Coronavirus Disease Update for Kendall County
From our partners at the Kendall County Health Department:
The Kendall County Health Department (KCHD) is reporting 680 cases of coronavirus (COVID19), 374 in-recovery and 22 deaths.
That includes 220 cases in the Oswego 60543 ZIP code, as reported by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
Kendall County Health Department COVID-19 Data Dashboard
Kendall County Health Department COVID-19 Information Page
HEAVY SPRING RAINS
While spring brings the promise of warmer weather, it also brings a variety of conditions that can include heavy rains and severe weather. Spring storms can bring several inches of precipitation in just hours or can stall out over an area for days. These heavy rains can lead to severe flooding by oversaturating the ground, overfilling storm drains, or causing rivers to spill over their banks or levees. During heavy spring rains please consider:
- Do not drive through rain/flood water
- Remain vigilant of the weather
- Know the propensity for flooding in areas in which you travel
- Prepare for potential impacts of additional rains
- Never let children swim or play in flooded yards or ditches
For more information on how to be flood ready, please click here.
Please continue to go to our 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 www.kendallhealth.org.
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