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Posted on: March 27, 2020

[ARCHIVED] April 1: Village of Lombard COVID-19 Update

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Village of Lombard COVID-19: Public Message April 1

Stay at Home Order Extended

On March 31, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker extended the Stay at Home Order through April 30th.  The restrictions that are currently in place will be extended through the month.

The Lombard Police Department is asking the community to please adhere to the Stay at Home restrictions in place. Should people choose to violate these restrictions, they will be asked to disperse. We understand the inconvenience that the Stay at Home mandate brings with it, however the goal is to help save lives. Please help us keep you safe.

Personal Protection Equipment Donations Accepted

Your Lombard Firefighter/Paramedics and Police Officers are working the front lines and are requesting donations for Personal Protective Equipment. Items must be unopened. Donations may be brought to the Lombard Police Station at 235 E. Wilson Ave.

Covid 3.20 GiagnorioMessage from Village President Keith Giagnorio

Village President Keith Giagnorio is sharing a message with Lombard, reminding residents that Village staff continue to serve businesses and residents in this difficult time.

“I know that the effects of the current Coronavirus Pandemic have turned our lives upside down, but I want to take a moment to assure you that your Village is here for you. As we continue to navigate these uncharted waters it’s important that you know, you’re not alone in this.”

To view the complete message, visit


DuPage County Launches New COVID-19 Dashboard

The DuPage County Health Department recently launched its new COVID-19 dashboard, showing the number of lab confirmed COVID-19 cases in each municipality. Below are some FAQs related to the map. As of April 1, the dashboard shows 27 lab confirmed cases in Lombard. The map is updated daily at approximately 4 p.m. by the DuPage County Health Department. For updates, please visit the DuPage County Health Department map.



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