WINDSOR, ONT. -- The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is reporting 11 new COVID-19 cases and no new deaths on Monday.

The death toll related to COVID-19 remains at 401 people.

Windsor-Essex has had a total of 13,606 confirmed cases of the virus, including 12,923 people who have recovered.

Here’s the breakdown of new cases:

  • 1 case is outbreak related
  • 4 cases are close contacts of confirmed cases
  • 2 cases are community acquired
  • 4 cases are still under investigation

WECHU says there are 25 people with confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the hospital and five people are in the ICU. There are 282 active cases.

The health unit says 48 local Variant of Concern (VOC) cases have been identified in Windsor-Essex.

There are 13 outbreaks in the region, including seven at workplaces, five community outbreaks and one in a retirement home.

Health unit CEO Theresa Marentette says Transit Windsor is offering free rides to individuals who are getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Marentette says the residents need to tell transit staff that they are heading to a vaccination site or returning from one to receive the complimentary service.

Here’s the number of Windsor-Essex County residents vaccinated:

  • 40,395 have received their first dose of the vaccine
  • 12,059 have received both doses of the vaccine
  • A total of 64,513 doses have been administered to Windsor-Essex County residents.