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Illinois delivers more than 269,000 vaccines; 126,111 vaccinated thus far Illinois delivers more than 269,000 vaccines; 126,111 vaccinated thus far

Illinois delivers more than 269,000 vaccines; 126,111 vaccinated thus far

As Illinois’ COVID-19 hospitalization and case numbers have stabilized since the second-wave highs last month, the governor’s office announced 126,211 vaccinations were administered throughout the state, including Chicago, as of Tuesday evening.

Only three new laws take effect Jan. 1 Only three new laws take effect Jan. 1

Only three new laws take effect Jan. 1

When a new year begins in Illinois, there typically are dozens if not hundreds of new laws going into effect. Not this year.

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