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Illinois Has Over 11,000 Cases for First Time Since 2020

Clip: 12/02/2021 | 8m 52s

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Illinois public health officials are reporting more than 11-thousand new COVID cases for the first time since 2020 — when vaccines were not available. The spike in cases comes amid concerns of the omicron variant, which has not yet been detected in Illinois. How will all of this factor into COVID guidance from the city and recommendations for holiday travel?

Aired: 12/02/21 | Rating: NR

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