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With Halloween season upon us, it is important to celebrate safely by remaining vigilant and following public health measures to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Once again, flu season is upon us and the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) urges everyone over the age of 6-months to get vaccinated to protect against the flu.
With the enhanced vaccine certificate program in effect across Ontario, a number of Windsor-Essex residents need support to obtain their proof of vaccination.
Thanksgiving is a time of tradition where we celebrate all that we have to be thankful for. As we continue to manage the impact of COVID-19 on our longstanding traditions, the WECHU has put forward recommendations for celebrating this upcoming Thanksgiving weekend safely.
At the start of September, in an effort to control rising COVID-19 cases, the WECHU under the direction of former Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Wajid Ahmed implemented a letter of instruction enhancing public health measures for special event venues, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs.
With the provincial vaccine verification system now in effect, the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is enhancing these measures in all indoor recreational and fitness facilities to include those 12-17 years old.
On September 22, 2021 the Windsor Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) declared an outbreak in one program affecting two different semesters at St. Clair College at the South Windsor Campus.
In response to the recent outbreak declared at St. Joseph’s Catholic High School, a COVID-19 testing clinic will be held tomorrow, Friday September 17th
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) is declaring an outbreak of COVID-19 at St. Joseph’s High School in Windsor. A school outbreak is declared if there are two or more cases in a school that are linked and if there is evidence that at least one case could have been infected in the school.