Coronavirus In Illinois: What You Need To Know On April 14

(WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- Here are latest developments in the coronavirus outbreak in Illinois on Tuesday, April 14, 2020: 

Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker said Monday he'll determine when to lift or modify his stay-at-home order, in response to assertions from President Trump that the states will take their cues from the White House. He would not say whether his stay-at-home order would be extended from April 30, the current end date, but said any return to normalcy could come in phases rather than all at once. Earlier Monday, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said she thinks it's likely people will need to continue staying home beyond April 30. MORE DETAILS.

NEW NUMBERS: The Illinois Department of Public Health reported 1,173 new cases, including 74 deaths. That takes the state's overall known total to 22,025 cases in 87 counties, including 794 deathsREAD MORE HERE.

A judge has ordered the McHenry County Health Department to disclose names of people infected with COVID-19 to first responders in the northwest suburbs, the McHenry County state’s attorney’s office announced Monday. MORE DETAILS HERE.

Chicago police announced Monday 30 more confirmed case of COVID-19, bringing the number of cases in the department to 200. Of the cases, 193 are officers and seven are civilian employees, Chicago police said. READ MORE HERE.

At least 94 employees of the Chicago Fire Department have tested positive for the coronavirus, the department reported Tuesday. Of those, 18 members have already returned to duty, according to CFD spokesman Larry Merritt. MORE DETAILS HERE.

The Office of the Chief Judge of Cook County announced Monday that another employee tested positive for COVID-19, raising the number of positive cases in that office to 15. The employee works at the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center and last reported for work April 7. DETAILS HERE.

The Cook County medical examiner’s office Monday confirmed 55 additional COVID-19 deaths, bringing the total in the county to 581. The adults ages ranged from 36 to 92 years old, the medical examiner’s office said. Deaths in Cook County account for about 73% of the deaths in Illinois. READ MORE HERE.

A 16th employee at the Cook County Circuit Court clerk’s office has tested positive for COVID-19.The employee worked in District 4, 1500 Maybrook Dr., Maywood, and last reported to work on March 16. MORE DETAILS HERE.

Off Their Plate, a nonprofit organization with the aim of reviving restaurant jobs and providing meals to health care workers on the front-lines of the coronavirus pandemic, launched this week in Chicago. READ MORE HERE.

Mayor Lightfoot announced Monday new measures to help the homeless during the COVID-19 pandemicMORE DETAILS.

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