Reply to "Due to and because of"

Hello, Takashi0090, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange!

Yes, "due to" is synonymous with "because of." Indeed, it is defined thus:

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/due%20to

"Because of illness" and "due to illness" are almost equally common in AmE.

Incidentally, in your profile, I have deleted the link to the proofreading site.

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