The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reported one new case of COVID-19 on Monday.
There are currently seven active cases.
Of 499 local cases since the pandemic began, 455 have recovered, while there have been 32 COVID-related deaths.
On the weekend, an outbreak of the virus was declared at Caressant Care, a long-term care home in Courtland, after one staff member tested positive. Courtland is on Highway 3 between Delhi and Tillsonburg.
Meanwhile, an outbreak is ongoing at Delrose Retirement Residence in Delhi. The outbreak was declared Sept. 26 after a resident tested positive.
Meantime, after five new cases of COVID-19 were recorded over the weekend, the Brant County Health Unit reported no new confirmed cases on Monday.
The number of active cases in Brantford-Brant remains at nine.
There have been at total of 205 cases since the onset of the pandemic, with 191 having been resolved, while there have been five COVID-19 related deaths.
Statistics released Friday by Ohsweken Public Health show seven active cases in Six Nations of the Grand River. Five are lab confirmed, while two are considered probable.
Public Health Ontario does not update confirmed case counts on weekends, which in turn means Health Canada numbers are not updated either.
Most recent data from Friday shows that since the pandemic began there have been 178,117 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across Canada, with 19,008 active cases currently.
Ontario has had 57,681 total cases, with 5,562 active at present.