2020 Our City: A Peg Report on COVID-19 and Well-Being Indicators to Watch
While the report shares some immediate impacts of COVID-19—shown in this report with recent point-in-time statistics—many effects will be felt in our community for years to come. In this report, we focus on 14 Peg indicators we think will eventually reflect those longer-term impacts. Collectively, these indicators provide a baseline measure of Winnipeg’s well-being when we entered the pandemic. We hope by highlighting potential long-term impacts, we will inspire people to act to lessen the severity of these effects.
Our reports only give a snapshot of the information available on the Peg website (mypeg.ca).
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