Stories about a COVID-19 vaccine
Another DeKalb County resident died due to complications from COVID-19, according to state data reported Friday, marking the 8th local death this week. Deaths rates haven't been that high locally since December 2020.
Vaccines made by Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson will all be on hand, and, while walk-in patients will be accepted, it is preferred patients pre-register online.
Illinois has fewer than 1,000 COVID-19 patients in intensive care unit beds for the first time since December 28, according to new data from the Illinois Department of Public Health
A COVID-19 vaccine clinic open to walk-in patients will be held starting Monday at Algonquin Township office in Crystal Lake.
Those in need of a COVID-19 vaccine or booster, or a vaccine for their child as young as 5, will have another chance to receive one during a free clinic scheduled by health officials Friday, Feb. 18 at Sandwich High School.
Four more DeKalb County residents died due to complications from COVID-19, according to state data reported Thursday, bringing the death toll to 168. Regional ICU bed availability remains in the single digits. DeKalb County's positivity rate shows a slight decline.
The Illinois Department of Public Health reported Thursday the fewest number of patients in Illinois hospitals with COVID-19 since New Year’s Day
While state leaders on Wednesday voiced cautious optimism about COVID-19 hospitalizations trending downward, local data shows ICU bed availability is still low, with five beds open in DeKalb County's health region, and 200 more virus cases reported.
This interactive map shows how vaccinated the state of Illinois is by ZIP code, updated this week
Multiple state officials expressed cautious optimism on Wednesday that Illinois is past the peak of the omicron-driven COVID-19 surge