COVID Assessment Centre open through Easter Weekend

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Last patient at 4 p.m. each day

The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance’s COVID-19 Assessment Centre at 47 Emma St. in Chatham is open over the Easter weekend. 
The COVID-19 Assessment Centre is open at 9 a.m. and will register the last patient of the day at 4 p.m. If you arrive after 4 p.m., CKHA officials ask that you do NOT present to the Emergency Department. Return home to self-isolate and come back to the assessment centre in the morning.
CKHA is reiterating additional reminders to the community to ensure the COVID-19 Assessment Centre can continue to operate as efficiently as possible. Please take note of the following:
This is not a walk-in clinic, if you think you have symptoms related to COVID-19, call your primary care provider, CK Public Health or Telehealth Ontario. They will discuss your symptoms and travel history and can advise if you should attend the assessment centre.
If you need to come to the assessment centre, please bring your Health Card with you. This helps staff working at the assessment centre to properly identify you.
Please bring a list of medications and any other information regarding allergies and past medical issues.
Park in the lot adjacent to the building. Free parking is available during hours of operation.
Individuals concerned about symptoms that could be caused by COVID-19 can complete a self-assessment provided by the Ministry of Health online at: https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus.

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