About 14 per cent of the people in Haldimand-Norfolk who have tested positive for COVID-19 are residents of Norfolk County.
That detail was part of a report released to media by the Haldimand Norfolk Health Unit on April 18.
As of April 18 there were about 160 lab-confirmed cases of the virus in the two counties. Most of the cases are related to Anson Place long-term care and retirement facility in Hagersville. As of April 17, 22 residents at the facility have died from COVID-19 and 70 residents have tested positive.
The 14 per cent figure for Norfolk represents about 22 people. Norfolk has approximately 64,000 residents.
Of those who tested positive:
- 33% (approx. 7 people) live in Simcoe
- 29% (approx. 6 people) live in Waterford
- 19% (approx. 4 people) live in Vittoria
- 10% (approx. 2 people) live in Port Dover
- 9% (approx. 2 people) live in Delhi
In Haldimand County, there are about 138 cases, of which 70 are related to Anson Place. Haldimand has approximately 45,600 residents.
Other data from the report:
- 25 deaths as of April 17
- About 700 people in H-N have been tested over the past month
- First confirmed case was March 26
- 70% of positive cases are women