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West Nile Virus Case Investigation Tool

The Health Protection and Promotion Act 1990 (HPPA) outlines the requirements for physicians, practitioners, and institutions to report any suspect or confirmed reportable disease to the Medical Officer of Health. This information is collected under Regulation 569, 2005. Please complete this form and fax to the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, Fax: 226 783-2132. If you have any questions or concerns, call 519-258-2146, ext.1420.

Mosquito Safety

Mosquitoes are small insects belonging to the fly family. Mosquitoes usually lay 100-400 eggs at a time in still water. The female mosquito is the one that bites, as she needs blood to make her eggs. A mosquito bite usually results in a reaction including swelling, redness, and itchiness, and can vary from mild to severe.