“Every time we think we know where this virus is headed, it changes, and it shifts...," Gov. J.B. Pritzker said.
The pace of vaccination in McLean County continued its slow tick upward, as 271 doses were administered in the past day.
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A Bloomington-based company that operates nursing homes and other long-term care facilities throughout Central Illinois has adopted a policy that eventually would require all employees to get COVID-19 shots or potentially lose their jobs.
"Anyone who is unvaccinated and not practicing preventive strategies such as masking is at an increased risk for infection by the new variant."
Statewide, the seven-day average of new coronavirus cases topped 2,000 on Tuesday for the first time since early May.
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No labor shortage here. With two women recently giving birth and six others currently pregnant, eight nurses have set a record at OSF St. Joseph Medical Center for the most pregnant staffers on the floor at one time.
BLOOMINGTON — A Naperville native is now a vice president and chief nursing officer at OSF St. Joseph Medical Center in Bloomington.
After 933 doses were administered over the weekend, the amount of fully vaccinated people in McLean County now sits at 49%.
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