently has a resistance to wearing a face mask, has argued that the rise in COVID-19…

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Pritzker Administration Extends Deadline to Apply for Emergency Rental Assistance

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Pritzker Administration Extends Deadline to Apply for Emergency Rental Assistance

Pritzker Administration Extends Deadline to Apply for Emergency Rental Assistance Applications for Rental Assistance now Available until August 28th at era.ihda.org Today Tuesday August 18, 2020, Governor Pritzker announced the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA) has extended the deadline for Illinois renters to apply for aid by one week to 12:00 p.m. on August 28th…

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