The influenza bulletin provides an overview of influenza activity in the region for a given surveillance week.
Windsor-Essex Health Status Indicator
Local COVID-19 outbreak data will be updated on weekdays at 12 noon. All other COVID-19 reporting will be updated on Thursdays at 12 noon.
Mosquito Surveillance Dashboard data specific to the Windsor-Essex region
Appendix document of Monkeypox Case Definitions
Echinococcus multilocularis (E. multilocularis) infection is caused by eating the eggs of tapeworms called E. multilocularis. These tapeworms can cause disease in humans and animals. They are often found in the intestines of dogs, wild canines (e.g., coyotes, foxes, wolves), and rodents.
Data presented are for Week 01 (December 31st, 2017 to January 6th, 2018) and was extracted on January 10, 2018
A pandemic occurs when an infectious disease spreads throughout the global population. Often, pandemics arise from a new strain of influenza. Since the virus is new, the human population is likely to have little, to no, immunity against it.