The Lambton Public Health region is moving back to the grey zone, under “lockdown” protocol, effective this coming Monday.
Chatham-Kent will stay put in the “Orange – Restrict” zone for the time being.
C-K reported 19 new cases on Friday along with four recoveries, with the active case count increasing to 61. Two local residents are currently hospitalized and three institutional outbreaks are currently listed by the health unit.
Lambton confirmed 23 new cases on Friday with 159 active and ten current outbreaks.
In total, three regions are being moved by the province within the regional framework.
Alongside Lambton going grey, the Northwestern Health Unit region moves into the “Red – Control” zone and Leeds, Grenville and Lanark is being moved to “Yellow – Protect”.
In addition, the “emergency brake” is being used in the Sudbury and Districts region, also moving to grey.
The province is also adjusting capacity limits for weddings, funerals and religious services, rites or ceremonies held in regions within the “Grey – Lockdown” zone. Effective Monday, up to 15% of total indoor occupancy or up to 50 people outdoors will be allowed within the grey zones.