COVID-19 Across Chicago: Skokie
Clip: 05/18/2020 | 6m 6s
Skokie is home to the Illinois Holocaust Museum, the state’s only synagogue for the deaf and Old Orchard Mall — each of which have had to close during the coronavirus. To date, it’s seen 698 confirmed cases of the coronavirus. Amanda Vinicky has this report as part of our series.
Aired: 05/18/20 |
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