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Also in "blue' state Illinois, if we are supposed to keep score:

Packed Lollapalooza wraps up with massive crowds in Chicago amid fears the four-day concert could become a COVID super-spreader event
  • The four-day music festival will close on Sunday with headliners Foo Fighters playing to 100,000 people
  • The event, in its 30th year, is one of the largest festivals to have been staged since the pandemic began
  • Attendees must present proof of being fully vaccinated, or else show a negative COVID test within 72 hours
  • On Thursday 90 percent of those attending were fully vaccinated, officials said, and 600 were turned away
  • Chicago's COVID case load had dropped to as low as 34 in late June, but is now back up to 192 - although hospitalizations remain drastically lower
  • Health officials report that 51.7 percent of the city's 2.6 million residents are fully vaccinated - lower than the state average of 58 percent
  • An increase in COVID cases is expected after the event, although officials are hoping that it will not see a serious surge in hospitalizations and deaths

complete text: Packed Lollapalooza wraps up with massive crowds in Chicago amid fears of COVID super-spreader event | Daily Mail Online

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Also in "blue' state Illinois, if we are supposed to keep score:

Packed Lollapalooza wraps up with massive crowds in Chicago amid fears the four-day concert could become a COVID super-spreader event
  • The four-day music festival will close on Sunday with headliners Foo Fighters playing to 100,000 people
  • The event, in its 30th year, is one of the largest festivals to have been staged since the pandemic began
  • Attendees must present proof of being fully vaccinated, or else show a negative COVID test within 72 hours
  • On Thursday 90 percent of those attending were fully vaccinated, officials said, and 600 were turned away
  • Chicago's COVID case load had dropped to as low as 34 in late June, but is now back up to 192 - although hospitalizations remain drastically lower
  • Health officials report that 51.7 percent of the city's 2.6 million residents are fully vaccinated - lower than the state average of 58 percent
  • An increase in COVID cases is expected after the event, although officials are hoping that it will not see a serious surge in hospitalizations and deaths

complete text: Packed Lollapalooza wraps up with massive crowds in Chicago amid fears of COVID super-spreader event | Daily Mail Online
Probably. Sturgis too.
 
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