Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.A viral video purportedly showed a massive house party in Chicago on Sunday despite stay-at-home orders meant to limit the impact of the coronavirus. Addressing the video during his COVID-19 briefing Sunday, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, a Democrat, said the partygoers seen in the video “violated not only the intention of the order that we put out but also violated the trust of friends and family.”“I have not seen the video though I did hear about it,” Pritzker said. “First, I want to remind everyone that by doing that, by standing together, not social distancing, many people not wearing masks, you’re literally putting everyone around you in danger. They are putting you in danger and, very importantly, all of those people are putting their families and their friends who are not there with them in danger.”CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEA Facebook Live shared by one attendee, Tink Purcell, recorded from the upstairs showed people standing should-to-shoulder packing the first floor of the home while drinking and singing along to the music. Some, but not all, of the partygoers were wearing masks, but all broke the


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