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Healthcare providers of Chicago reach out to help underprivileged communities during COVID-19 emergency
Erie Family Health Centers gives incorporated and moderate clinical, dental and social human services for patients all things considered, under one rooftop.
President and CEO Dr Lee Francis joined ABC 7 Chicago remotely to discuss what his organization is doing during the COVID-19 emergency.
Francis told that they saw a spike in cases among minority networks and is currently beginning to descend, but it hasn't dropped enough yet.
He said that these people group are likewise profoundly affected by other chronic conditions and low vaccination rates for youngsters.
They're attempting to contact these people through telehealth. Erie serves over 82,000 patients for each year at 13 areas all through Chicago and the encompassing rural areas, paying little heed to protection status, movement status, or the capacity to pay.
Stacey Baca of Chicago shared the recipe of her famous Seven-Layer Dip on Saturday.
Spread bean dip on the base of a little glass cake pan and spread guacamole as the subsequent layer. Blend sour cream and taco blend and place it as the third layer. Make sure to cover all the guacamole cautiously. The fourth layer is heavily grated cheese! Chopped tomatoes are put, trailed by cut dark olives. Top with green onion slices and eat with corn chips and tortilla.
- Bean dip- 1 can
- 8 ounces of guacamole (homemade can also be used)
- Sour cream- 8 ounces
- Grated cheese
- 2 chopped tomatoes
- Sliced Black olives- 1 can
- Green onions- 3 slices
Chicago Police and other officials announced they are preparing a public safety strategy for Memorial Day Weekend on Friday morning.
At 11 a.m., the Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown and representatives from the Chicago Fire Department, Chicago Park District, and other agencies made this announcement in a press conference.
To increase the safety for people, Chicago police will increase the number of patrols from Friday. People will be able to see a more significant amount of uniform police officers in and around major transit hubs and thoroughfares.
When it comes to large events, the preparation has to be good, and all the aspects of safety should be considered forming a new operation team. For this, the city is launching a first-of-its-kind Summer Operations Center within the Emergency Operations Center at OEMC. According to officials, SOC will start on Friday, and for every weekend this summer, it will be staffed by representatives from different departments of the city such as the Park District, Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago Public Schools, Streets and Sanitation and more. This operation aims to reach the most vulnerable parts of the society, and departments and agencies will be able to monitor the city quickly and efficiently with this new center.
As the Memorial Day is approaching, it may be an official start to grilling and outdoor smoking for many, but due to COVID-19, many grocery stores are having limited stocks of commercial beef pork processors.
As most of the restaurants are closed, many farmers and butchers have enough products to sell.
You can either order online or go and pick up from the farms, and your purchase will support the local farmers and business owners, and there is even a guarantee for high quality.
Shelly Herman and Irv Cernauskas have been delivering local products purchased fresh from farms, which include organic produce, meat, and cheese for all the Chicagoland.
The Hofherr Meat Company, which is just a few miles away, has one of the best butcher shops in the North Shore region, which delivers all over the area. They buy their products from local farms like Catalpa Grove and Creekstone, usually trimming and breaking things down themselves depending on customer orders.
In the West loop area, Publican Quality Meats is butchering similarly.
"We are sourcing from small, family farms, and we are getting whole animals, and we are introducing our customers to less common cuts of meat," said Head Butcher Rob Levitt.
Loretto Hospital is offering free and easy testing for COVID-19, but this offer is turning out to be a danger in itself as people arrive at the center hours before the testing begins for COVID-19 at 9 a.m. on the weekend.
Dr. Nikhila Juvvadi, a chief clinical officer at Loretto, said, "So the process, once you get to in the front of the line, is probably less than three minutes, but it is the waiting process. But we try to do the best we can with how many people we have and the resources."
Lorette is located in the Austin neighborhood and is providing drive-thru and walk-up testing since April. The virus is proving to be more harmful to communities of color.
"Austin is an underserved community in terms of health care in general," said Erin Borders, director of outpatient services. "Most of our patients who come to Loretto and in the community have comorbidity."
Around 300 specimens are collected in Loretto daily and are then sent to state labs for processing. According to hospital officials, it takes 5 days to get reports, and delivery of the results is a challenge in such a time.
