One in 10 have had coronavirus
More than 10 per cent of the Peninsula population has now had the coronavirus, according to figures displayed on the NSW Government "Covid data and statistics" web page.
According to the page, 3276 people (10.6 per cent) of the population of 30,793 in the 2257 postcode area has had the disease.
In the 2256 postcode area, 1677 people (10.2 per cent) of a population of 16310 have had the disease.
Active coronavirus case numbers on the Peninsula have dropped by more than 500 in the last four weeks.
Almost 300 of this reduction has occurred in the past fortnight.
The Peninsula had a total of 1262 cases on January 21, comprised of 801 cases in the 2257 postcode area and 461 in the 2256 postcode.
This had reduced to 774 cases on February 17, comprised of 510 cases in the 2257 postcode and 264 in 2256.
Two weeks previously, there were 1071 active cases on February 3, 297 more cases than on February 17.
Of this number, 725 cases were in the 2257 postcode area and 346 in the 2256 area.
Website, 19 Feb 2022
Covid data and statistics, NSW Government