Linda Frank, Dan Hardy, Damian Davis discussed on Chicago's Afternoon News


Impact of returning to normal. Linda Frank, who owns Hawkeyes on Taylor Street, wants customers to know they've taken every health precaution. To welcome them back safely. I am hopeful they're more customers will realize that the restaurants are safe and they should patronize those restaurants that they they choose to, but that you know there is not a germ lurking behind every glass and and and dinner plate to attack them. Meanwhile, Cook County is starting to wind down operations at some of its mass vaccination sites. Major General Rich Neely said. They're shifting some of the resources of the national Guard who have been administering shots since January, trying to be very flexible. In our approach, but we've already started reducing numbers and will continue to do that, as uh, as the numbers decreased across the state, the Cook County health director says everyone who wants a vaccine has been able to get one. Another focus is convincing people who have been hesitant to get the shot A man was charged today for a deadly hit and run that killed a one year old girl in court records show. He was on parole for another deadly crash. At the time. Damian Davis was charged with felony reckless homicide, driving on a revoked license, speeding and was issued three citations after he was identified as the driver in a hit and run on May 27th, a one year old girl named Jeremiah Harris died as a result of the hit and run. Dan Hardy is her grandfather. I still feel the same because one day you're gonna meet that faith and it's not going to be good for you. You're still doing the same old thing, man. You too.

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