Lollapalooza To Require Masks In Indoor Spaces

The concern is not just in Chicago, but for all of these music lovers bringing COVID-19 back to their hometowns, where in many cases the vaccination rates are much lower. 

Lollapalooza To Require Masks In Indoor Spaces

CHICAGO (CBS) — Lollapalooza is one of the, if not the, biggest event in Chicago since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The concern is not just in Chicago, but for all of these music lovers bringing COVID-19 back to their hometowns, where in many cases the vaccination rates are much lower.

Beginning Saturday Lollapalooza will require masks for everyone in indoor spaces.

The festival is outdoors, which might help slow the spread of COVID, but there are indoor risks from Lollapalooza as well. Chicago Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said one of the reasons she felt good about Lollapalooza was that it is an outdoor event, but there are a number of events associated with the festival that are indoors, such as after parties.

CBS 2 also found photos that show packed trains full of people leaving the suburbs to come to the event in the city.

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Bears Training Camp Day 3: Sam Mustipher Looks To Hold Starting Position

Trades featuring young prospects were the center of attention, but the Bears continued week one of training camp with one lineman trying to hold his place as a starter. 

Bears Training Camp Day 3: Sam Mustipher Looks To Hold Starting Position

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (CBS) — Trades featuring young prospects were the center of attention, but the Bears continued week one of training camp with one lineman trying to hold his place as a starter.

Sam Mustipher, an undrafted rookie in 2019, is now looking to lock down the starting center job he took over last season. He added weight and strength in the offseason in the best way possible.

“I ate whatever I wanted to,” he said. “It was an offensive lineman’s dream, and just trying to get as strong as possible. Chicago has a lot of good food. I love Lou’s. Thin crust, deep dish it’s all good.”

Darnell Mooney wants to build off a stellar rookie campaign. He’s been working closely with Allen Robinson. As Head Coach Matt Nagy described it, the two are “attached at the hip.”

“We worked out quite a bit together,” Mooney said. “I’d watch him from afar. Sometimes when I’m not there. I’d even watch the videos that he’s by himself. I learned from him slowing down myself in my head. Being smoother in my routes. Just pacing myself in my routes, but not losing my speed.”

The Bears have a lot of speed at wide receiver with Mooney, Damiere Bryd, and Marquise Goodwin. Mooney said Goodwin is the fastest player on the team, but he’s second.

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