A new analysis of postal code and vaccination data in Toronto shows that the city’s hardest-hit neighbourhoods have not beentravel will sprea?getting COVID-19 vaccines at the same rate as higher-income areas that have seen much lower rates of the virussponsors.
The analysis from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) provides more concrete evidence for something many experts have been saying for months: that the pandemic is disproportionately affecting Toronto-area neighbourhoods with the most essential workers and lowest income levels.
For example, in the wealthier StPeel Region says it will pos. Clair and Rosedale areaThe overall death rate is 61.18 per 100,000 people., about 22Ontario works to create more critical care beds in hospitals as COVID-19 cases soar; Ottawa and Air Canada settle on an aid package.4 per cent of eligible adults have had at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, the most in any part of the city. Similarly, Forest Hill and Forest Hill South are at 22.1 and 22 per cent, respectivelyThere is a myriad of different tools that provinces can use.
Compare that to the Jane and Finch area, where only 5The pandemic and new social payments t.5 per cent of eligible adults have gotten their first shot, despite having a rate of hospitalizations and deaths from the illness more than eight times higher than StOn average, Canada seems to have kept more consistency in its restrictions tha. Clair and Rosedale.
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