January 2022 Board of Health Meeting - Agenda

Meeting Document Type

Meeting held via video: https://youtu.be/wPLC3gHLecA

  1. Call to Order
  2. Board Elections
  3. Agenda Approval
  4. Announcement of Conflict of Interest
  5. Update (Dr. S. Nesathurai)
    1. COVID-19 Update (Dr. S. Nesathurai)
    2. WECHU Operations Update (N. Dupuis)
  6. Approval of Minutes
    1. Regular Board Meeting: December 16, 2021
  7. Business Arising
    1. Consumption and Treatment Services Update (E. Nadalin)
  8. Consent Agenda
      1. Smoking Cessation Programing and Vaping Supports (E. Nadalin)
      2. Influenza Vaccine Update (K. McBeth)
      3. COVID-19 Surveillance and Epidemiology (N. Dupuis) 
      4. December Communications Recap (E. Nadalin)
  9. New Business
    1. Fluoride Update – ENWIN Report (N. Dupuis)
    2. CEO Quarterly Compliance Report (N. Dupuis)
    3. Project Governance Committee – December 10, 2021 Meeting    Minutes (J. Lund/N. Dupuis)

  10. Correspondence
    1. Town of Kingsville – Letter to Windsor-Essex County Health Unit CEO, Nicole Dupuis, and Acting MOH, Dr. Shanker Nesathurai  – Resolution for WECHU to withdraw its Letter of Instruction for capacity limits for restaurants and bars; that WECHU fully enforce current requirements of their section under the ROA to ensure those who are not in compliance with regulations are addressed; and that WECHU increase opportunities for youth vaccination in the county
    2. Grey Bruce Public Health – Letter of Support for the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit – for the province to provide one-time funding to support recovery and catch up efforts over a multi-year period (2022-2024) for communities negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
    3. City of Windsor – Resolution in Support of the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit – In support of the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit's Resolution dated November 23, 2021 recommending that the Province of Ontario amend the Immunization of Student Pupils Act (ISPA) where students are required to be immunized against designated diseases, and to include COVID-19 as a designated disease
    4. City of Windsor – Resolution in Support of correspondence from Windsor-Essex EMS, Erie Shores Health Care and Chatham-Kent MP Dave Epp – that City of Windsor Administration write to the Federal Government regarding Temporary Foreign Agriculture Workers requesting changes be made as soon as possible around mandatory immunization immediately upon entry into Canada, as well as extending funding for the Isolation and Recovery Centre (IRC) for migrant workers beyond March 31, 2022 

  11. Committee of the Whole (Closed Session in accordance with Section 239 of the Municipal Act)
  12. Next Meeting: At the Call of the Chair February 17, 2022 – Via Video
  13. Adjournment