DuPage County Coronavirus Update: New Positive Cases Decline

Lisa Marie Farver

DUPAGE COUNTY, IL — As of Saturday, the DuPage County Health Department (DCHD) reports 8,402 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus and 428 deaths. The numbers include 42 new cases since Friday, reflecting a decrease in daily new cases compared to recent weeks.

County health officials said two coronavirus-related deaths were reported since Friday. The DCHD did not include information about where those who died had been living or whether they had underlying conditions. They are:

  • A man in his 80s
  • A woman in her 90s

The news comes as cases in Illinois reach 131,871. The statewide death toll from coronavirus was at 6,289 as of Saturday, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.

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The county's system of reporting shows confirmed coronavirus cases in age groups from 0 through 9 years old to 80 and older. It also includes a breakdown of cases by municipality.

The breakdown of cases by municipality in DuPage County is as follows as of Saturday afternoon:

  • Addison: 790
  • Aurora: 315
  • Bartlett: 129
  • Bensenville: 510
  • Bloomingdale: 314
  • Bolingbrook: 9
  • Burr Ridge: 78
  • Carol Stream: 485
  • Clarendon Hills: 47
  • Darien: 125
  • Downers Grove: 225
  • Elmhurst: 256
  • Glen Ellyn: 147
  • Glendale Heights: 633
  • Hanover Park: 240
  • Hinsdale: 171
  • Itasca: 186
  • Lemont: 4
  • Lisle: 129
  • Lombard: 377
  • Medinah: 12
  • Naperville: 498
  • Oak Brook: 107
  • Oakbrook Terrace: 30
  • Roselle: 200
  • St. Charles: 2
  • Unknown: 86
  • Villa Park: 225
  • Warrenville: 132
  • Wayne: 6
  • West Chicago: 745
  • Westmont: 321
  • Wheaton: 240
  • Willowbrook: 143
  • Winfield: 48
  • Wood Dale: 221
  • Woodridge: 216

The DuPage County Coroner's Office directed Patch to the DuPage County Health Department for a breakdown of deaths by city, but the health department said it is not releasing that information as of press time.

According to the county's breakdown, the majority of cases have affected those between the ages of 40 and 70, but all age ranges had confirmed cases. Here is the age breakdown as of Saturday afternoon.

  • 0-9 years old: 148
  • 10-19 years old: 376
  • 20-29 years old: 1,300
  • 30-39 years old: 1,300
  • 40-49 years old: 1,400
  • 50-59 years old: 1,400
  • 60-69 years old: 1,100
  • 70-79 years old: 608
  • 80 years old and older: 785

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This article originally appeared on the Lisle Patch