The medical workers at testing centers know the risk of their jobs, but without thinking about consequences, keep working to provide help to people.
Hospital officials are varied as they are unable to provide antibody testing; they are only testing for a person who has COVID-19 or not.
Chicago Area Runners Association's around 11,000 members are set to provide help to reopen the city lakefront trails in summer.
The CARA organization started planning the steps to be followed to adhere to state and city guidelines.
Greg Hipp, executive director of CARA, said, "At no time have we felt that the mayor was wrong. We think it's time for the mayor to help us move forward."
Thousands of members of the organization are pleading to Mayor Lori Lightfoot to reopen the lakefront trails, and they are willing to help.
"It revolves around initially limited uses," Hipp said. "That being through traffic exercise only. So running, walking, biking. Limited hours. So we are proposing 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. is the initial time the trail would be open."
"When the lakefront will open, it will open when the public health guidance tells us it is time," Lightfoot said.
Lightfoot said that she needs to approach reopening cautiously to keep people safe.
"We saw from experience in February and March, before I shut down the lakefront, that no amount of talking, cajoling and education is going to work for some, so, knowing that, we've got to open up the lakefront in a way where we've got specific guidelines in place," Lightfoot said.
Hipp and CARA believe the time to act is now.
While numerous eateries attempt to think of approaches to implement social separating amid state’s reviving economies, one nearby café bunch has discovered an exceptional arrangement.
The Harry Caray’s eatery bunch has incidentally shut down all areas in Chicago, Rosemont and Lombard because of the pandemic.
Be that as it may, the café needs to invite supporters grandly, with vast amounts of cardboard patterns of Harry!
Since Harry cherished being with individuals, they thought having a lot of ‘Harrys’ filling void seats would be an approach to have some Harry-style fun! Visitors could likewise get a special photograph operation while keeping up a sheltered domain.
At the point when eateries at first revive, authorities have said they should hold fast to the six-foot social removing CDC rule, which has provoked a few eateries to go through mannequins or blow dolls to fill void seats.
Across the board open coronavirus testing in Illinois isn't yet accessible, yet if your primary care physician has given you a note to get tried, and your manifestations are mellow enough not to be hospitalized, here's the place to go.
The province of Illinois is working a few drive-through COVID-19 testing offices in the Chicago region, in downstate Bloomington and Rockford. It was on Chicago's Northwest Side, that opened first, in the previous emanations testing office. An extra office opened in Markham on April 14. A third site opened on April 22 in Aurora, and a fourth opened on April 24 in Rockford.
The community-based testing places are open seven days every week to test anybody with COVID-19 side effects, characterized as a hack or brevity of breath with a fever. Testing is free, and however, supplies are restricted and accessible on a first-come, first-served premise.
IDPH Aurora community-based testing site
1650 Premium Outlet Blvd.
Hours: 8a-4p or while supplies last
IDPH Waukegan community-based testing site
2161 Northwestern Ave.
Hours: 8a-4p or while supplies last (opens May 3)
IDPH Harwood Heights community-based testing site
6959 Forest Preserve Drive
Hours: 7a-3p or while supplies last
IDPH Markham community-based testing site
3824 W. 159th Place
Hours: 8a-4p or while supplies last
Loretto Hospital on Chicago's West Side is additionally set up as a coronavirus testing site. The testing site is available to the general population and human services labourers and specialists on call. The site is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Chicago's Humboldt Park neighbourhood, Norwegian American Hospital has propelled a COVID-19 screening and testing.
Testing is by arrangement just and accessible to patients 18 and more seasoned.
Some of the other testing sites:
-Kennedy-King College, 6301 South Halsted St.
-Saucedo Elementary School, 2850 West 24th BLVD
-Gately Park, 744 E. 103rd St
-Dr. Jorge Prieto Math and Science Academy, 2331 N Central Ave
-Senka Park, 5656 South St. Louis Avenue
All patients must have a physical assessment utilizing their Curbside Care program at a PIC critical consideration facility preceding being qualified for COVID-19 testing.
