CK Public Health is reporting four new cases of COVID-19 in Chatham-Kent on Thursday.
The health unit is also reporting one new recovery today with 33 “active” infections and one Chatham-Kent resident in hospital with the virus.
Nine active cases are linked to three workplace outbreaks in the municipality, according to public health, with 19 cases listed as close contact transmissions. Four cases are currently pending and one is unknown.
On Wednesday, the place of worship outbreak in Blenheim and a congregate living setting outbreak were both cleared by the health unit.
Chatham-Kent has reported a total of 473 cases with 437 recoveries and three deaths.
Ontario had 1,210 new cases on Thursday with 28 deaths. Windsor-Essex reported 24 new infections with 19 in Middlesex-London and two in Lambton.
Premier Doug Ford intends to introduce some “tough” and “more stringent restrictions” for Toronto, Peel and York on Friday.