The City of Evanston recognizes that the City is an area of “substantial transmission.” In a prepared statement today, the City recommends two things: “Get vaccinated. Vaccination continues to be the number one protection against severe illness from COVID-19. Everyone 12 years and older is strongly encouraged to get vaccinated. Visit vaccines.gov to find a […]
While people seem to be acclimating to more and larger indoor and outdoor gatherings, the trends of new COVID-19 cases are all going in the wrong direction. The seven-day total of new cases in Evanston has steadily increased from zero on June 21 to seven on July 8, 11 on July 15, 18 on July […]
The Illinois Department of Public Health announced on Tuesday that it fully adopted the updated masking recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to protect against COVID-19 and the Delta variant. CDC and IDPH recommend that everyone, including fully vaccinated people, wear a mask in a public indoor setting in areas with “substantial” and […]
In the last two weeks, the trends of new cases per week are up in Evanston, Suburban Cook County, Chicago, and the State.
While opening the schools for in-person learning was intended to limit learning loss due to remote learning, part of the rational was to better address students’ mental health issues and well-being.
The weekly number of new cases in Illinois for the week ending July 15 is 67% higher than the week ending July 8, and 119% higher than the week ending July 1. Vaccinations are increasing at a very, very slow pace.
At its meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 14, the City’s Plan Commission is scheduled to consider a recommendation to delete the definition of “family” in the Zoning Code and instead rely on the occupancy limits that are already in the City’s code to address concerns about overcrowding. City staff have recommended 10 steps to regulate […]
Evanston reported 3 new COVID-19 cases of Evanston residents today. There have been a total of 7 new cases in the last seven days.
There has been 1 new Covid-19 case of an Evanstonian in the last seven days. There has been a total of 1,719 tests administered to Evanston residents in the last seven days.
There has been 1 new Covid-19 case of an Evanstonian in the last seven days. There has been a total of 1,678 tests administered to Evanston residents in the last seven days.