Enjoy your down-time with The Week in Pictures photo gallery

 
 
Updated 4/27/2020 2:32 PM

Daily Herald photographers continue to work through the pandemic to bring you pictures to tell the story.

Jodie Diegel, of the SOUL Harbour Ranch Animal Therapy Program, a 501c3 nonprofit out of Barrington gets a kiss from one of her horses Sunday April 19, 2020.
  Jodie Diegel, of the SOUL Harbour Ranch Animal Therapy Program, a 501c3 nonprofit out of Barrington gets a kiss from one of her horses Sunday April 19, 2020.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The street signs for Scott and Linsey avenues in Grayslake were decorated with light by residents to bring joy to their neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  The street signs for Scott and Linsey avenues in Grayslake were decorated with light by residents to bring joy to their neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Campton Hills Police Chief Steve Millar takes donated meals from the roof of his car after picking them up from Balmoral Restaurant Tuesday evening. Owner Colin Smith donates one meal to a local family in need for every two meals he sells and Millar delivers them.
  Campton Hills Police Chief Steve Millar takes donated meals from the roof of his car after picking them up from Balmoral Restaurant Tuesday evening. Owner Colin Smith donates one meal to a local family in need for every two meals he sells and Millar delivers them.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Drive-up testing for COVID-19 is taking place in a parking area near the Chicago Premium Outlets mall in Aurora Thursday.
  Drive-up testing for COVID-19 is taking place in a parking area near the Chicago Premium Outlets mall in Aurora Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Lake County Sheriff's Sgt. Christopher Covelli unloads items from a vehicle during a drive-through collection Thursday in the courthouse parking garage in Waukegan. Items will be donated to the Northern Illinois Food Bank location in Park City.
  Lake County Sheriff's Sgt. Christopher Covelli unloads items from a vehicle during a drive-through collection Thursday in the courthouse parking garage in Waukegan. Items will be donated to the Northern Illinois Food Bank location in Park City.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Cars are lined up on Lewis Ave. as volunteers 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.
  Cars are lined up on Lewis Ave. as volunteers 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 | Staff Photographer
Volunteers 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.
  Volunteers 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 | Staff Photographer
John Herpolsheimer, center, on guitar, Sean Herpolsheimer, right, on bass and Chris Swade, left, on drums brought the sound of music to their Warrenville neighborhood Saturday along what normally is a quiet Jackson St.
  John Herpolsheimer, center, on guitar, Sean Herpolsheimer, right, on bass and Chris Swade, left, on drums brought the sound of music to their Warrenville neighborhood Saturday along what normally is a quiet Jackson St.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
A worker in the clean room at Flexan in Lincolnshire where production of medical devices to help meet the needs during the coronavirus pandemic are being ramped up.
  A worker in the clean room at Flexan in Lincolnshire where production of medical devices to help meet the needs during the coronavirus pandemic are being ramped up.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Illinois Army National Guard member Staff Sgt. Eric Gutzmer got a welcome home drive-by parade Monday at his Palatine home. Gutzmer was joined by his wife, Abbie, and children Ellie and Will. Sgt. Gutzmer returned home Sunday after being deployed on a mission in Afghanistan.
  Illinois Army National Guard member Staff Sgt. Eric Gutzmer got a welcome home drive-by parade Monday at his Palatine home. Gutzmer was joined by his wife, Abbie, and children Ellie and Will. Sgt. Gutzmer returned home Sunday after being deployed on a mission in Afghanistan.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Families from the Saint James Catholic School and Church in Arlington Heights held a drive-by parade for Illinois Army National Guard member Staff Sgt. Eric Gutzmer and his family Monday in Palatine. The Gutmer's attend the church and their children go to the school.
  Families from the Saint James Catholic School and Church in Arlington Heights held a drive-by parade for Illinois Army National Guard member Staff Sgt. Eric Gutzmer and his family Monday in Palatine. The Gutmer's attend the church and their children go to the school.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Grayslake residents along Lindsey Avenue have decorated their homes and trees with lights to bring joy to their neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  Grayslake residents along Lindsey Avenue have decorated their homes and trees with lights to bring joy to their neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen CEO Mike Aukerman, center, talks with donor Yale Wolk of Lindenhurst during the American Red Cross blood drive Tuesday held at the Vernon Hills business.
  DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen CEO Mike Aukerman, center, talks with donor Yale Wolk of Lindenhurst during the American Red Cross blood drive Tuesday held at the Vernon Hills business.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Chris Wolf closes a hatchback after bringing out items for curbside pickup at Shady Hills Gardens nursery in Elburn Wednesday.
  Chris Wolf closes a hatchback after bringing out items for curbside pickup at Shady Hills Gardens nursery in Elburn Wednesday.
Rick West | Staff Photographer
Firefighters wait to lift the casket at the funeral for Lincolnshire-Riverwoods firefighter/paramedic Mark Amore at Church of Holy Apostles in McHenry Wednesday.
  Firefighters wait to lift the casket at the funeral for Lincolnshire-Riverwoods firefighter/paramedic Mark Amore at Church of Holy Apostles in McHenry Wednesday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Larry D'Angelo, owner of Al's Shoe Service in Mount Prospect, is making crosses by hand from leather and rubber, and he now has thousands of orders from all over the country. The idea originated after business declined at his shop due to the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.
  Larry D'Angelo, owner of Al's Shoe Service in Mount Prospect, is making crosses by hand from leather and rubber, and he now has thousands of orders from all over the country. The idea originated after business declined at his shop due to the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Edward-Elmhurst Health hospital staff members walk outside the east entrance where some of the 300 24-inch decorative daffodils were placed Tuesday April 21, 2020. The hospital system is placing 24-inch decorative daffodils outside each hospital for every COVID-19 patient who has been discharged.
  Edward-Elmhurst Health hospital staff members walk outside the east entrance where some of the 300 24-inch decorative daffodils were placed Tuesday April 21, 2020. The hospital system is placing 24-inch decorative daffodils outside each hospital for every COVID-19 patient who has been discharged.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
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