The Chicago City Council will meet for the first time in nearly two months on Wednesday, but the Council Chambers will be empty. 

Instead, aldermen will meet virtually via videoconference to adopt new rules to permit the City Council to meet with no aldermen present. The City Council had been scheuled to meet March 18, before Gov. JB Pritzker ordered that gatherings of more than 10 people be banned. 

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