Physicians Immediate Care - Plainfield - Caton Farm
6050 Caton Farm Road
Hours: 8-4:30 M-F
Physicians Immediate Care - Orland Park
9570 W 159th St.
Orland Park, IL
Hours: 8-4:30 M-F
Physicians Immediate Care - Rockford - S Alpine
3475 S. Alpine Road
Hours: 8-6 M-F, 8-2 SS
Physicians Immediate Care - Rockford - E State
6595 E. State St.
Hours: 8-4:30 M-F
Physicians Immediate Care - Machesney Park
11475 N. 2nd St.
Machesney Park, IL
Hours: 8-4:30 M-F
Physicians Immediate Care - Norridge
4900 N Cumberland Ave.
Hours: 8-6 M-F, 8-2 SS
Physicians Immediate Care - Joliet - Larkin
800 N. Larkin Ave.
Hours: 8-6 M-F, 8-2 SS
Physicians Immediate Care - Chicago - Lincoln & Peterson
5961 N. Lincoln Ave.
Hours: 8-4:30 M-F
Physicians Immediate Care - DeKalb-Sycamore
2496 DeKalb St.
Hours: 8-6 M-F, 8-2 SS
Physicians Immediate Care - Chicago - Old Town
121 W. North Ave.
Hours: 8-4:30 M-F
Physicians Immediate Care - Aurora
2858 Kirk Road
Hours: 8-6 M-F, 8-2 SS
Physicians Immediate Care - Bolingbrook
391 S. Bolingbrook Drive
Hours: 8-6 M-F, 8-2 SS
TWO FORD PLANT EMPLOYEE TESTED POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS ON THE FIRST DAY OF THEIR OPENING AFTER TWO WEEKS
2 staff members at a local Ford plant have now positively identified for the coronavirus just a day after it officially opened again.
The Ford Assembly plant on Southern Torrence Avenue restarted for the first time on Mon after 2 weeks of closure. Two team members returned with the disease, Ford reported.
The organization said that they have sent the employees and also those who were also in direct touch to home for isolation.
Ford said their workplace has been disinfected since.
Another staff member told the local news channel that they think there are more than 2 positive cases.
The office of Governor said that it is trying to ensure that Ford follows the correct safety protocols.
A major explosion occurred on Monday morning North Side metal scrap yard. According to Ald. Brain Hopkins, firefighters, quickly responded to the fire.
According to a spokesperson from the company, Randall Samborn, the explosion took place at around 9 a.m. at General Iron Industries, 1909N. Clifton Avenue.
He said that no one got injured in the explosion, and there was no fire after the initial blast.
According to the Chicago Fire Department, firefighters responded to the General Iron Industries site in Lincoln Park after an explosion occurred on its conveyor system. On arrival, the firefighters checked the air quality, and there was no risk for the nearby residents. The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) is on-site to conduct further testing and evaluation, and the Fire Department is investigating the incident.
Last September, General Iron Industries agreed that the site will soon be vacated and will be moved to the Southeast Side by the end of 2020. Hopkins has called for closure before it starts releasing excessive amounts of pollution in the neighborhood.
Hopkins called Mayor Lori Lightfoot to pass the order to close the plant immediately.
"Permanent and immediate closure of this hazardous facility is no longer a discussion point, it must happen NOW, by executive order," Hopkins said.
A new testing center in Chicago was toured by Mayor Lori Lightfoot, and actor Sean Penn joined her for the tour.
Peen is the co-founder of a community that is working with the city to establish new testing centers, and the group is named "CORE."
Penn and renowned Spanish Chef Jose Andres have organization and have collaborated to make new testing centers around the country and also here in Chicago.
Chef Andre's organization World Central Kitchen and Penn's organization are working together to provide food to areas with a high number of positive cases and mainly black and brown communities. Lightfoot also emphasized that the testing centers are free and regardless of one's community.
Mayor Lightfoot said that increasing testing capacity is the only way to move towards the next reopening phase. The next stage will include opening up restaurants and adding that if some restaurants don't open now, they will never open again.
Lightfoot and Penn warned people about reopening too quickly, and She also said she was thinking about penalizing the churches which violated the rules of social distancing on Sunday.
Additional testing sites will be located at:
-Saucedo Elementary School, 2850 West 24th BLVD.;
-Dr. Jorge Prieto Math and Science Academy, 2331 N Central Ave.;
-Kennedy-King College, 6301 South Halsted St.;
-Gately Park, 744 E. 103rd St.;
-Senka Park, 5656 South St. Louis Avenue.
