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Vaccination requirements to intend indoor public settings, including gyms and concerts. The alderman's say they're worried about an uptick in cases has cooler weather drives more people indoors. President Biden and the first lady urged students at a school in Washington D. C this morning to follow facemasks policies. Reporter asked the president about a legal challenge to school mask mandates filed by the governor of Florida. This isn't a game. And I don't know of any scientist out there in this field, but doesn't think it makes us considerable sense to do the six things I've suggested. The president yesterday signed an executive order requiring vaccination for all employees of the executive branch and contractors who do business with the federal government. No testing opt outs expected to be included for the executive. Branch requirement. Construction on the Irving Park Road Bridge is completed, connects the 312 River run linking three parks along the north branch of the Chicago River. Mayor Lightfoot joined the park district to cut the ribbon this morning, saying the bridge is the kind of infrastructure the city needs to protect residents and renew our efforts. To create climate change, open spaces, trails and other dedicated infrastructure for walking and biking will not only reduce emissions but directly support the physical and mental health of our residents. The more the more than $18 million Irving Park Road Bridge Project was funded through local, state and federal sources. A five month old boy is saved after he was found in a car on Chicago's south side. He was with three adults were unconscious from an apparent drug overdose. Police say the car was found yesterday in the 500 block of East 67th Street. The woman and one man were taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition. The other man was revived with Narcan and refused medical treatment. The baby appeared to be okay and was taken to comer Children's Hospital for Observation. Pam Jones, WGN news The United Nations says Afghanistan's now teetering on the brink of universal poverty. You n special envoy Deborah Lyons thinks it'll take a united world to prevent an economic collapse in Afghanistan. There is an immediate and pressing need to deliver on a huge scale essential humanitarian aid in areas such as health, food, security, nonfood items and sanitation, The U. N says. Without it two decades of economic gains could be gone in a matter of nine months. And now WGN Sports Day Minute Tampa Bay off to a one and no start after last night's last second win over Dallas to kick off the NFL season, the Bears get their season going Sunday night against the Rams happen. Oh, be returned to W. G. N for another season pre and post every Bears Game day starting Sunday at six. The Cubs have won eight of nine. Today they host the team with the best record in baseball, the Giants and former cub Kris Bryant. Tonight. The White Sox host Boston, Carlos rode down slated to start Topsy Novak Djokovic looks to reach the U. S open final when he faces fourth seed Alexander Zverev, while second seed Daniel Medvedev faces Felix our gear Alice seem in the first semi Dave Edit W G M SPORTS The forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center meteorologist Paul Conrad. Sunday skies across Chicago Lane here this afternoon will climbed about 80 degrees..