CHICAGO (WLS) -- ABC7's Tanja Babich has your top stories for Tuesday, March 10.
TOP STORY: 4 new COVID-19 cases in Illinois; Gov. declares disaster proclamation
Illinois has four new cases of COVID-19.
Two of the new cases are female family members of a CPS employee that recently tested positive after a cruise vacation. Her infection prompted the closure of the school and the monitoring of students and staff, who have been asked to stay home until next week.
The third new case is a woman in her 50s who is from California. She traveled to Chicago to work at Cinespace Film Studios. The fourth case is a woman in her 70s, who returned from an Egyptian cruise earlier this month.
The new cases prompted Governor Pritzker to issue a disaster proclamation, which will provide federal funding.
So far, officials say there are no plans to cancel any large public gatherings including this weekend's Chicago St. Patrick's Day parade.
TOP STORY: Coachella Festival pushed back until October due to COVID-19 outbreak
The popular Coachella Festival in Southern California set for next month has been postponed until October.
Three new cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in the area.
The festival was originally scheduled during two weekends in April.
More than 250,000 people come to Coachella events from around the world.
TOP STORY: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders face off in Michigan, 2nd round of primaries
Today can be considered "Super Tuesday: Round Two" as voters in six states head to the polls.
352 delegates up for grabs in Michigan, Washington, Missouri, Mississippi, Idaho and North Dakota.
The biggest delegate prize is Michigan where a new poll shows Biden leading sanders by 19 points.
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