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A message from Mayor Trilla regarding the Coronavirus:
AN IMPORTANT ALERT FROM MAYOR FRANK TRILLA
Governor J.B. Pritzker has extended the “Stay at Home Order” until the end of the day on April 30th.
By now, we have all learned the Stay at Home Order originally issued on March 16th has now been extended through April 30, 2020. As we are all adjusting to our new norm, please continue to be ever mindful to keep abreast of what I will call the new "We must" along with the "We cannot":
- We must practice increased acts of individual responsibilities, each one of us.
- We must follow the CDC guidelines with even greater dedication in the serious days we now know are ahead of us all.
- We must follow the Stay at Home Order to stop COVID-19 from spreading further into our community. Travel outside the home only for Essential Trips.
- We must practice Social Distancing when going out for walks or on essential errands.
- We cannot relent, become lax, or think we are okay and decide to not participate in Stay at Home.
- We must shop smarter-utilize special shopping hours, online ordering, delivery, or curbside services being offered by stores & restaurants still serving our community during this time.
- We must utilize technology to stay in touch, especially with Seniors and those in high-risk categories. Phone calls, text messages, social media, and video chats are great ways to keep in touch with each other while Social Distancing and Stay at Home keep us apart.
- We must remain strong and committed for the health and safety our families, friends, neighbors, state, and our country.
- We cannot forget to say thank you to those that are sacrificing their own safety to keep us safe.
- And finally… We must stay informed: Check the Village website daily(www.willowbrookil.org) Here you can find information and resources vital to you and your families. Each agency in the Resources list to the right updates their sites every day to provide you the most up-to-date information on the constantly evolving COVID-19 crisis in Illinois, the US, and abroad. Check the DuPage County Health Department link and you will see a dashboard of vital health scores and updates that pertain to our county, broken down by towns.
I have faith that our community will stand together and do what is necessary to help each other during these difficult times.
Additional information and resources are available online, via email, or by telephone at:
IDPH Coronavirus Hotline - 800-889-3931 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org