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Three more COVID-19 deaths reported in DuPage County; 41 new cases

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DuPage County reported 41 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, including three deaths.

There are now 647 reported cases of COVID-19 in the country, including 22 deaths, county health officials said.

The additional deaths involve:

• A female resident of DuPage County in her 80s with underlying conditions who had been living in the community.

• A female resident of DuPage County in her 70s who had been living in the community.

• A female resident of a Naperville long-term care facility in her 70s with underlying conditions.

Regarding the 88 outbreak-associated cases in the county, including 14 deaths, among DuPage County residents, 42 cases, including seven deaths, are attributed to a Willowbrook long-term care facility; 25 cases, including seven deaths, are attributed to seven additional long-term care facilities; and 21 cases are attributed to 10 outbreaks in other congregate settings and large gatherings.

Illinois has seen 11,256 positive cases and 274 deaths, as of Sunday.

The state has tested 58,983 people. Chicago has 4,614 confirmed cases of COVID-19, while the rest of Cook County has 3,420.

Lake County has 742 confirmed cases, Will 668, Kane 220, McHenry 133, Kendall 49, DeKalb 22, Whiteside 18, La Salle 10, Grundy nine, Ogle five, Carroll four, Bureau three and Lee two.

Boone, Calhoun and Gallatin county each reported its first case. The virus has showed up in 71 of Illinois’ 102 counties.

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