The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is reporting Saturday 25 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths.
Two men in their 70s who lived in the general community succumbed to complications brought on by the disease, as well as a man in his 90s who lived in the community.
To date, 382 local residents have lost their lives to COVID-19.
Three additional confirmed cases are outbreak related, three case were community acquired, nine were were the result of close contact with another person with a confirmed case and 10 are under investigation.
There are 12,317 resolved cases in the region, while 50 people remain in hospital.
There are 12 COVID-19 outbreaks at locations across Windsor and Essex County, including the two homeless shelters, five workplaces, three long-term care and retirement homes and two hospital settings.
There are still active outbreaks in Leamington Franklin Gardens, a long-term care home, and Rosewood Erie Glen, a retirement home. In Windsor, long-term care home Regency Park is also dealing with an outbreak.
Windsor Regional Hospital continues to deal with one outbreak at the 7N unit of Met campus and another at the clinical teaching unit of Ouellette campus.
To date, 3,275 local residents have received their first dose of the vaccine, 11,537 have received both doses.