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These 31 Toronto Neighbourhoods Have Seen No New COVID-19 Cases In 3 Weeks

And some of them used to be major hot-spot regions. 😮

Here's a positive result you actually want to see when it comes to COVID-19 — according to the latest data from the City, there are 31 neighbourhoods throughout Toronto that are reporting zero new cases of COVID-19 in the past 21 days.

Scarborough Village and Thorncliffe Park, which were considered COVID-19 hotspots in the 6ix, are among the few communities reporting no cases of the virus as of Wednesday, July 21.

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The 29 other COVID-19 free neighbourhoods are:

  • Cliffcrest
  • Old East York
  • Rosedale-Moore Park
  • Don Valley Village
  • Lawrence Park North
  • Lawrence Park South*
  • Clanton Park
  • Greenwood-Coxwell
  • Birchcliffe-Cliffside
  • Wychwood
  • Pelmo Park-Humberlea
  • Rustic
  • Yonge-St. Clair
  • Agincourt North
  • Woodbine-Lumsden
  • Casa Loma
  • Yorkdale-Glen Park
  • Runnymede-Bloor West Village
  • Newtonbrook East
  • Danforth
  • Highland Creek
  • Trinity-Bellwoods
  • Newtonbrook West
  • Morningside
  • Corso Italia-Davenport
  • Dufferin Grove
  • Playter Estates-Danforth
  • Broadview North; and
  • University

The province is currently in the third and final stage of its reopening plan, which means a return to indoor dining, movie theatres, and live sporting events all across Ontario.

Toronto currently reports that over 67% of residents 18 years old or older are fully vaccinated; provincially, over 65% of Ontarians 18 years old and older are fully vaccinated.*

*This article has been updated

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