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Blair Adams

Blair Adams

Blair is the Community Editor at KitchenerToday.com. It really is a perfect fit as he loves living in the region. He joined the Village Media team in 2018 after 21 years in radio, 19 of those on-air and online at 570 NEWS. Blair is a graduate of the Broadcast-Journalism program at Fanshawe College. In his downtime, he enjoys running, walking, music, photography and watching Netflix.

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Recent Work by Blair

Active COVID-19 caseload in region climbs to 460

Active COVID-19 caseload in region climbs to 460

Which is the highest it has ever been
Driver takes off from police, officers later find vehicle flipped over

Driver takes off from police, officers later find vehicle flipped over

Police located 9mm ammunition and drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle
Region adds 70 new COVID-19 cases

Region adds 70 new COVID-19 cases

Putting the active caseload at 433, with 26 receiving treatment in hospital
Eastwood students to showcase artistic talents Thursday evening

Eastwood students to showcase artistic talents Thursday evening

While raising funds for the food bank
Region reports over 70 new COVID cases, the largest single day increase to date

Region reports over 70 new COVID cases, the largest single day increase to date

As well as five new outbreaks
Waterloo Region to move into red (control) zone

Waterloo Region to move into red (control) zone

As of Monday, November 23
40 new COVID-19 cases in the region

40 new COVID-19 cases in the region

There have now been over 2,900 since March
Region getting more contact tracers

Region getting more contact tracers

Public health has also been monitoring over 50 workplace and business settings to prevent them from going into outbreak
Another dip in local COVID cases, 26 new

Another dip in local COVID cases, 26 new

The active caseload is also down to 349, however 21 people are being treated in hospital
All three Walmart stores damaged by fire back open

All three Walmart stores damaged by fire back open

The location at the Sunrise Centre in Kitchener was the last to reopen Thursday morning