Case numbers drop 20 per cent in two weeks
The number of active coronavirus cases on the Peninsula has dropped by 20 per cent in two weeks, from around 1000 to around 800.
The number was 797 on May 13, down from 1008 on April 29.
However, numbers are still well above the lowest number for the year of 548 on March 8.
The infection rate for the Peninsula stands a 1.69 per cent, compared to the Central Coast figure of 1.80 per cent.
The infection rate for the 2257 postcode area is significantly less than the rate for the 2256 postcode area, where in the past they have been similar.
The infection rate for the Woy Woy (2256) is 1.88 per cent, while for the 2257 postcode area, which includes Ettalong and Umina, is 1.59 per cent.
This means Woy Woy has about 37 more active cases than the Peninsula average and the 2257 postcode about 17 fewer cases.
Website, 14 May 2022
Covid data and statistics, NSW Government