NAPERVILLE, IL — The number of coronavirus cases in Naperville has increased by 5 percent in the past week, according to information from the DuPage County Health Department (DCHD).
As of Sept. 16, the city had reported 1,191 total cases of the new coronavirus. Those numbers had increased to 1,251 as of Sept. 23.
September weekly coronavirus case count in Naperville:
Sept. 2: 1,016
Sept. 9: 1,127
Sept. 16: 1,191
Sept. 23: 1,251
To date, there have been a total of 39 coronavirus-related deaths in the city, DCHD reports. According to the DCHD website, there were no active coronavirus cases in Naperville as of Sept. 23.
In nearby Lisle, the number of coronavirus cases had increased by 8 percent. As of Sept. 16, there had been 282 cases reported in Lisle. The total number of cases reported in Lisle as of Sept. 23 was 303.
September weekly coronavirus case count in Lisle:
Sept. 2: 252
Sept. 9: 270
Sept. 16: 281
Sept. 23: 303
The total number of coronavirus-related deaths in Lisle has been eight since DCHD began tracking coronavirus statistics.
DuPage County was recently taken off the coronavirus "warning list" by Illinois Department of Public Health.
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