Alex Shin works out at Hone Fitness in Toronto, Ontario, after indoor dining restaurants, gyms and cinemas reopened on July 31. Photo: Reuters Alex Shin works out at Hone Fitness in Toronto, Ontario, after indoor dining restaurants, gyms and cinemas reopened on July 31. Photo: Reuters
Alex Shin works out at Hone Fitness in Toronto, Ontario, after indoor dining restaurants, gyms and cinemas reopened on July 31. Photo: Reuters

East Asians have Toronto’s lowest coronavirus infection rate. But other Asian groups are suffering badly

  • Toronto’s ethnic Chinese are weathering the epidemic well – yet it’s a much different story for Filipinos, South Asians and all other non-whites
  • Wide disparities are also reflected according to income, with experts suggesting socio-economic factors like racism and poverty are likely at play, not genetics

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Alex Shin works out at Hone Fitness in Toronto, Ontario, after indoor dining restaurants, gyms and cinemas reopened on July 31. Photo: Reuters Alex Shin works out at Hone Fitness in Toronto, Ontario, after indoor dining restaurants, gyms and cinemas reopened on July 31. Photo: Reuters
Alex Shin works out at Hone Fitness in Toronto, Ontario, after indoor dining restaurants, gyms and cinemas reopened on July 31. Photo: Reuters
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