press release

COVID-19 Response Update

Point Edward, ON – Lambton Public Health continues to work with health system partners to monitor the situation in Lambton County. Local and provincial authorities have increased testing with a focus to control and limit outbreaks in Long Term Care facilities and retirement homes.

Current Testing Priorities in Lambton

  • All residents and staff in Long Term Care facilities and retirement homes including those who do not have symptoms.
  • Symptomatic individuals in the community.

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The priority of the healthcare system is being able to test those who are most in need. Not everyone requires testing – individuals to be tested will require a referral. If you think you may need testing, please use one of the following options to determine if a test is required:

Increased testing is expected to produce an increase in the number of positive cases, but the course of action to prevent community spread remains the same,” says Dr. Sudit Ranade, Lambton’s Medical Officer of Health. “Continue to practice physical distancing at all times because we know COVID-19 is in the community and we want people to continue acting that way.”

Access to Test Results

Check Your Lab Results – The portal is provided by the Ontario Ministry of Health to make it easier for you to get your results. Call Lambton Public Health if you have difficulty accessing your results. continues to evolve with changing demands related to the COVID-19 response. Access the dashboard of information daily for updates.

Information is provided on outbreaks, cases including a detailed community snapshot, information resources such as media updates, public health and enforcement call options, COVID-19 symptoms and prevention options. Direct support is available from liaison groups assigned to help workplaces, parents and caregivers, community supports to vulnerable populations and health-care providers.


Please contact:

Lambton Public Health