So Many Ontario Regions Have 10,000 Fewer Active COVID-19 Cases Than The Hardest-Hit Spot

Some regions are reporting under 20 cases.

Toronto Staff Writer

Not all Ontario regions are being hit the same way when it comes to COVID-19.

In fact, some spots are reporting around 10,000 fewer active cases than others.

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Currently, Toronto is considered the province's hardest-hit region, with 10,643 active cases.

Yet, multiple regions across the province are reporting numbers that are drastically lower. Timiskaming is currently only reporting 15 active cases, while Algoma follows close behind with 17.

Chatham-Kent and North Bay Parry Sound District both have 31 and Thunder Bay District has 40. Currently, 14 regions are reporting fewer than 100 active cases.

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