October 12, 2021
October 12th is the 285th day of 2021. There are 80 days remaining until the end of the year.
There’s a mobile vaccination clinic at ecole secondaire de Pain Court today.
Staff, student and their families can get vaccinated from 2:30-3:30, then open to the public 3:30-7.
Anyone 12 and older is welcome at the clinics.
Walk-ins are welcome at all clinics, but if you’re looking to schedule an appointment for a confirmed time book online at GetYourShotCK.ca or by calling 519-351-1010.
Chatham-Kent Public Health doesn’t update new COVID cases on the weekends or holidays. On Friday, there were 16 new cases and twenty-two recoveries. The active case count locally is at 95. A weekend update will come between 10-11 this morning.
REMINDER: Because of the Thanksgiving holiday Monday, garbage and recycling pickup has been pushed back one day this week.
On Friday, the Government of Ontario announced that effective this weekend, multiple locations will be able to operate at 100% capacity.
- Concert venues, theatres and cinemas;
- Spectator areas of facilities for sports and recreational fitness (would not include gyms, personal training);
- Meeting and event spaces (indoor meeting and event spaces will still need to limit capacity to the number that can maintain physical distancing);
- Horseracing tracks, car racing tracks, and other similar venues; and
- Commercial film and television productions with studio audiences.
The Chief Medical Officer of Health, is cautiously lifting capacity limits in select indoor and outdoor settings where proof of vaccination is required, as well as certain outdoor settings that have a capacity below 20,000.
The NHL season kicks off tonight with a double header.
The Pittsburgh Penguins and defending champion Tampa Bay Lighting will drop the puck first, and the Seattle Kraken will play their first ever game against the Vegas Golden Knights.
The 1,312-game regular-season schedule — 82 games per team — ends in April.
The Leafs host the Montreal Canadiens Wednesday, and the Red Wings are home to the Lightning on Thursday to begin their seasons.
The wait is almost over… 🙌 #NHLFaceOff
— NHL (@NHL) October 11, 2021
Who said there is no such thing as the perfect gift?! Anti-Flatulence Bedsheets are now on sale.
The company Shreddies already sells fart-mitigating underwear. Now they’ve added two bedding products: An undersheet that your regular sheets go on top of and a “Flatulence Filtering Duvet Cover” to keep your nighttime emissions trapped.
Both options use the same technology as the underwear they sell. Carbon fibers absorb the flatulence, then neutralize it. A king size undersheet costs about $160, plus shipping. The duvet cover is $260. You can check them out at MyShreddies.com.