Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.
PM marked the ‘significant milestone’ of offering all over 50s a jab
A message on the NHS website said it was ‘currently experiencing technical difficulties’
Volunteers have created social media channels and websites to help people sign up for appointments
People pass a sign advertising a COVID-19 vaccination site at the Javits Center in New York, United States, April 6, 2021. U.S. President Joe Biden announced Tuesday that all American adults will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine by April 19.
NHS chief executive Sir Simon Stevens said that England was still 'well on track' to invite everyone in the top nine priority groups for a Covid vaccine by April 15.
A local high school has created a club to help book COVID-19 vaccine appointments for people in Northeast Ohio.
“Until it’s to the point where getting a vaccine isn’t a race against time to book an appointment then we will be done.”
The Tribune reached out to several Illinois vaccine hunters for their best tips on getting appointments.
As of Monday, COVID-19 vaccination will be open to all Ohioans 16 and up.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Wyandotte County residents age 16 and older will soon be able to walk-in for the COVID-19 vaccination at the Unified Government's vaccination facilities. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly said on Friday that Kansas was opening vaccine eligibility to every Kansan age 16 and up starting Monday, March 29. The Unified Government Public [
The state next week will make 150,000 first-dose appointments for coronavirus vaccinations available at 11 state-run mass vaccination sites in the Chicago suburbs and at area pharmacies as Illinois opens eligibility to everyone 16 and older