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DuPage County Health Department
111 N. County Farm Road
The DuPage County Health Department promotes physical and emotional health; prevents illness, injury and disability; protects health from environmental risk factors; and strives to assure the provision of accessible, quality service.
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While the DuPage County Health ...
While the DuPage County Health Department tracks childhood diseases such as chicken pox, measles, mumps, rubella and pertussis (whooping cough), fifth disease is not reportable in Illinois as per Illinois Department of Public Health guidelines, according to David Hass, spokesman for the DuPage County Health Department.
said clusters of the illness occasionally will be reported to the DuPage
"We have had no clusters reported to us in Naperville or elsewhere in DuPage County," he
David Hass, the ...
David Hass, the communications manager for the DuPage County Health Department, said he wasn't surprised to hear that more residents in the area are getting sufficient exercise and are more likely to live longer.
"We've been ranked pretty high (before)," Hass
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David Hass, a spokesperson for the DuPage County Health Department, said HIPAA restrictions prohibited him from releasing information on how the employee was exposed to the disease.
He said the health department, which is working on the case alongside Kane County, routinely handles TB cases.
In 2014, 34 cases of active TB were diagnosed in DuPage County, he said.
116 people affected by Subway food poisoning outbreak | Shigella Food Poisoning
Dave Hass of the DuPage County Health Department said there are currently 116 confirmed shigella cases linked to the Subway restaurant as of today.
Of those cases, 13 people were hospitalized and and 12 were discharged.
also said the source of the shigella is unknown at this time and might never be pinpointed.
The restaurant, 1009 E. Roosevelt Road, has been closed since March 4.
Illinois Subway unit still closed after illness outbreak | Shigella Food Poisoning
Dave Hass, public information officer for the DuPage County Health Department, said the Lombard Subway remains closed after two weeks, as his agency and the Illinois Department of Public Health continue to investigate the cluster of shigella illnesses.
Ten of the 11 people hospitalized as a result of their illness have been discharged, he said.