CK Public Health is once again confirming no new cases of COVID-19 in Chatham-Kent on Friday.
This is the fourth consecutive day with zero “active” cases in the municipality. C-K is at the zero active case mark for the first since the initial infection was reported on March 18th.
In total, Chatham-Kent’s numbers stand pat at 371 total cases, 368 recoveries and three deaths.
Ontario announced 712 new infections today along with 713 recoveries.
There’s still a hefty backlog when it comes to testing. 38,507 tests have been completed since yesterday, but another 37,155 are still waiting to be processed.
Windsor is reporting 13 new cases of COVID-19 today, bringing the total number of active cases to 68. Middlesex-London added 12 new cases on Friday with 88 active cases.
Lambton County’s numbers have risen to 10, up from 3 yesterday, and include a workplace outbreak, long term care outbreak, and one case each in three public schools. The Lambton Kent District School Board is dealing with one confirmed case at each of Bright’s Grove Public School, Colonel Cameron Public School, and Northern Collegiate.
Lambton Public Health has issued a warning about what it calls “significant transmission” of COVID-19 in the county.
Lambton’s medical officer of health, Dr Sudit Ranade is reminding residents the coronavirus is transmitted through social interactions and behaviours, and it’s up to everyone to help control the spread.