Top Chicago news: City rents hotel rooms for those who can't isolate at home; 4 injured in crash

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Nurse's lawsuit alleges Northwestern Memorial Hospital fired her for warning about 'ineffective' COVID-19 masks

The lawsuit claims she was laid off in retaliation for warning staff that the masks the hospital provided were unsafe.

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Chicago rents thousands of empty hotel rooms for people who can’t isolate at home

Those diagnosed with COVID-19 or are awaiting test results will be housed in hotels to alleviate the strain on hospitals.

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Gov. Pritzker outlines hospital capacity in Illinois

The governor said that, according to worst-case scenario projections, without preventive measures like the stay-at-home order in place, the state of Illinois would need more than 2,500 more non-ICU beds and 800 ICU beds in the course of a week.

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4 injured, including 2 police officers, in Avondale crash

Four people were injured, including two Chicago police officers, after a crash in the Avondale neighborhood Tuesday morning, police said.

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