The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to additional individuals.
The Windsor-Essex region saw an increase of 73 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday.
Local police say they won’t be randomly stopping people after being given temporary authority by the provincial government to enforce the stay-at-home order.
Eventually, the subdivision will be home to 370 families.
Chatham-Kent-Leamington MPP Rick Nicholls announced the financial help on Thursday.
The Windsor Regional Hospital says it will be restricting visitors at both campuses starting Saturday.
Premier Doug Ford has confirmed the government will place more COVID-19 restrictions on the province, including closing playgrounds and travel to neighbouring provinces.
If Ontario is going to flatten the curve of infections during the third wave of the pandemic, it’s going to take a six week lockdown and 100,000 vaccinations per day.
The Windsor Essex County Health Unit has issued a low-risk COVID-19 exposure notice for the Windsor Christian Fellowship Church.
As COVID-19 cases involving a variant become more prevalent in the region, community spread is a growing concern.