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Greg Hart

Dupage County Board District 3

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The greatest glory of a free-born people is to transmit that freedom to their children. Thank you to the brave men and women who gave their lives to give me that opportunity. 🇺🇸 https://t.co/ZwEAbF2X1l citizensforhart photo

Eid Mubarak to all of my Muslim friends and neighbors celebrating this weekend! ☪️

TY: @CIOGC @ILMCCoalition https://t.co/q9d1s4Vf3Z

I usually spend #MemorialDay at the Hinsdale community ceremony hosted by the American Legion Hinsdale Post 250. Each year, Hinsdale resident #GeorgeHogrewe - a WWII veteran - would movingly read the classic wartime poem “In Flanders Field” to remember those lost... (continued) https://t.co/PXsNvlPKTK

Thank you to the @dailyherald for their coverage of DuPage County’s Virtual Memorial Day Portal. Honor someone who gave the ultimate sacrifice by offering an “honor post” today! https://t.co/Mu0q6seOXl

I joined @nbcchicago this afternoon to discuss the great work DuPage County’s #HOPETaskforce is doing to combat an increase in opioid-related overdoses during the #COVID19 pandemic. Our work to combat substance use disorder is as important as ever. https://t.co/bFQfK1a94S citizensforhart photo
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The greatest glory of a free-born people is to transmit that freedom to their children. Thank you to the brave men and women who gave their lives to provide me that opportunity. 🇺🇸
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🦠📢 WEEKLY DUPAGE COUNTY COVID-19 UPDATE 🦠📢

For the eleventh consecutive day, the Northeast Region of the Governor’s Restore Illinois Plan is within all the metrics need to advance to Phase 3. Today, DuPage County’s positivity rate dropped slightly once again. The daily positivity rate today was 15 percent in the Northeast region and the 7-day average, including a 3-day lag, also had a 15% percent rate.

Today, the DuPage County Health Department confirmed COVID-19 cases have increased by 159 new cases compared to 177 new cases yesterday. In addition, we had 1 death. We now have a total of 7,063 cases and 338 deaths. The death today was a female in her 60s.

As of yesterday, the seven-day rolling average for DuPage County COVID-19 deaths was 2.3. On May 17th, one week ago today, that rolling seven-day average was 6.7 deaths.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced today that there are 2,608 new cases compared to 2,352 new cases yesterday. Illinois also had an additional 66 deaths compared to 75 deaths yesterday. The death total in Illinois is now 4,856. Illinois has now performed 747,921 tests and 110,304 have been positive.

The specific number of cases and deaths in our region, as of today, are as follows:

Chicago reported 42,372 and 1,940 deaths.
Suburban Cook County reported 29,638 cases and 1,364 deaths.
Lake County reported 7,615 and 250 deaths.
Will County reported 5,117 cases and 257 deaths.
Kane County has 5,645 cases and 152 deaths.
McHenry has 1399 cases and 67 deaths.
Kendall County has 709 cases and 19 deaths.
Grundy County has only 89 cases and 2 deaths.
Kankakee County has 791 cases and 42 deaths.

The statewide number of COVID 19 hospital patients as of midnight was 3,667 compared to 3,753 yesterday. Of those patients, 1,007 patients were occupying ICU beds compared to 1,027 patients yesterday. Of those ICU patients, 632 are on ventilators compared to 607 who were on ventilators yesterday. Hospital Region 8, which is primarily DuPage, has 125 of its 482 ICU beds, available. 279 out of 536 of the Region 8 ventilators are available. As of midnight, in addition to the number of COVID-19 patients, there were 19,996 non-COVID-19 patients in the hospital and 12,626 open beds.

International statistics from the World Health Organization and CDC provide the following breakdown of cases from earlier today:

Worldwide Cases total 5,462,859 compared to 5,372,763 yesterday
Deaths worldwide total 345,409 compared to 342,634 yesterday
Number of people who have completely recovered worldwide is now 2,286,821 compared to 2,225,428 yesterday

Globally, there are 2,830,629 active cases compared to 2,804,701 active cases yesterday. The active cases are divided between 'mild condition' cases and 'serious or critical condition' cases. Active mild cases remain at 98 percent both worldwide and in the USA.

Worldwide mild condition cases: 2,777,410 compared to 2,751,210 yesterday. Serious or Critical Condition cases: 53,219 compared to 53,491 yesterday.

United States confirmed cases: 1,675,880 compared to 1,656,694 yesterday. US Deaths: 99,003 compared to 98,254 yesterday.

Total US Recoveries: 451,124 compared to 438,562 yesterday. US Active cases: 1,125,753 compared to 1,119,878 yesterday. Mild condition: 1,108,598 compared to 1,102,769 yesterday. Serious or Critical Condition cases:17,155 compared to 17,109 yesterday

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
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Eid Mubarak to all of my Muslim friends and neighbors celebrating this weekend!

TY: Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago; IL Muslim Civic Coalition
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I usually spend #MemorialDay at the Hinsdale community ceremony hosted by the American Legion Hinsdale Post 250. Each year, Hinsdale resident #GeorgeHogrewe - a WWII veteran - would movingly read the classic wartime poem “In Flanders Field” to remember those lost.

This year will be different. Sadly, our community lost George Hogrewe in September 2019 at the age of 95. We will also not gather as a community due to #COVID19. However, a pandemic cannot and will not stop us from remembering George and the servicemen and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice in battle. This Memorial Day, take time out of your day to remember those lost, give thanks for being an American, and wear your poppies proudly. 🇺🇸🇺🇸

Honor a veteran virtually by visiting www.dupageco.org/memorial. Thank you to the The Hinsdalean for this video of George's rendition of “In Flanders Field” at the 2019 Hinsdale Memorial Day ceremony.
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Thank you to the Daily Herald for their coverage of DuPage County’s Virtual Memorial Day Portal. Honor someone who gave the ultimate sacrifice by offering an “honor post” at www.dupageco.org/memorial.

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