CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- The DuPage County Board conducted its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday in Wheaton, and while all board members participated in the meeting, not all were physically in the board room."There [are> 11 members present and seven participating on telephone," said DuPage County Board Chairman Dan Cronin following a roll call at the beginning of Tuesday morning's meeting.
"We could all be carriers as the Surgeon General said yesterday. And, let’s face it, we all know there’s not enough tests. We can’t rule it out and we can’t find out if we may have had this virus at this point. And, this virus kills," she said.Ozog said it was her civic duty to attend the meeting by phone. She's hoping the next meeting on April 14 is entirely by phone.
"We should be staying home and working to flatten the curve we’ve all been told about and try not to spread this virus any further," she said.She points out that doing a meeting entirely by phone is doable. She cites Monday night's Glen Ellyn board of trustees meeting.