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Four Cases of Coronavirus Disease in Kendall County


The Kendall County Health Department is reporting one new case of Coronavirus Disease (COVID19). A male in his 70s tested positive for coronavirus disease. This brings the total of Kendall County residents who have tested positive to four, at this time.

Public Health officials continue to urge all residents to take precautions to limit the spread of the virus. Please continue to follow the ‘stay at home’ order issued by our Governor on Saturday. Please be vigilant against the spread of this disease by staying home. If you do need to go out, whether to provide an essential service to our community, to purchase necessities, or to receive medical care, take every precaution to distance yourself at least six feet away from others, cover your cough or sneeze, and wash your hands frequently.

If you do not feel well, stay home and away from others. If contacting a primary care physician, healthcare facility, urgent care clinic, or hospital call ahead before arriving.

Please continue to go to the Kendall County Health Department's website to keep in touch with this evolving situation. For more information on COVID-19, please visit these informational sites:

This information is being shared from the Kendall County Health Department as a service to our residents. For questions or additional information, visit the Kendall County Health Department at

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