Back a month ago, I wrote a commentary in the Chicago Tribune in which I criticized the governor's complete lack of communication (and seeming lack of plans) regarding contact tracing, despite the mandate that to move to Phase 3 contact tracing must be implemented, and to move to Phase 4, contact tracing must be fully … Continue reading Contact Tracing is an Urgent Task. So Why Is the State Failing at It?
It's right there in black and white: contact tracing is a key part of Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker's "Restore Illinois" plan. To move from Phase 2 to Phase 3, permitting the opening of child care, retail, and gatherings of 10 or fewer people, requires the beginnings of "contact tracing and monitoring within 24 hours of … Continue reading Has Pritzker Abandoned Contact Tracing as a “Restore Illinois” Requirement?
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No bailout for Illinois pensions. But what next?