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Brian Hill/bhill@dailyherald.comPhysician Assistant Colleen Noonan administers a test at the Edward-Elmhurst Health corporate center coronavirus testing site Friday April 24, 2020 in Warrenville.
Brian Hill/bhill@dailyherald.comPhysician Assistant Colleen Noonan administers a test at the Edward-Elmhurst Health corporate center coronavirus testing site Friday April 24, 2020 in Warrenville.
Courtesy of Edward-Elmhurst HealthFrom left, Edward Hospital ICU RNs Hannah Kernes, Anne Fredenburg, Tina Kurzrock and Tim Reed.
Courtesy of Edward-Elmhurst HealthFrom left, Edward Hospital ICU RNs Hannah Kernes, Anne Fredenburg, Tina Kurzrock and Tim Reed.
Jeff Knox/jknox@dailyherald.comA flag with a sign of support for doctors and nurses hangs along Fox Chase Blvd. in St. Charles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jeff Knox/jknox@dailyherald.comA flag with a sign of support for doctors and nurses hangs along Fox Chase Blvd. in St. Charles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joe Lewnard/jlewnard@dailyherald.comVolunteers from The Chapel Libertyville distribute food in the parking lot between city hall and the Foss Park District building in North Chicago Saturday. The mobile food pantry distributed food for 500 families, up from the usual 150.
Joe Lewnard/jlewnard@dailyherald.comVolunteers from The Chapel Libertyville distribute food in the parking lot between city hall and the Foss Park District building in North Chicago Saturday. The mobile food pantry distributed food for 500 families, up from the usual 150.
Joe Lewnard/jlewnard@dailyherald.comMelissa Wilhelm, RN, left, and Theresa Vasquez, RN are ICU nurses working on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield.
Joe Lewnard/jlewnard@dailyherald.comMelissa Wilhelm, RN, left, and Theresa Vasquez, RN are ICU nurses working on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield.
Rick West/rwest@dailyherald.comKindergarten teacher Mary Janschek doles out hand sanitizer to her students, including Vivienne Nay, as they re-enter the classroom at Westminster Christian School in Elgin Thursday.
Rick West/rwest@dailyherald.comKindergarten teacher Mary Janschek doles out hand sanitizer to her students, including Vivienne Nay, as they re-enter the classroom at Westminster Christian School in Elgin Thursday.
Mark Welsh/mwelsh@dailyherald.comThe Illinois National Guard stands ready in a make-shift tent located in the Rolling Meadows High School parking lot as they prepare to handle several thousand people who will be flowing through for free COVID-19 testing.
Mark Welsh/mwelsh@dailyherald.comThe Illinois National Guard stands ready in a make-shift tent located in the Rolling Meadows High School parking lot as they prepare to handle several thousand people who will be flowing through for free COVID-19 testing.
Mark Welsh/mwelsh@dailyherald.comPeter Larson III works in the meat section at Marinos while wearing his mask.
Mark Welsh/mwelsh@dailyherald.comPeter Larson III works in the meat section at Marinos while wearing his mask.
Brian Hill/bhill@dailyherald.comBrook Forest Elementary School Principal Dr. Chad Prosen checks on students in a first grade stem class Thursday September 17, 2020 in Oak Brook. Butler District 53 has more than 60% of their students participating in-person learning
Brian Hill/bhill@dailyherald.comBrook Forest Elementary School Principal Dr. Chad Prosen checks on students in a first grade stem class Thursday September 17, 2020 in Oak Brook. Butler District 53 has more than 60% of their students participating in-person learning
Courtesy of Northwestern MedicineAn ICU nurse looks over equipment used for a COVID-19 patient. Northwestern Medicine is enrolling patients in a global clinical trial for hospitalized patients who are severely or critically ill with COVID-19. The drug being tested is sarilumab, which is currently used as a treatment option for adults with moderately active to severely active rheumatoid arthritis. Northwestern Memorial Hospital enrolled its first patient for the COVID-19 trial in March.
Courtesy of Northwestern MedicineAn ICU nurse looks over equipment used for a COVID-19 patient. Northwestern Medicine is enrolling patients in a global clinical trial for hospitalized patients who are severely or critically ill with COVID-19. The drug being tested is sarilumab, which is currently used as a treatment option for adults with moderately active to severely active rheumatoid arthritis. Northwestern Memorial Hospital enrolled its first patient for the COVID-19 trial in March.
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