The number of positive cases is increasing quickly all around the world. The rate is also very high for the U.S. The number of confirmed cases in Illinois has reached 98,030 and 4,379 deaths.
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Illinois is slowly moving towards the next phase of reopening, but the number of positive cases is growing even faster. Many are debating Gov. JB Pritzker's plans for the next phase.
According to Illinois health officials, 59 new deaths and 2,294 new cases of COVID-19 had been recorded on Monday. That brings the state total to 96,485, including 4,234 deaths.
In the last 24 hours, laboratories had reported 21,297 specimens, and as on Monday, the statewide test positivity rate is 14%.
As Illinois is moving towards the next reopening phase, Gov. Pritzker had planned to keep businesses closed and penalize them if the open. This plan is being debated.
Across Illinois, all the Republican representatives held a video conference on Tuesday morning. They said that the Governor's plan to penalize the businesses that open in defiance of the shutdown is a misuse of powers and did not involve any procedure. They may call a General Assembly and vote on the rule.
State Rep. Keith Wheeler (R-50th District) said, "He cannot and should not unilaterally keep ruling the state as he has been doing for the last two months. It's time for collaboration. The Pritzker administration has reached beyond its authority, and it's time to restore proper checks and balances to the state government, so tomorrow morning, I will make the motion to suspend this emergency rulemaking that criminalizes business owners."
Almost 2 weeks left in May, Chicago set the mark on Tues for series of intense rainfall events, claiming the rainiest May in the history.
Chicago's O'Hare International Airport recorded 8.3 inches of rain, rendering it the heaviest rain in May since 1950s record-keeping, according to reports from the NWS.
In 2019, 8.25 inches whereas in 2018 there are 8.2 inches of rain recorded. There prediction of mild-moderate flooding in the area because of heavy rains.
The terror attacks made gun-buying restrictions more common for the American population to exercise their right to possess weapons.
Be that as it may, top law implementation authorities and gun specialists said there has never been a scramble for weapons as found in Illinois since the beginning of the COVID-19 lockdown.
Weapon sellers are setting changes to meet expectations as "basic organizations," as customary clients and newcomers the same need new guns, ammo and preparing.
Changes are evident at Maxon Shooter's Supplies and Indoor Range in Des Plaines since COVID-19. Clients enter individually and are required to deliver their Firearm Owners Identification card, otherwise called a FOID card.
Supporters should likewise pull down their face covers so a camera can catch their image for security to demonstrate they are who they state they are.
There is yellow tape to stress on social separating, through the business region and at the indoor shooting range where just every other path is presently utilized.
Proprietor Dan Eldridge said they've needed to restock supplies and business is energetic.
Eldridge likewise told that during the previous nine weeks, they had been scarcely ready to stay aware of interest for weapons, ammo and preparing, with most of the purchasers being first-time firearm proprietors. Hand firearms are the top dealers.
Konrad Skarzynski got his first firearm this past April at Maxon's.
Skarzynski bought a 9mm self-loader hand firearm and has been taking instructional courses at Maxon's.
The 36-year-old truck driver told that he got his Firearm Owners ID card quite a while back and wasn't constrained to purchase a weapon up to this point. He fears the pandemic could prompt common distress.
As indicated by the official executive of the Federal Licensees of Illinois, Todd Vandermyde, his interests are not unreasonably remarkable.
Vandermyde stated that various individuals out there who are incredibly concerned, regardless of anything else, will be all alone for their very own security. New state records got by the ABC7 I-Team uncover an unprecedented flood in personal investigations required to purchase guns in Illinois.
While the state doesn't follow genuine buys, these historical verifications are utilized as an indicator.
Since the pandemic lockdown from mid-March to early May, there has been a close to 60% expansion in historical verifications contrasted with a year ago; over 100,000 got and handled over the most recent two months.
Those record numbers additionally reflected the nation over. As indicated by the latest FBI information dissected by the I-Team, in March, those individual verifications bounced by right around 1 million from the earlier month.
