10 hotspots in Brampton have one of the highest COVID-19 positivity in Ontario

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10 hotspots in Brampton have one of the highest COVID-19 positivity in Ontario


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Ten regions of Brampton are among those with the highest COVID-19 percent positivity rates (percentage of positive COVID-19 tests in the region) in Ontario, according to recent data from the Toronto-based research group ICES.

ICES has listed the postal code regions in Ontario with the highest positivity rates for the week of March 28 to April 3.

Of the first 50 listed, 10 are in Brampton (compared to nine the previous week):

L6R at 18.88% (Sandalwood Pkwy E and Torbram acreage)
4th highest zone of positivity in Ontario (8th the previous week)

L6Y at 17.19% (Chinguacousy and Steeles Ave W area)
10th highest positivity zone in Ontario (27th the previous week)

L6P at 16.27% (The Gore and Castlemore area)
13th highest zone of positivity in Ontario (9th highest in the previous week)

L6T at 15.73% (area of ​​Highway 407 and Airport Road)
17th highest positivity zone in Ontario (18th the previous week)

L6X at 15.06% (Williams Pkwy and James Potter Rd area)
18th highest positivity zone in Ontario (16th the previous week)

L6W at 14.75% (Steeles Ave E and Kennedy Rd S area)
20th highest positivity zone in Ontario (13th the previous week)

L7A at 14.15% (area of ​​Sandalwood Pkwy W and Chinguacousy)
22nd highest positivity zone in Ontario (33rd the previous week)

L6Z à 12,17% (superficie de Kennedy and Sandalwood Pkwy E)
35th highest positivity zone in Ontario (not listed in previous week)

L6V at 12.10% (Williams Pkwy and Kennedy Rd N area)
37th highest zone of positivity in Ontario (43rd the previous week)

L6S at 11.88% (Williams Pkwy and Bramalea Rd area)
40th highest positivity zone in Ontario (37th the previous week)

Meanwhile, Mississauga had three domains listed in the top 50.

“Ontario continues to see sharp increases in the number of cases and the percentage of positivity for COVID-19,” reports ICES.

“For all residents of Ontario, the overall percentage of positivity among those tested for COVID-19 during the week of March 28 was 6.1% (up from 4.9% the previous week).”

The same data for the week indicates that of Ontario’s 34 public health units, the Region of Peel (Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon) currently has by far the worst COVID-19 percent positivity.

The province announced earlier this week that it would open vaccination to anyone 18 years of age and over in sensitive neighborhoods in hard-hit municipalities like Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon and Toronto.

The full data is available for reading here.

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