There have been higher than usual reports of influenza and influenza-like illness in young children and infants in Windsor and Essex County.
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The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit has announced the first confirmed case of influenza A in Windsor-Essex County.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, along with the Windsor-Essex Food Policy Council and supported by the WindsorEssex Community Foundation, are pleased to announce upcoming community conversations around the local food system.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit urges everyone over the age of 6 months to get their annual influenza immunization and lower their risk of getting the flu this year.
Learn more about the causes and symptoms of flu and how to lower your flu risk and protect yourself and your family. This section also tells you more about what’s happening with the flu in Windsor-Essex County. It is a source of information for health care providers to guide them in their clinical practice.
This section is a source of information for health care providers to guide them in their clinical practice including reporting processes and updates on testing and care in Windsor-Essex County.
The best way to lower your flu risk is to get your yearly flu vaccine.
Influenza (the flu) is a respiratory infection caused by the influenza virus. The flu season (when most people get sick with the flu) often begins in late fall.
Qu'est-ce que la grippe? La grippe est une infection respiratoire d'origine virale.