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We're working from home today — and others should do the same

Today — in the wake of the NBA suspending its season and Chicago canceling its beloved St. Patrick’s
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Today — in the wake of the NBA suspending its season and Chicago canceling its beloved St. Patrick’s Day and South Side Irish parades because of the coronavirus outbreak — all but a handful of our Sun-Times journalists and support staff will be working from home.
This is a trial run. We have seen no evidence of COVID-19 in our newsroom or in the places we send reporters. But given the way things are going, we want to make sure we can keep our employees safe and continue to provide you with the news, 24 hours a day, writes our Editorial Board.

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