Blackburn News has compiled the basic information about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from Ontario’s Ministry of Health.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to additional individuals.
The Windsor-Essex region saw an increase of 73 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.
Local police say they won’t be randomly stopping people after being given temporary authority by the provincial government to enforce the stay-at-home order.
Wellington County, public health officials added 23 new cases,
School boards across Midwestern Ontario are getting funding to upgrade infrastructure at local schools and protect against COVID-19.
Another 105 new COVID-19 infections were reported Friday in Middlesex London to bring the region’s total case count since the start of the pandemic above 9,000.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is reminding the public that local bylaw enforcement officers and police will continue enforcing provincial COVID-19 regulations despite a plan by some businesses to defy the law.
After an uptick in new COVID-19 cases Thursday, Lambton Public Health reported just eight new infections Friday.
The Middlesex London Health Unit reported 151 new cases on Thursday, its third highest daily number of new infections since the pandemic began.
Of the 452 active cases of COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex right now, 28 per cent involve a variant of concern.