April 8, 2021
April 8th is the 98th day of 2021. There are 267 days remaining until the end of the year.
As of 12:01 this morning, Ontario is under a 4 week provincewide stay-at-home order.
This means that everyone must stay at home except for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated), for exercise close to home and with the people you live with, or for work that cannot be done remotely.
In addition to the provincewide stay-at-home order, the closure of non-essential retail and new restrictions for big box stores has been introduced by the government. Discount and big box stores are limited strictly to in-person retail for sales of groceries, household cleaning supplies, pharmacy items (including pharmaceutical, health care, and personal care items, and pet care supplies) only. Non-essential retail stores, such as malls, will be restricted to curbside pickup only.
— CK Public Health (@CKPublicHealth) April 7, 2021
Another four new positive COVID-19 cases reported Wednesday by Chatham-Kent Public Health.
There were 13 recoveries, bring the total active cases drops to 62.
There were 3,215 positive cases reported in Ontario.
Chatham-Kent Public Health is now making vaccination appointments for residents age 60+ (born in 1961 or earlier).
To book an appointment, please call 519-351-1010 and leave a message.
- If your last name starts with A-M please call Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
- If your last name starts with N-Z please call Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Public Health has also launched a website to book appointments: GetYourShotCK.ca. C-K residents can book their own COVID-19 vaccinations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Today is the last day to buy tickets for the CK Charity 50/50!
The draw is at 1pm. The winner of the draw will be announced live on the CK Charity 50/50 Raffle Facebook page.
Proceeds from the raffle will support the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent and the Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation. Purchasing a ticket for this raffle will help people – infants to seniors – from across Chatham-Kent.
Get yours now at CKCharity5050.com.
C-K’s TJ Brodie scored his first goal as a Toronto Maple Leaf last night.
In his 40th game as a Leaf, TJ scored to break a 1-1 tie. It was his 49th career marker.
Brodie said, “Yeah it took a little longer than I liked, but you definitely want it to mean something.”
The Leafs ended up beating the Montreal Canadiens 3-2.
— Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) April 8, 2021