Blackburn News has compiled the basic information about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) from Ontario’s Ministry of Health.
The access was closed for a couple of hours Saturday as ‘COVID-19 capacity’ was reached.
The Middlesex London Health Unit reported no additional daily cases or deaths related to COVID-19 on Saturday.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, a majority of which are from the agri-farm sector.
Less than two days after Chatham-Kent’s hospital reported that a staff member had tested positive for COVID-19, health officials have confirmed that another worker has also received a positive test.
The Petrolia Lions Club will be selling hundreds of pounds of chicken wings this weekend to drum up support for the local food bank.
Book lovers will soon be able to return to local libraries in person with four London branches opening their doors starting next week.
Chatham-Kent is looking at a long term plan to create permanent housing for the homeless in the area and a short term plan to move them out of the temporary shelter at the John Bradley Convention Centre.
Another six people in Sarnia-Lambton have beaten COVID-19, bringing the active cases down to 17.
The controversial issue of mandatory cloth masks and face coverings will come before Chatham-Kent council Monday night.
Institutions like libraries and museums are starting to open their doors in Midwestern Ontario.