Kendall County has so far no cases of West Nile virus, while some neighboring counties have seen some reports.
At that time, last year, Plano, Yorkville, Oswego, Newark and Minooka had positive mosquito collections talking to the western Nile and in the neighboring county of Grundy, a resident of Lasale County died as a result of the virus.
Records from the Illinois Department of Public Health indicate that Kendall County did not have lots of mosquitoes, dead birds or other animals that were positive. , Grundy County Health Department, meanwhile, has recently been collecting positive mosquitoes in Morris and Coal City.
Positive lots were also found in LaSalle County, Peru, in Kane County in Geneva, Batavia and St. Charles. and in the Aurora part of DuPage County. DeKalb County had no positive lots.
Cook County had the highest number of infectious lots detected with 492. In 201
People over the age of 50 are at higher risk of serious illness.