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COVID-19 Cases On-Campus Update

UWindsor has developed comprehensive protocols and procedures for any reported confirmed case of COVID-19 on campus in accordance with the Windsor Essex County Health Unit (WECHU). Learn more about UWindsor's COVID-19 response here.

Only confirmed, positive COVID-19 cases on-campus will be communicated and do not always pose a threat to the greater UWindsor community. An 'On-Campus Case' is defined as an individual who may have been on campus during their infectious period. Please note the reported cases are not necessarily connected to one another in any way.

The most effective way to stay updated in real-time is to refer to this webpage for the latest on-campus cases.

Confirmed Cases 36
Resolved Cases 35
Total Cases Reported to date 36

Confirmed, Resolved and Outbreak cases are defined by and as directed by WECHU.

The dates of any on-campus COVID-19 positive case that has been confirmed at UWindsor can be found below.
Updated April 14, 2021

April 2021: 1 case
◦ April 7, 2021: 1 case

March 2021: 4 cases
◦ March 30, 2021: 2 cases
◦ March 29, 2021: 1 case
◦ March 28, 2021: 1 case

February 2021: 2 cases
◦ February 16, 2021: 1 case
◦ February 1, 2021: 1 case

January 2021: 11 cases
◦ January 25, 2021: 2 cases
◦ January 20, 2021: 2 cases
◦ January 19, 2021: 1 case
◦ January 15, 2021: 1 case
◦ January 12, 2021: 4 cases
◦ January 1, 2021: 1 case

December 2020: 8 cases
◦ December 22, 2020: 3 cases 
◦ December 16, 2020: 3 cases
◦ December 11, 2020: 1 case
◦ December 3, 2020: 1 case

November 2020: 10 cases
◦ November 30, 2020: 1 case
◦ November 27, 2020: 1 case
◦ November 23, 2020: 1 case
◦ November 18, 2020: 1 case
◦ November 8, 2020: 4 cases 
◦ November 5, 2020: 1 case
◦ November 2, 2020: 1 case

October 2020: 0 cases
September 2020: 0 cases
August 2020: 0 cases
July 2020: 0 cases
June 2020: 0 cases
May 2020: 0 cases
April 2020: 0 cases
March 2020: 0 cases

Privacy of our community 
Upholding the privacy and confidentiality of members of the UWindsor community is vital. Any information that may compromise the identity of individuals testing COVID-19 positive will not be shared outside of the COVID-19 Response Teams and WECHU.