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The growing number of innovations in the areas of pathology would further increase the size of the market to a great deal, in the next six years. According to MRFR, the Digital Pathology Market is expected to register a CAGR of 6.5% over the review period from 2021 to 2028 and expected to reach USD 1.4 Billion by 2028.
Digital Pathology or Computational Pathology leverages completely new perceptions through data analysis, enabling pathologists to consult on treatment options. The rapidly evolving pathology sector is a key element of modern diagnostic practices. There have been several innovations and widespread adoption of digital pathology. It has long been realized that the traditional histopathology is inefficient as it exposes samples to various handlers, increasing the scope for human error.
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The digital pathology, on the other hand, eliminates the risk factors, while also providing the pathologist with the necessary images and clinical information to generate the most accurate and complete clinical diagnosis. Hence, pathology centers across the globe are increasingly adopting digital pathology to increase diagnostic speeds and accuracy. This broad uptake is, in turn, helping the market of digital pathology to grow rapidly.
Advantages like speedy diagnosis processes are facilitating treatments, which drive the market ahead. Additionally, the advanced medical services and the burgeoning healthcare sector worldwide are fostering the growth of the digital pathology market. The demand for fast proceedings of treatments, with an accurate diagnosis, is rising, which results in the growth of the digital pathology market.
The transition to cloud pathology is a prominent trend, observed during the analysis, which is expected to push up the growth in the market. This is due to the cloud-based delivery of solutions, which is cost-effective, take minimal installation time without needing a sophisticated IT infrastructure.
Integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies into digital pathology is another such trend noticed during MRFR analysis. Investors are ready to invest hugely in start-ups attempting to apply artificial intelligence. Many entrants are getting benefitted with substantial grants. Technology experts think that machine learning and other sophisticated technologies could assist pathologists, making them more precise in their analysis.
AI has the capacity of turning pathology into a digital zone. However, AI experts need to ensure that AI technology can reliably process reams of data, and the software is seamlessly integrated into the workflow of pathologists. Advances in the automation enable pathologists to spend more time on tougher cases, providing them with insights about the issues that human eyes can’t detect.
Global Digital Pathology Market – Segments
- By Type: Human Pathology and Animal Pathology.
- By Application: mHealth, Telemedicine, Disease Diagnosis, and Drug Discovery, among others.
- By End Users: Hospital/Clinics, Pharmaceutical Companies, Reference Laboratories, and Research Institutes, among others.
- By-Products: Storage Server Systems, Scanners, and Software, among others.
- By Regions: Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, and Rest-of-the-World.
Global Digital Pathology Market – Regional Analysis
North America market leads the global digital pathology market with a significant share. The well-developed healthcare sector in the US & Canada, together with high per capita healthcare expenditures of these economies drive the regional market growth. Moreover, the presence of some of the matured market players fuels growth in the regional market. The market is further expected to create a substantial revenue pocket throughout the forecast period (2017-2023).
The digital pathology market in the European region takes the second lead. The market is predominantly driven by the availability of funds for research, well-developed healthcare infrastructure, huge patient population, and government support for R&D. The UK and Germany, backed by high healthcare expenditures majorly propel the growth of the Europe market.
The Asia Pacific digital pathology is emerging as a promising market globally. Expected to become the fastest-growing market for digital pathology, The APAC region is estimated to grow rapidly over the projected period. Moreover, factors such as the increasing healthcare expenditures along with favorable government policies of developing economies like India and China foster the regional market growth.
Digital Pathology Market - Competitive Analysis
Highly competitive, the digital pathology market appears to be fragmented with the presence of several large and small players. Many well-established players, along with the new entrants, form a competitive landscape. Through strategic initiatives, such as acquisition, expansion, collaboration, and product/technology launch, these players try to gain a competitive advantage in this market. Substantial investments are transpired in R&D to develop a completely different technology compared to their competition.
Players leading the digital pathology market include Danaher Corporation (US), Olympus Corporation (Japan), Inspirata (US), Huron Digital Pathology Inc. (Canada), 3DHISTECH Ltd. (Hungary), Koninklijke Philips N.V. (the Netherlands), Microdimensions GmbH (Germany), F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. (Switzerland), Mikroscan Technologies, Inc. (US), and Definiens (Germany), among others.
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