The number of COVID cases in Weston continues to increase. In the past 21 days, there have been 95 cases in Weston, up from 86 last week.
In the worst period to date, in November, Weston had 105 cases.
There will continue to be pop-up testing at the Jane Street Hub every Tuesday and Saturday in January.
The number of new COVID infections continues to rise. As of December 29, there were 86 cases in the previous 21 days—up from 76 cases two weeks before.
Weston remains harder hit than most neighbourhoods—we have a new-infection rate in the top 20%.
The number of COVID cases has started to climb again in Weston. There were 76 cases in the past 21 days, up from 60 last week, and a low of 55 the week prior.
The number of new COVID cases in the past 21 days rose slightly this week to 60. Last week, there were 55 new cases reported in the previous three weeks.
Over the past month or so, Weston has seen a decline in the number of new cases, from a high of 105 (in 21 days) four weeks ago.
Great news: the rate of COVID infection in Weston seems to be slowing. We had 85 cases in the past 21 days, down from 105 cases last week.
Weston is also falling (a good thing) toward the middle of the pack neighbourhood-wise.
COVID continues to spread at an increasing rate in Weston. We have had 105 cases in the past 21 days, according to the city’s data. That is up from 94 cases last week.
The infection rate per capita continues to be among the worst in the city: 584 per 100,000 people. That is more than 40 times worse than in the least-affected parts of Toronto.