MAR 05, 2021
Chicago Public Health Comm. Allison Arwady briefed aldermen on the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic during a hearing Wednesday.
Chicago Department of Public Health Comm. Allison Arwady struck positive notes on Wednesday, telling aldermen during a briefing on the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic that the city may be able to move to the next phase of vaccinations earlier than anticipated.
City health officials earlier this year set March 29 as the tentative date for when officials expected to be able to open up vaccines to the people in “Phase 1C,” including people over the age of 16 with underlying conditions and the next wave of “essential workers.”
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