These 7 Neighbourhoods In Toronto Are The Hardest Hit By COVID-19 Right Now

One spot reported 141 cases in 21 days.
Toronto COVID-19 Cases Are The Worst In These 7 Neighbourhoods

The city is currently in a modified stage two as Toronto COVID-19 cases continue to grow. 

However, some neighbourhoods throughout the 6ix are being hit harder than others. 

In the past 21 days, some spots are only reporting a couple of cases, while others are seeing over a hundred.

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As of October 25, 2020, Toronto's most affected neighbourhood is the Mount Olive-Silverstone-Jamestown area, with 153 cases in the past 21 days. 

The second worst neighbourhood is the Dorset Park area with 128, followed by Woburn at 117.

Other areas with high positive rates are Downsview-Roding-CFB (106), Glenfield-Jane Heights (96), West Humber-Clairville (90), and Rouge (86).

However, the area of Blake Jones has only reported two new cases from October 5 until October 25. 

Ontario reported 851 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, 281 of those cases being in Toronto. 

Patrick John Gilson
Patrick John Gilson was a Creator with Narcity Media focused on Ontario gas prices and is based in Toronto, Ontario.