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One Toronto Neighbourhood Has Over 170 More COVID-19 Cases Than Others Right Now

Other neighbourhoods are reporting less than 10 cases.
Toronto's Downsview Neighbourhood Has The Highest COVID-19 Cases

One Toronto neighbourhood has over 170 more COVID-19 cases than other spots in the 6ix right now. 

According to recent data, Toronto's Downsview neighbourhood is the current hotspot across the 6ix. 

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In fact, the City reports that Downsview-Roding has seen 184 new cases in 21 days.

When compared to other neighbourhoods, there is quite a difference in numbers. 

For example, Alderwood, an area located in Toronto's west end, confirmed just two cases over the same period.

Bayview Woods-Steeles only reported eight cases and the Annex reported 12.  

Meanwhile, Woburn, the neighbourhood that has the second-highest case count, recorded 149.

Due to Toronto's high case numbers, the city is currently under Ontario's stay-at-home order, which is set to lift on March 8. 

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