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GREAT NEWS: 80% of Chicagoans (12y+) have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine is the best wa...
01/06/2022

GREAT NEWS: 80% of Chicagoans (12y+) have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and your family from severe illness due to the virus.

More info and resources at chi.gov/covidvax.

GREAT NEWS: 80% of Chicagoans (12y+) have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and your family from severe illness due to the virus.

More info and resources at chi.gov/covidvax.

The COVID-19 vaccine makes you less likely to die or be hospitalized if you do catch COVID. Our data shows hospitalizati...
01/06/2022

The COVID-19 vaccine makes you less likely to die or be hospitalized if you do catch COVID. Our data shows hospitalizations and deaths are largely in the unvaccinated population.

There are opportunities all across the city to get the life-saving vaccine.

Head to chicago.gov/covid for resources and help on finding a vaccine and booster.

01/06/2022
ASK DR. ARWADY

ASK DR. ARWADY: Have questions about #coronavirus? @DrArwady from the Chicago Department of Public Health is answering your questions live right now. #AskDrArwady #ProtectChicago

NEW: We're partnering with Chicago Public Library to offer the overdose reversal medication Narcan, starting at 14 libra...
01/06/2022

NEW: We're partnering with Chicago Public Library to offer the overdose reversal medication Narcan, starting at 14 libraries.

The program aims to prevent opioid-related overdose deaths in areas of the city most acutely affected by overdose.

Are you or a family member struggling with substance use? There are resources available: helplineil.org/app/home

TODAY: Tune into #AskDrArwady this morning at 11am. Dr. Arwady will be joined by Alderman George A. Cardenas to answer y...
01/06/2022

TODAY: Tune into #AskDrArwady this morning at 11am. Dr. Arwady will be joined by Alderman George A. Cardenas to answer your questions about COVID-19 and the vaccine.

You can ask your questions now using #AskDrArwady. Watch the live stream on the Chicago Department of Public Health page.

TODAY: Tune into #AskDrArwady this morning at 11am. Dr. Arwady will be joined by Alderman George A. Cardenas to answer your questions about COVID-19 and the vaccine.

You can ask your questions now using #AskDrArwady. Watch the live stream on the Chicago Department of Public Health page.

COVID-19 Daily Update:Daily averages, updated: January 5Confirmed Cases: 4,998Hospitalizations: 112Deaths: 11Tests Condu...
01/06/2022

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: January 5
Confirmed Cases: 4,998
Hospitalizations: 112
Deaths: 11
Tests Conducted: 26,073
Test Positivity: 23.0%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: January 5
Confirmed Cases: 4,998
Hospitalizations: 112
Deaths: 11
Tests Conducted: 26,073
Test Positivity: 23.0%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

01/06/2022
WATCH LIVE

WATCH LIVE: Mayor Lightfoot joins Chicago Public Schools CEO Pedro Martinez and Dr. Allison Arwady for a media availability.

Join CDPH Commissioner Dr. Arwady and Alderman George A. Cardenas tomorrow for #AskDrArwady! Get your questions answered...
01/05/2022

Join CDPH Commissioner Dr. Arwady and Alderman George A. Cardenas tomorrow for #AskDrArwady! Get your questions answered LIVE at 11am, streamed on the Chicago Department of Public Health page.

You can ask your questions now using #AskDrArwady.

Join CDPH Commissioner Dr. Arwady and Alderman George A. Cardenas tomorrow for #AskDrArwady! Get your questions answered LIVE at 11am, streamed on the Chicago Department of Public Health page.

You can ask your questions now using #AskDrArwady.

Questions about at-home COVID-19 testing? We've got answers.All COVID-19 viral tests, including self-tests, are very spe...
01/05/2022

Questions about at-home COVID-19 testing? We've got answers.

All COVID-19 viral tests, including self-tests, are very specific. If you test positive with any COVID-19 viral test you should consider this a true positive and stay at home for a minimum of 5 days.

Find more information about testing and vaccines on chicago.gov/covid.

01/05/2022
¿Tienes preguntas acerca el #CoronaVirus?

