Here's the latest updates about the coronavirus and its impact on the Quad-Cities.
Kall, Cook families present Corona Kindness Lights in Davenport
COVID-19 continues to affect life in the Quad-Cities, but it's also creating jobs in certain sectors.
Test supplies are still limited. People with flu-like symptoms are asked to assume they have the illness and take precautions.
Rock Island County has a second confirmed case of COVID-19.
Construction on the new Interstate 74 bridge has come to a halt after at least one worker tested positive for COVID-19, according to a union working on bridge construction.
“At first, people were reluctant to believe it was happening. As time’s gone on, most people have become believers."
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, and layoffs and closures abound, businesses and workers in the Quad-Cities are encouraged to contact their financial institutions and/or credit card and lending companies first.
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Those wanting to stock up on supplies from grocery stores may encounter something new at the checkout lane — a Plexiglas panel.
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Researchers used cellphone data to show how people move during the pandemic. Scott County residents aren't staying at home.