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COVID-19 Cases In Ontario: Only One Spot In The Province Has No Active Cases

As Toronto and Peel enter lockdown in an attempt to lower COVID-19 cases in Ontario, it seems that other parts of the province have remained untouched. 

As of Wednesday, over 107,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported since the start of the pandemic. 

Some regions, such as Toronto, are even reporting hundreds of new cases a day. 

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0 Algoma Public Health Unit Active COVID-19 Cases

However, one spot in Ontario currently has zero active COVID-19 cases, and it's the only region in the entire province to report such low numbers. 

According to the Ontario government, as of Wednesday, November 25, Algoma Public Health Unit currently has no active cases of COVID-19. 

This unit includes cities such as Sault Ste. Marie, Blind River, Elliot Lake, and Wawa. 

It is important to note that the unit has not been infection-free this entire time. Throughout the pandemic, they have had 58 resolved cases of the disease and no deaths.  

While it may be the only spot reporting zero active cases, other regions across the province also have some low numbers. 

Timiskaming Health Unit only has one active case, while Porcupine Health Unit has two. 

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