Public health officials are investigating whether Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital was the source of three cases of Legionnaires’ disease.

Three patients could have acquired the infection at the Winfield hospital, but they also had other possible sources of exposure during the 10 days before they started showing symptoms, the Illinois Department of Health said in a news release Friday.

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