Illinois’ top doctors answer everything you need to know about COVID-19, including the Delta variant

Be part of the conversation with our event moderator Bob Gallo, Illinois State Director of AARP Illinois and special guests.

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Join AARP, the Chicago Sun-Times and Illinois’ top doctors for a conversation on everything you need to know about COVID-19, including the Delta variant. 

Learn more about the current COVID-19 challenges and discover helpful information regarding the pandemic. 

Illinois’ top doctors answer everything you need to know about COVID-19, including the Delta variant
Be part of the conversation with our event moderator Bob Gallo, Illinois State Director of AARP Illinois and special guests.

  • Dr. Ngozi Ezike, Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health
  • Dr. Allison Arwady, MD, MPH, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health

Mark your calendars to join us online on Monday, July 19 at noon for this dynamic discussion. 

Please submit your questions for the panelists when you RSVP.

Monday, July 19, 2021

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