The context is managed by an underlying Database object. If you want to be sure all of your connections are closed I suggest you to dispose of the Database object after you dispose your context. You can get that database object via your context, however the access to it is protected so you should expose it in a partial class.
Then you can dispose it after you dispose your context:
Database db = myContextInstance.GetDatabase();
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