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73 more dead from COVID-19 in largest single-day spike yet
SPRINGFIELD - COVID-19 has claimed 73 lives in the past 24 hours and a member of Gov. JB Pritzker's staff has tested positive for the virus and is on home isolation, he announced at a daily briefing Tuesday.
Governor Pritzker announces updates on hospitalizations and ventilator capacity
CHICAGO - Building on measures to address the health and safety of residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor JB Pritzker provided an update on the state's medical capacity to treat residents impacted by COVID-19.
Lawrence County's Young Leaders offer support during pandemic
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrence County Young Leaders have come together to aid locals during the global outbreak of the COVID-19 virus by providing a grocery delivery service to Lawrence County residents.
Farm Bureaus urging farmers, agriculture industry and others to donate surplus masks
LAWRENCEVILLE - Due to the national pandemic regarding the COVID-19 virus, there is currently a shortage of medical personal protective equipment, specifically N95 masks. The Lawrence County Farm Bureau and the Young Leaders are participating in FARM for Health, which is a movement that stands for Farmers and Ranchers Masks for Health.
Illinois 'scouring the globe' for protective equipment, Pritzker says
SPRINGFIELD - Gov. JB Pritzker said Monday that state officials are "scouring the globe" for personal protective equipment, or PPE, as it prepares for the COVID-19 outbreak to peak in Illinois over the next two weeks.
Libertarian, Green parties sue over Illinois election rules
SPRINGFIELD - Social distancing and stay-at-home orders, instituted to combat the novel coronavirus pandemic, are in direct conflict with Illinois' ballot eligibility requirements, the Libertarian and Green parties of Illinois allege in a lawsuit filed Thursday.
Two in Lawrence County test positive for COVID-19
LAWRENCEVILLE - The Lawrence County Health Department on Monday confirmed the first two coronavirus cases within the county borders.


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