(Source: Chicago Tribune) – Chicago might mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for access to certain public spaces as the omicron variant arrived in a city still grappling with an existing surge that has blown up caseloads to levels not seen in almost a year. City public health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady gave few details Tuesday on the potential requirement, an idea that has been implemented in other areas of the U.S. but took longer for Chicago authorities to warm up to. She said proof of vaccination as a tactic for stemming coronavirus transmission appealed to her more than returning to stricter restrictions. […]

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