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Table 2 Participant characteristics with respect to NYGHa and WCHb sites

From: Socioeconomic and immigration status and COVID-19 testing in Toronto, Ontario: retrospective cross-sectional study

Characteristics Site Total
NYGHa WCHb
N Column Percent (%) N Column Percent (%) N
Age group (years)
0–9 years 3108 5.81% 1501 5.01% 4609
10–19 years 4072 7.61% 1119 3.73% 5191
20–29 years 10,770 20.14% 8143 27.18% 18,913
30–39 years 8987 16.80% 7927 26.46% 16,914
40–49 years 8174 15.28% 3749 12.51% 11,923
50–59 years 8353 15.62% 3355 11.20% 11,708
60–69 years 6281 11.74% 2429 8.11% 8710
  > 70 years 3729 6.97% 1741 5.81% 5470
Missing 5 0.01% 0 0% 5
Sex
Female 29,470 55.11% 19,094 63.72% 48,564
Male 24,009 44.89% 10,870 36.28% 34,879
Income Quintiles
1(=lowest) 11,065 20.69% 4455 14.87% 15,520
2 9866 18.45% 5155 17.20% 15,021
3 8910 16.66% 4836 16.14% 13,746
4 9691 18.12% 4668 15.58% 14,359
5 13,850 25.90% 10,019 33.44% 23,869
Missing 97 0.18% 831 2.77% 928
Immigration terciles
1(=lowest foreign-born population) 6503 12.16% 5469 18.25% 11,972
2 17,930 33.53% 16,860 56.27% 34,790
3 28,903 54.05% 6552 21.87% 35,455
Missing 143 0.27% 1083 3.61% 1226
Travel
No 52,619 98.39% 29,057 96.97% 81,676
Yes 860 1.61% 907 3.03% 1767
Total 53,479 100.00% 29,964 100.00% 83,443
  1. aNYGH North York General Hospital, bWCH Women’s College Hospital