There was an increase of 31 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported on Saturday and another death related to the virus, according to the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.
A man in his 70s from the community was said to have died due to the virus.
Of the latest positive cases, 13 were close contacts of confirmed cases, one was acquired in the community and 17 cases remain under investigation.
There have now been 13,125 cases of COVID-19 in the Windsor area with 222 cases currently active. Of those, 39 cases remain hospitalized.
There have been 393 deaths.
Among outbreaks, there are two in long-term care residences, five workplaces, three listed in the community and two schools.
There were two hospital COVID-19 outbreaks at Windsor Regional Hospital, but one of them was rescinded on Saturday.
The Clinical Teaching Unit at Ouellette Campus is no longer in outbreak status. However, an outbreak declared on the 7 North (7N) unit at the Met campus remains in effect.
The number of residents to date who have received their first COVID-19 vaccine is 8,020 while 11,613 have had both doses.
A total of 31,246 vaccine doses have been administered locally to residents.
The local health unit also released a possible COVID-19 public exposure notification.
The potential for exposure is considered low, but the health unit is asking anyone who visited the Starbucks location at 6638 Tecumseh Rd. E. on identified dates to monitor themselves for symptoms for the next 14 days.
The dates of potential exposure at that location include Sunday, Feb. 28 between 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and Monday, March 1 from 7 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Meanwhile across Ontario, there were 990 cases and six more deaths of COVID-19 reported on Saturday, according to the health ministry. Among municipalities with the highest numbers are 284 new cases in Toronto, 173 in Peel and 82 in York Region.
As of Friday evening, there have been 860,412 doses of the vaccine administered across the province, said Christine Elliott, Ontario’s health minister.