As Toronto COVID-19 cases continue to rise, it seems that some neighbourhoods are getting hit harder than others. \nIn fact, one spot in the 6ix has hundreds of more recent cases than surrounding neighbourhoods. \nEditor's Choice: Rod Phillips Just Resigned & Ford Has Already Announced His Replacement\n\n\n\n284\n\n\nNumber of active cases in Downsview-Roding\n\n\nAccording to the City of Toronto data, Downsview-Roding currently has 284 recent cases, which have been reported in the past 21 days.*\nThis one spot has 279 more than Runnymede-Bloor West Village, which has only had five recent cases.\nDownsview-Roding also has 273 more than Blake-Jones.*\nWhile this area is currently the spot with the most COVID-19 cases in the city, others follow close behind it. \nMount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown is reporting 269, while Woburn has 259.* \nAs cases continue to rise throughout Toronto, Mayor John Tory has been pleading with residents to stay home this New Year's. \nThe City also states that more measures are set to be announced next week in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19. \n*This article and its headline have been updated.