- 22 May 2020 – Ontario Helps People Impacted by COVID-19 Get Back to Work
- 20 May 2020 – Ontario Leading COVID-19 Research in Canada
- 20 May 2020 – As Ontario Reopens, People Urged to Continue Following Public Health Advice
- 19 May 2020 – Ontario Collaborates with Med-Tech Innovation Hub in the Fight Against COVID-19
- 19 May 2020 – Health and Safety Top Priority as Schools Remain Closed
- 19 May 2020 – Ontario Extends Emergency Orders to Keep People Safe
- 19 May 2020 – Ontario Announces Independent Commission into Long-Term Care
- 14 May 2020 – Ontario Announces Additional Workplaces that Can Reopen
- 14 May 2020 – Canada and Ontario Take Steps to Further Protect Farm Workers
- 13 May 2020 – Ontario Making Prescription Drugs More Affordable During COVID-19
Sarnia’s Dan Edwards lives with a disability. He recently talked to Dr Sudit Ranade, Lambton County’s Medical Officer of Health about how COVID-19 has impacted his life and daily routines.
Get real about your MENTAL HEALTH. Learn more about community supports in Lambton County with this interview by Dr Ranade with St. Clair Child & Youth Services and the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Video interview on intimate partner violence and COVID-19. During the pandemic we have been asking people to stay in their household, but sometimes your household is not a safe place. We want you to know you are not alone and there are supports in the community.
- 22 May 2020 – CHOK – Morning Show With Sue Storr
Dr. Ranade says we need a continued focus on essential things, like physical distancing, if sick don’t go out and proper hygiene. With our low-population density Dr. Ranade believes residents can safely distance themselves, and wearing a mask is a personal choice, especially if it makes you feel comfortable.
- 19 May 2020 – CHOK – Morning Show With Sue Storr
As things open up, Dr. Ranade says there will be a period of adjustment to new rules and behaviours and encourages everyone to be patient and help others adapt. In public, minor interactions are not a huge risk as long as you keep other interactions low.
- 15 May 2020 – CHOK – Morning Show With Sue Storr
Dr. Ranade says evidence is limited on the effectiveness of masks outside of health care. If perfectly healthy, and wearing a mask in public you’re protecting others from your droplets. It might make you feel safer but no evidence to suggest it protects the wearer.