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The Middlesex-London Health Unit will move from the Orange Restrict level of the province’s COVID-19 Response Framework to the Red Control level.

The medical health officer Dr. Chris Mackie says this is the region’s last chance to avoid “a significant lockdown”.

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“If we want to avoid a lockdown that leaves businesses and restaurants severely disabled, closed and inaccessible, now is our only chance,” he said.

“No restriction will control the spread of COVID if people fail to comply and keep their distance, avoid indoor gatherings, wear masks, etc.”

The change will take effect at 12:01 am on Tuesday, March 30th.

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According to the province, Mackie called for the sudden switch from orange to red “because of trends in public health indicators in the area.”

Mackie said Monday that data made available over the weekend showed the urgent need for tighter restrictions.

“When the province made the decision last week, we didn’t have any of this data. At the time they decided we had rates that were still at the high orange levels. That really changed over the weekend and that’s why this change is being implemented tonight. “

A graph showing the daily number of cases since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

via the Middlesex-London Health Unit

Over the weekend, the MLHU reported 46 cases on Saturday and 78 cases on Sunday – the largest daily number of cases since 82 cases on January 19.

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Two outbreaks were reported on Saturday in the Western University dormitories, the Saugeen-Maitland and Ontario halls. An Essex Hall breakout said March 2nd was still active.

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Mackie said Monday that Western University-related cases account for approximately 20 percent of “our total community problem.”

“But there are problems throughout our church when people gather indoors.”

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According to the province, the case rate in the MLHU jurisdiction rose 86.9 percent to 64.4 cases per 100,000 residents from March 22-28.

“Given the current situation in the Middlesex-London area, it has been decided that there is an urgent need for stronger public health action to ensure the health and safety of people in the area,” said Drs. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of Health.

“As we continue to see some alarming trends in health indicators across the province, all Ontarians are urged to remain vigilant and follow all public health and safety measures to minimize further transmission.”


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According to Mackie, the health unit has seen a “dramatic increase” in the rate of diagnosed COVID-19 cases and the rate of worrying variants in the community since mid-February.

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“There are essentially two pandemics that are occurring at the same time.”

For full details of the restrictions that exist under the red control level, please visit the province’s website. However, measures include limiting social gatherings where physical distancing can be maintained to five people indoors and 25 people outdoors.

For food and beverage companies, the capacity limits for indoor spaces are set at less than 50 percent or 50 people.

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In sports and leisure facilities, the distance between guests using weights / exercise equipment and in training / fitness courses must be increased to three meters. The capacity limits are 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors.

For the retail sector, shops that mainly sell groceries, as well as convenience stores and pharmacies, are occupied at 75 percent. All other retail stores are limited to 50 percent capacity.

Personal care services do not allow services that require facial coverings to be removed at all.

We’re seeing a dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases in # Middlesex – # LdnOnt (as we did in November-December). We have to do everything we can to achieve #StopTheSpread – and it starts with you!

➡️ NO indoor gatherings

➡️ Keep your distance from people who do not belong to your household

– MLHealthUnit (@MLHealthUnit) March 29, 2021

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