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COVID-19 Telehealth Program introduced in Chicago.
The state of Illinois launched a new program named COVID-19 Telehealth Program to help people on the telephone and direct them the required medicines. This program has been started for people with mild symptoms of coronavirus. It was initially expanded in the central and southern part of the state and is about to introduce in the city of Chicago. Governor J.B Pritzker announced in his daily briefing Saturday that the protocol will be soon seen in the northern part of the state.
The state has recorded 1,585 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday with 125 deaths. Currently, there is a total of 29,160 cases confirmed in Illinois, which includes 1,259 fatalities due to COVID-19. Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr Ngozi Ezike said that the rate of transmission is slowing down and will be soon in control.
Chicago suburbs have considered requiring masks in public during the pandemic.
The usage of masks is neither compulsory not normal, but the officials of Chicago suburbs require it for public places. Six suburbs of the city which include Highland Park and Wilmette have asked their residents to wear masks in public from Monday, April 20.
Dr Richard Novak, head of the Division of Infectious Diseases at UIC, said that the people should make masks as a new normal for the protection from the deadly virus. This regulation got already implied for essential business workers at Morton Grove, Skokie, Cicero and Glenview. Governor J.B. Pritzker also talked about its importance this week. However, mayor Lori Lightfoot has not reacted on the need of masks.