Blackburn News has compiled the basic information about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from Ontario’s Ministry of Health.
London-Middlesex reported 50 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday and three new deaths related to the virus.
Health officials in Windsor-Essex reported 116 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.
Lambton Public Health’s updated COVID-19 figures show nine active outbreaks, down from 12 Friday.
Huron Perth Public health reports the number of fatalities due to COVID-19 has increased to 32, while the death count in Wellington County is now at 14 people.
The number of people who have died in house fires in Ontario nearly doubled in 2020.
Dr. Mike Haddad told Sue Storr on CHOK Friday morning that there have been two more deaths, but he added there are indications provincially and locally that the second-wave surge may be levelling off.
The Middlesex London Health Unit reported 52 new infections on Friday, the sixth consecutive day daily cases have been below 100.
Lambton Kent District School Board Director of Education John Howitt said it seems the dates align with the end of the provincial lockdown.
Sarnia-Lambton recorded its first single digit increase in COVID-19 cases in two weeks Friday but two more deaths were reported.
Don’t expect the Municipality of Chatham-Kent to conduct mass inspections of workplaces and big-box stores like the province is doing.