¿Tienes preguntas acerca el #CoronaVirus? La Dra. Geraldine Luna, Directora Médica del Departamento de Salud Pública de Chicago, responde a preguntas en vivo por Facebook. Envia tus preguntas usando #AskDrLuna

COVID-19 Daily Update:Daily averages, updated: January 4Confirmed Cases: 4,775Hospitalizations: 114Tests Conducted: 24,6...
01/05/2022

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: January 4
Confirmed Cases: 4,775
Hospitalizations: 114
Tests Conducted: 24,677
Deaths: 11
Test Positivity: 23.3%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: January 4
Confirmed Cases: 4,775
Hospitalizations: 114
Tests Conducted: 24,677
Deaths: 11
Test Positivity: 23.3%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

01/05/2022
HAPPENING NOW

HAPPENING NOW: Mayor Lightfoot joins Chicago Public Schools CEO Pedro Martinez and Dr. Allison Arwady for a media availability.

There are several ways to show your vaccination status when asked at local businesses! If you were vaccinated in Illinoi...
01/04/2022

There are several ways to show your vaccination status when asked at local businesses! If you were vaccinated in Illinois, you can get your records on idphportal.illinois.gov.

Remember to be kind to those asking for your vax records. More resources on chicago.gov/covid.

01/04/2022
ASK DR. ARWADY

ASK DR. ARWADY: Have questions about #coronavirus? @DrArwady from the Chicago Department of Public Health is answering your questions live right now. #AskDrArwady #ProtectChicago

01/04/2022

Due to the holiday weekend, nationwide COVID-19 data from the CDC is delayed. We will update our travel advisory once the data is updated.

Thank you for your patience!

01/04/2022
WATCH LIVE

WATCH LIVE: Drs. Arwady and Luna, and CPS CEO Martinez provide an update on the continued rise of COVID-19 cases, data and the safety of CPS students. BACP Commissioner Meyer will also provide an update on the mandatory vax requirement for businesses. #ProtectChicago

01/04/2022

Today's #AskDrArwady will be at 1pm today instead of 11am. You can ask your questions ahead of the live stream using #AskDrArwady.

We are holding a press conference with Chicago Public Schools and Chicago Business Affairs & Consumer Protection at 11am, which will also be streamed on Chicago Department of Public Health.

COVID-19 Daily Update:Daily averages, updated: January 3rdConfirmed Cases: 4,591Hospitalizations: 110Tests Conducted: 23...
01/04/2022

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: January 3rd
Confirmed Cases: 4,591
Hospitalizations: 110
Tests Conducted: 23,675
Deaths: 8.29
Test Positivity: 23.6%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: January 3rd
Confirmed Cases: 4,591
Hospitalizations: 110
Tests Conducted: 23,675
Deaths: 8.29
Test Positivity: 23.6%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

BUSINESSES: Want more information about the vaccine requirement that went into effect today? Tune into @ChicagoBACP's we...
01/03/2022

BUSINESSES: Want more information about the vaccine requirement that went into effect today? Tune into @ChicagoBACP's webinar tomorrow at 2pm! 👇👇

Join BACP tomorrow at 2PM for an informational webinar about the Chicago Vaccine Requirement Register: Chicago.gov/BusinessEducation

Need to get the COVID-19 vaccine or booster? We'll come to you!Up to 10 of your family members or friends can get vaccin...
01/03/2022

Need to get the COVID-19 vaccine or booster? We'll come to you!

Up to 10 of your family members or friends can get vaccinated at the same time!

Make an appointment today! Head to chicago.gov/athome or call 312-746-4835.

STARTING TODAY: The City of Chicago will require patrons of certain indoor spaces to be vaccinated against COVID-19.Gett...
01/03/2022

STARTING TODAY: The City of Chicago will require patrons of certain indoor spaces to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Getting vaccinated and boosted is essential to protect the health of yourself, your friends, and your community.

There is vaccine available all across the city. More information at chicago.gov/covid.

Remember to be kind and respectful to employees asking for your proof of vaccination. It's to keep each other safe.The v...
01/02/2022

Remember to be kind and respectful to employees asking for your proof of vaccination. It's to keep each other safe.

The vaccine requirement for certain indoor settings goes into effect tomorrow (1/3). More information and resources are available on chicago.gov/covid.

Remember to be kind and respectful to employees asking for your proof of vaccination. It's to keep each other safe.

The vaccine requirement for certain indoor settings goes into effect tomorrow (1/3). More information and resources are available on chicago.gov/covid.

Happy New Year from all of us here at the Chicago Department of Public Health!We wish you and your family a happy and he...
01/01/2022

Happy New Year from all of us here at the Chicago Department of Public Health!

We wish you and your family a happy and healthy 2022.

The best way to protect your health in the new year is by getting vaccinated and boosted. Find options at chi.gov/covidvax.

Happy New Year from all of us here at the Chicago Department of Public Health!

We wish you and your family a happy and healthy 2022.

