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Published on Monday, May 3

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We are pleased with the excellent community response to the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit Mobile Pop Up Clinics in the N9A and N9C area codes.

Published on Monday, May 3

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Adults 18 Years and Older from Hot Spot Postal Codes and Adults 50 Years and Older from the Other Postal Codes Can Now Book an Appointment for a COVID-19 Vaccine. More phase 2 priority populations will be eligible to book an appointment on Thursday morning.

Published on Monday, May 3

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The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is providing the media with further details about the two pop up clinics that are opening later this morning for individuals 18+ who live or work in N9A or N9C.

Published on Thursday, April 29

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As of today, adults 55 years and older born in 1966 or earlier will be able to register to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

Published on Wednesday, April 28

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Windsor-Essex Looking to Boost Active Transportation Numbers

Published on Tuesday, April 27

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Adults 40 Years and Older from Postal Code Hotspots Can Now Book an Appointment for a COVID-19 Vaccine

Published on Saturday, April 24

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The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at the McDonald’s restaurant located at 1635 Essex County Road 22 in Belle River and the Taco Bell located at 6707 Tecumseh Road in Windsor after several employees tested positive for COVID-19.

Published on Saturday, April 17

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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.

Published on Wednesday, April 14

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Windsor-Essex County Health Unit Board of Health April Meeting

Published on Tuesday, April 13

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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.