The University of Chicago Medicine has reportedly admitted its first patient suspected of having the coronavirus, according to hospital officials.
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Chicago seroprevalence study shows COVID-19 cases 16 times higher than currently predicted
A startling new case study of Chicago, led by a team of researchers at Northwestern University in Illinois, USA, suggests a 16-fold higher incidence of SARS-CoV-2 infection than previously thought.
San Francisco Bay Area COVID Roundup: Major Outbreak At Golden Gate Fields; FDA Approves Trump Treatment Antibody; Curfew Greeted With Defiance
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U.S. Passes 12 Million Covid-19 Cases
The country has also set a hospitalization record. Pfizer asked the F.D.A. for emergency approval of its vaccine, which might start being deployed by mid-December.
UIC conducts three clinical trials to study blood clot prevention in COVID-19 patients
The University of Illinois Chicago will conduct three clinical trials for studying blood clot prevention in patients with COVID-19.
CDC 'strongly' advises Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving
The CDC recommendation on Thursday is some of the firmest guidance yet from the government on curtailing traditional gatherings to fight the outbreak.
Oklahoma megachurch with 13k members will hold mass ‘Friendsgiving event’ this Sunday
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UIC launches three COVID-19 clinical trials for blood clot prevention
The University of Illinois Chicago will conduct three clinical trials for studying blood clot prevention in patients with COVID-19. The trials are part of the antithrombotics arm of the National ...
North suburban hospitals prepare for rising number of COVID-19 patients: ‘It’s climbing minute to minute’
As area residents deal with the latest surge in new COVID-19 cases, local health care providers and administrators say they are drawing on lessons learned last spring to help care for the growing ...
The Latest: Chicago to resume in-person learning in January
CHICAGO — Public schools in Chicago will resume in-person learning beginning in January, with officials saying remote learning instituted in March due to the coronavirus pandemic has not well-served ...
Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here’s what happened Nov. 16 with COVID-19 in the Chicago area
Chicago’s health care workers will be first in line to receive coronavirus vaccines but there likely won’t be enough initial doses to go around, Chicago’s public health commissioner said Monday. Dr.
The Latest: UK adds 598 COVID-19 deaths; reports over 52K
The British government says another 598 people across the U.K. have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, the highest daily figure since May ...