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COVID-19 update on Aug. 19: Nine new cases in Evanston today, 3,180 in the State

Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Dr. Janet Woodcock, Acting Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration (FDA); Dr. Anthony Fauci, Chief Medical Advisor to President Joe Biden and others issued a prepared statement Aug. 18 concluding that a booster shot will be needed “to maximize protection” of the Pfizer […]

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COVID-19 Update on Aug. 12: Six New Cases in Evanston Today; 3,114 in the State

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 […]

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COVID-19 update on July 29: Six new cases in Evanston, 1,691 in the State

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 […]