Ald. Daniel La Spata (1) tweeted “The data is clear: vaccines greatly reduce hospitalizations and death from COVID-19. Do your part to keep your community safe & prevent hospital overcrowding by getting vaccinated & encouraging your loved ones to do the same.”
Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted “W/ many weighing in about CTU vs CPS, and our children caught in the middle, I have a different question: What happened to the $925M got at the start of the pandemic & the $1.8B it was given at the beginning of the 21-22 school year? That’s a lot of $$$ w/ little to show for it.”
Ald. Matt O’Shea (19) in his latest newsletter put out a call for donations of gift cards from local businesses “for the family of Bradley Police Officer Tyler Bailey, who will be temporarily staying in the 19th Ward community while he receives medical care at Advocate Christ Medical Center. On Wednesday, December 29th, Sgt. Marlene Rittmanic was killed in the line of duty, and her partner, Officer Tyler Bailey was critically wounded in a shooting in Kankakee County.” Gift cards can be dropped off through Jan. 14 at the 19th Ward office at 10400 S. Western Ave. or 3207 W. 111th St.
Ald. Debra Silverstein (50) tweeted “You can drop off items to be donated to Afghan refugees at the 50th Ward Office, 2949 W Devon. Please see hours and a list of needed items below. Donations will go to @MWRCofILL to benefit hundreds of refugees in need.”
Cook County Comm. Scott Britton (D-14) tweeted “I encourage everyone to: Get vaccinated (and boosted), Wear a mask in public spaces, Social distance whenever possible”
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