Posts Tagged “Coronavirus”

Punta Cana vacation at the Paradisus Palma Real, a beautiful beach and breath of fresh air

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Punta Cana vacation at the Paradisus Palma Real, a beautiful beach and breath of fresh air

Punta Cana vacation at the Paradisus Palma Real, a beautiful  beach and breath of fresh air Taking a vacation break from the Coronavirus Pandemic while ensuring that you protect yourself. We did that at the Grand Reserve Paradisus Palma Real hotel in Punta Cana, a 10-day trip that was wonderful. You will enjoy it, too By…

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Vacation or vaccine, escaping the COVID pandemic

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Vacation or vaccine, escaping the COVID pandemic

Vacation or vaccine, escaping the COVID pandemic Escaping the COVID pandemic by going on an overseas vacation is a luxury that very few get to enjoy. But doing so was risky and you could find yourself in a serious jam, forced to quarantine for up to 14-days in hotel-provided room that you can’t leave with…

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Coronavirus surges in Illinois as vaccinations slow across nation

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Coronavirus surges in Illinois as vaccinations slow across nation

Coronavirus surges in Illinois as vaccinations slow across nation Public Health Officials Announce 7,983 New Cases of Coronavirus Disease Over the Past Week. 73% of Illinois adults have received at least one vaccine dose and more than 58% are fully vaccinated. Nationally only 49 percent of Americans, or 139 million people have received the full vaccination,…

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Which states are safest in today’s continuing COVID pandemic?

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Which states are safest in today’s continuing COVID pandemic?

Which states are safest in today’s continuing COVID pandemic? With around 49% of the population fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of July 21, and vaccination being essential for getting the economy back on track, WalletHub today released updated rankings for the Safest States During COVID-19, along with accompanying videos and audio files.  In order to…

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Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse

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Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse

Monday’s Column: Making the impact of coronavirus worse Race, politics and a lack of justice is making the impact of the coronavirus pandemic worse on Americans. Many politicians at the Federal and State level are instead helping targeted constituencies rather than addressing the wider problem in Illinois, Cook County and Chicago. They are creating a race…

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80 students at Youth camp infected with COVID

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80 students at Youth camp infected with COVID

80 students at Youth camp infected with COVID Public Health Officials Announce More Than 80 COVID-19 Cases Now Associated with Youth Camp Outbreak. Secondary outbreak now connected with previously reported youth camp outbreak in central Illinois The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is now reporting 85 teens and adult staff at a summer youth camp…

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Coronavirus remains a threat in Illinois, infections and deaths continue

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Coronavirus remains a threat in Illinois, infections and deaths continue

Coronavirus remains a threat in Illinois, infections and deaths continue Public Health Officials Announce 1,744 New Cases of Coronavirus Disease Over the Past Week. Almost 71% of Illinois adults have received at least one vaccine dose and more than 54% are fully vaccinated The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) today reported 1,744 new confirmed and…

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Illinoisans who received at least one COVID vaccination automatically entered in $10 million state giveaway

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Illinoisans who received at least one COVID vaccination automatically entered in $10 million state giveaway

Illinoisans who received at least one COVID vaccination automatically entered in $10 million state giveaway As Illinois Vaccinates 70% of Adults, Gov. Pritzker Launches $10 Million ‘All In for the Win’ Promotion to Reward Vaccinated Residents. Illinois Becomes First State in Midwest to Hit President Biden’s 70% Adult Vaccination Goal. Eligible Illinoisans Automatically Entered into Lottery for…

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Orland Township Senior Activities returning to full services

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Orland Township Senior Activities returning to full services

Orland Township Senior Activities returning to full services Starting this month, residents can expect a full return to normalcy at the Township. Orland Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady, who was cautious in protecting the health of senior citizens during the pandemic, announced this week that all of the townships senior services would be returning in full as…

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Texas de Brazil in Orland Park rocks

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Texas de Brazil in Orland Park rocks

Texas de Brazil in Orland Park rocks With the COVID pandemic easing and more and more people getting vaccinations, it just felt GREAT to get out of the house and enjoy a meal at a great restaurant. And one of the best restaurants is Texas de Brazil in the Orland Park Mall. Although the Orland…

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Community Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic Friday, May 21st at Village Leadership Academy in the South Loop

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Community Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic Friday, May 21st at Village Leadership Academy in the South Loop

Community Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic Friday, May 21st at Village Leadership Academy In the South Loop It Takes A Village Family of Schools, in partnership with The Rana-Reagan Pharmacy, UI Health, Miles Square Health Center, and IMPACT, is hosting a community covid-19 vaccination clinic this Friday, May 21st from 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM. The event will…

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Paramount Theater resumes live performance August 18, 2021

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Paramount Theater resumes live performance August 18, 2021

Paramount Theater resumes live performance August 18, 2021 First live performance will be the performance “Kiny Boots” Nearly 14 months after dimming its lights, Aurora’s Paramount Theatre announced today it plans to welcome audiences back for live performances in August with Chicago’s first regional production of Kinky Boots. “It’s my great pleasure to say: We…

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