The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is offering a pathway for people meeting the Highest Risk and High Risk health conditions criteria and certain essential caregivers to schedule their COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
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After care guidance for individuals who have received the COVID-19 vaccination.
If you are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine and have booked an appointment, please read below to know how to prepare for your appointment and what to expect on the day of your appointment.
Ramadan is an important time for those who celebrate and is an opportunity to connect as a community and connect with faith. This is typically a time of gathering; however, minimizing the risk of COVID-19 must be prioritized as the pandemic continues.
Vaccination data specific to the Windsor-Essex region
Resources for Growsers, Farm Operators and Temporary Foreign Workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Newly arriving Temporary Foreign Workers will be given "Home Test Kits". The "Home Test Kit" is for the workers to conduct a self-administered Covid-19 test on day 10 of their 14 day quarantine.
Workplace Mental Health Survey to inform mental health supports for the Windsor-Essex County workforce.
The COVID-19 vaccine is free to anyone living in Ontario, including temporary foreign workers. The vaccine is not mandatory, but is strongly recommended to keep workers and the community safe.
Eligible residents can now book online or call for an appointment. As of today, adults 60 years and older born in 1961 or earlier will be able to register to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.