The number of COVID cases in Weston remained fairly stable, with 23 cases in the past 21 days, up only slightly from 21 last week.
The number of COVID cases in the past three weeks declined slightly, from 23 this time last week to 21 this week.
The number of COVID cases in Weston continued to climb this week, to 23 in the past 21 days. That is up from 19 this time last week.
On the one hand, 23 is well down from the peak. On the other hand, it is a little concerning because around this time last year—after the first wave had crested—we had only 12 cases. COVID surged again once the weather worsened.
The number of COVID cases in the past 21 days increased by 72% this week—a large jump that, though it is from a small number, is not encouraging.
19 people in Weston contracted COVID in the past 21 days. This time last week, 11 had.
Large percentile movements should be taken with a grain of salt (for example, going from one case to three is a 200% increase, but hardly worrying).
That understanding should be balanced against the fact that we remain among the worst-affected neighbourhoods (5th out of 140). We also have among the lowest vaccination rates (133 out of 140).
COVID rebounded in Weston last week. There were 11 cases in the past 21 days, up from 7 last week.
The number of COVID cases seems to have settled at a low number—7 last week, 9 the week before, and 5 the week before that.
The number of people to have received at least one shot continues to grow, albeit slowly. 59% of people have had at least one shot, below the city’s 72%.
The number of COVID cases in Weston declined this week. Last week, there had been 9 in the past 21 days. This week, there were 7.
58% of Westonians have had at least one shot, compared to 72% city-wide.
COVID rebounded for the second week in a row. There were 9 cases in the past 21 days, up from 5 last week.
The vaccination rate in Weston remains behind Toronto as whole. In Weston, 57% of eligible people have had at least one shot, compared to 71% in Toronto.