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ICES COVID-19 Dashboard


This dashboard provides an overview of the sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of individuals tested and confirmed positive for COVID-19 in Ontario.

By linking COVID-19 test results from the Ontario Laboratories Information System (OLIS) database to health and other administrative data from the ICES data repository, ICES provides rich information on the demographics and medical histories of individuals who are tested. This information is accessible to health system stakeholders, including the Ministry of Health and Public Health Ontario, clinicians, researchers and the public.

The dashboard is updated on a weekly basis using timely data provided by ICES’ data partners.

For a detailed report of COVID-19 laboratory testing in Ontario in the first three months of the pandemic, see the full report.

OHDP | Ontario Health Data Platform COVID-19This work is supported by the Ontario Health Data Platform (OHDP), a Province of Ontario initiative to support Ontario’s ongoing response to COVID-19 and its related impacts. The opinions, results and conclusions reported in this paper are those of the authors and are independent from the funding sources. No endorsement by the OHDP, its partners, or the Province of Ontario is intended or should be inferred.

OVERVIEW OF COVID-19 METRICS IN ONTARIO, For the WEEK OF May 30 - June 5, 2021

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Click here to download more information about the data notes and caveats for this dashboard.


 


Click here to download a list of Forward Sortation Areas (FSAs) and their percent positivity from August 30 to June 5.


Click here to download a list of age group percent positivity for each Public Health Unit (PHU) from November 1 to June 5.


Click here to download a list of vaccine coverage estimates as of June 7 for selected age groups by Forward Sortation Areas (FSAs).


Forward sortation area (FSA) refers to the first three characters of a postal code.

Public Health Unit (PHU) refers to a health agency that provides community health programs to a specific region. There are 34 PHUs in Ontario.

Testing rates refer to the number of persons tested per 100,000 persons for a defined group (e.g., age group, residents living in the geographical area [e.g., Ontario, FSA, PHU]).

Percent positivity refers to the percentage of persons testing positive for COVID-19 among all persons tested during the week for a defined group (e.g., age group, residents living in the geographical area [e.g., Ontario, FSA, PHU]).

Incidence refers to the number of persons who were tested positive for COVID-19 for among all persons in a defined group ( (e.g., age group, residents living in the geographical area [e.g., Ontario, FSA, PHU]).

Vaccine coverage refers to the number of persons who received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine per 100 persons for a defined group (e.g., age group, residents living in the geographical area [e.g., Ontario, FSA, PHU]).

Neighbourhood risk refers to the likelihood of getting infected with COVID-19 based on the number of persons who ever tested positive for COVID-19 in the area. Postal code regions with a higher incidence of COVID-19 are part of neighbourhood risk group = 1, where postal code regions with a lower incidence of COVID-19 are part of neighbourhood risk group = 10.

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Report: Vaccine Coverage by Neighbourhood COVID-19 Risk in Immigrants, Refugees, and other Newcomers, up to April 26, 2021, click here to download


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Click here to download a full list of vaccine coverage estimates by priority groups, up to June 7, 2021


Last updated: June 10, 2021

This dashboard is supported by ICES, which is funded by an annual grant from the Ontario Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Ministry of Long-Term Care (MLTC). Parts of this report are based on data and information compiled and provided by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Public Health Ontario. The analyses, conclusions, opinions, and statements expressed herein are solely those of the authors and do not reflect those of the funding or data sources; no endorsement is intended or should be inferred. We would like to acknowledge Public Health Ontario for access to case level data from iPHIS Plus and COVID-19 laboratory data, as well as assistance with data interpretation. We also thank the staff of Ontario’s public health units who are responsible for COVID-19 case and contact management and data collection within iPHIS Plus.

This work is supported by the Applied Health Research Questions (AHRQ) Portfolio at ICES, which is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health. For more information on AHRQ and how to submit a request, please visit www.ices.on.ca/DAS/AHRQ.

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