Due to changes in eligibility for testing, driven by increasing COVID-19 cases related to the Omicron variant, case counts in this report are an underestimate of the true number of individuals with COVID-19 in Toronto. Please interpret these data accordingly.

The data shown on these maps are intended to help public health, health care and community partners deliver COVID-19 prevention strategies to people living in parts of the city most affected by virus spread. It is important to remember that COVID-19 is circulating in all parts of Toronto and everyone should follow public health advice to reduce the spread of this virus.

These maps illustrate the distribution of COVID-19 cases, testing and testing results for Toronto residents based on their home postal code. Some neighbourhoods have higher COVID-19 rates because the people who live in them face higher risk due to their living and working conditions, including being essential workers who cannot work from home, lack of paid sick days, job insecurity, crowded housing, and taking crowded public transportation.

These maps do not tell us where we are at risk of getting COVID-19, where people were exposed to the disease, or where people were tested. It is possible to become infected with COVID-19 anywhere. That is why it is important to practice hand hygiene, wear masks, keep a distance of six feet, and avoid large gatherings.

Case maps include cases from outbreaks. Long-term care home and retirement home residents can be looked at separately or removed by using the filters on the map (select “LTCH RH Residents” or “Non-LTCH RH Residents”). Testing maps include all individuals tested for COVID-19 who have a valid postal code. When using the maps below, hover over the neighbourhoods to view numbers (counts) and other relevant information. Learn more about Toronto neighbourhoods, including what neighbourhood you live in.

Please note that the data shown here may differ from other sources, as data are extracted at different times. The data in the maps are subject to change as the public health investigation into reported cases is currently ongoing. Additionally, data definitions are subject to change as the pandemic evolves.

This information is updated three times per week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, except on statutory holidays. Testing information is updated once a week, on Wednesday.

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