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ANDOVER — The COVID-19 pandemic caused many event cancellations in the past year, including Andover’s 185th Anniversary Festival. But it will be held this year, on Saturday, June 5, and Sunday, June 6.
After weeks and months of waiting, Illinois will enter the bridge phase of the Restore Illinois reopening plan Friday. The newest phase is intended to be a slow and steady ramp-up to Phase 5, the most permissive level of reopening with no capacity limits, on June 11 at the earliest.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Thursday announced plans to scale back COVID restrictions.
If current trends hold, the state could move to full reopening under Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s revised plan by early-to-mid June.
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This year’s weddings will still look different, but progress on the vaccine rollout and Chicago’s move to loosen restrictions offer a path to weddings that would have been off limits last year, when couples who didn’t postpone stuck to microweddings, minimonies and elopements.
After enduring more than a year of pandemic-related cancellations, in-person proms and graduations are finally giving the class of 2021 and their families reasons to celebrate.
Long-standing Chicago parades canceled during the pandemic would get first dibs on reclaiming the dates to hold their events rather than having to vie with neighborhood opponents under a plan aldermen advanced Thursday.
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In addition to allowing more fans at outdoor high school sporting events, Pritzker said his administration is “making sure that we’re bringing back conventions and outdoor activities for the summer, including maybe some medium-size gatherings.”
The CDC says the risk of complications or death due to Covid-19 rises for those with high BMI or obesity. Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
Two large industry events that typically bring a combined 126,000 people to Chicago’s McCormick Place have been canceled for the second straight year because of COVID-19.
I was reading the section of the paper with the letters to the editor, and I noticed that almost all of the letters were about a national political issue. While I think that these issues should be discussed, I would like to see more letters about community-centered topics mixed in with these issues.
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