A Wallaceburg long-term care residence noticed its first demise brought on by COVID-19 over the weekend.
A feminine in her 90s handed away at Fairfield Park and CK Public Well being confirmed that COVID-19 was the trigger.
This information comes just some days after Fairfield Park introduced the demise of resident who had examined optimistic for COVID-19, nevertheless, the virus was not the trigger.
Chatham-Kent’s COVID-19 demise toll now sits at seven, and as of Monday six people stay hospitalized.
Thirty-eight new instances and 32 recoveries had been reported all through Chatham-Kent since Friday morning and over the weekend, bringing the energetic whole as much as 141.
Fairfield’s park cumulative whole of instances has elevated to 92.
CK Public Well being has additionally declared Copper Terrace long-term care facility, Chatham, to be in an outbreak after one workers member examined optimistic.
On Jan. 25 the Chatham long-term care facility was among the many first to inoculate its residents with the primary spherical of the Moderna vaccine.
Just one case among the many workers has been reported up to now.
That is the fifth energetic outbreak CK Public Well being is at the moment coping with. Over the weekend, Meadow Park Nursing House’s outbreak, which solely affected one workers member, was declared over.
Chatham-Kent Well being Alliance remains to be juggling two energetic outbreak. The Drugs A/B Unit has gone as much as 21 cumulative instances and the COVID Unit stays with two energetic instances trigger by unfold throughout the hospital.