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‘Since the delta variant has been rearing itself, we are seeing double digits in the emergency department, and we have typically between eight and 12 kids in the hospital with COVID,’ said Dr. Marya Strand with Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital.
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All cases, names and descriptions are provided by the Illinois State Police website.
The court's opinion Thursday clears the way for a trial against Normal and three former police detectives accused of maliciously prosecuting Alan Beaman for the 1993 murder of an Illinois State University student.
Normal's elected officials passed a uniform incentive package to attract businesses to the Bloomington-Normal enterprise zone.
The state reported 2,682 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, a high since May 7.
Despite rising COVID-19 cases, Chicago public health commissioner said Tuesday Chicago is not at this point mandating vaccination proof for indoor bars, restaurants and gyms, as New York City mayor’s announced will be required in that city.