Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday said much of the state is seeing the worstsince the pandemic started earlier this year. Pritzker also said residents want this outbreak to be over but warned them to prepare for the winter.
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The country has rolled out measures to promote new-energy vehicles, including tax exemptions, subsidies for car purchases and a requirement for government departments to buy more new-energy cars.
The Illinois Department of Public Health reported a record 12,623 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, topping the old daily case record of 12,438 reported on Saturday. The department also reported 79 additional deaths, the second most reported in one day since mid-June.
While Insead’s joint programme dropped back into second place, its single-school programme moved up three places to fourth, a place it last occupied in 2011.
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Pritzker also addressed Monday's announcement about aand said the state is preparing for when it becomes available.