The best way to protect your health in the new year is by getting vaccinated and boosted. Find options at chi.gov/covidvax.

12/31/2021
Isolation Guidance Update | CDPH

Testing alone will not stop the spread of COVID-19. The best way to lower your risk of getting and spreading COVID is to get vaccinated, wear a mask and, stay home when you are sick.

Find more information on chicago.gov/covid.

COVID-19 Daily Update:Daily averages, updated: December 30Confirmed Cases: 3,940Hospitalizations: 98Tests Conducted: 28,...
12/31/2021

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: December 30
Confirmed Cases: 3,940
Hospitalizations: 98
Tests Conducted: 28,438
Deaths: 10
Test Positivity: 17.2%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: December 30
Confirmed Cases: 3,940
Hospitalizations: 98
Tests Conducted: 28,438
Deaths: 10
Test Positivity: 17.2%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

12/30/2021
New Year's Eve | Protect Chicago

Protect yourself and your loved ones on New Year's Eve.

Consider getting tested before gathering this holiday, even if you are fully vaccinated. If you are sick, stay home.

You can find testing resources and more on chi.gov/covidtest.

Ring in 2022 as safe as possible this year.Find guidance, testing resources, and more information on chicago.gov/COVID.
12/30/2021

Ring in 2022 as safe as possible this year.

Find guidance, testing resources, and more information on chicago.gov/COVID.

Ring in 2022 as safe as possible this year.

Find guidance, testing resources, and more information on chicago.gov/COVID.

12/30/2021
WATCH LIVE

WATCH LIVE: Chicago Public Schools CEO Pedro Martinez and Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady Provide Health Guidance on Return to School on January 3. #ProtectChicago chicago.gov/covid

12/30/2021
ASK DR. ARWADY

ASK DR. ARWADY: Have questions about #coronavirus? @DrArwady from the Chicago Department of Public Health is answering your questions live right now. #AskDrArwady #ProtectChicago

Questions about COVID-19 and the vaccines? Tune in to our live stream today at 11 a.m.Ask your questions using #AskDrArw...
12/30/2021

Questions about COVID-19 and the vaccines? Tune in to our live stream today at 11 a.m.

Ask your questions using #AskDrArwady.

It will be streamed on this page, Chicago Department of Public Health.

Questions about COVID-19 and the vaccines? Tune in to our live stream today at 11 a.m.

Ask your questions using #AskDrArwady.

It will be streamed on this page, Chicago Department of Public Health.

COVID-19 Daily Update:Daily averages, updated: December 29Confirmed Cases: 3,772Hospitalizations: 95Tests Conducted: 28,...
12/30/2021

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: December 29
Confirmed Cases: 3,772
Hospitalizations: 95
Tests Conducted: 28,120
Deaths: 11
Test Positivity: 16.7%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

COVID-19 Daily Update:
Daily averages, updated: December 29
Confirmed Cases: 3,772
Hospitalizations: 95
Tests Conducted: 28,120
Deaths: 11
Test Positivity: 16.7%
See Chicago's full COVID-19 Dashboard: chi.gov/coviddash

If you're looking for a testing site in Chicago, we're here for you.Head to chicago.gov/covidtest for options or call ou...
12/29/2021

If you're looking for a testing site in Chicago, we're here for you.

Head to chicago.gov/covidtest for options or call our COVID helpline at (312) 746-4835 and we'll assist you.

If you're looking for a testing site in Chicago, we're here for you.

Head to chicago.gov/covidtest for options or call our COVID helpline at (312) 746-4835 and we'll assist you.

Keeping your vaccine card handy is as simple as taking a photo! The vaccine requirement for certain indoor settings goes...
12/29/2021

Keeping your vaccine card handy is as simple as taking a photo!

The vaccine requirement for certain indoor settings goes into effect on January 3rd. More information and resources are available on chicago.gov/covid.

Keeping your vaccine card handy is as simple as taking a photo!

The vaccine requirement for certain indoor settings goes into effect on January 3rd. More information and resources are available on chicago.gov/covid.

UPDATE: Following CDC guidance, we have made updates to our isolation and quarantine protocols for the general public.Th...
12/29/2021

UPDATE: Following CDC guidance, we have made updates to our isolation and quarantine protocols for the general public.

There are differences in quarantine procedures for those who are fully vaccinated and/or boosted, and for those who aren't.

Testing alone will not stop the spread of COVID-19. The best way to lower your risk of getting and spreading COVID is to get vaccinated, wear a mask and, stay home when you are sick.

Find more information on chicago.gov/covid.

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