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Nova Scotia Update:
0 new deaths (65 total)
0 new hospitalizations (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
6 new cases (1142 total)
1062 tests done
4 new recoveries (1056 total)
21 active cases (98.3% are officially concluded)

New Brunswick Update:
0 new deaths (6 total)
1 new hospitalization, (2 current)
0 new ICU cases (1 current)
6 new cases (364 total)
1 new recovery (339 total)
19 active cases (94.8% are officially concluded)

PEI Update:
0 new deaths (0 total)
0 new cases (68 total)
0 new recoveries (64 total)
4 active cases (94.1% are officially concluded)

Newfoundland Update:
0 new deaths (4 total)
0 new hospitalizations (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
2 new cases (301 total)
0 new recoveries (289 total)
8 active cases (99% are officially concluded)

Ontario Update:
20 new deaths (3332 total, 86 max April 30)
502 total hospitalizations (+50, 1043 max May 5)
107 total ICU cases (+1, 264 max April 9)
66 patients on ventilator (-1)
1581 new cases (92761 total, 1581 max Nov 14)
44837 tests done (3.53% positive, 48488 max Oct 8)
1003 new recoveries (77241 total)
12188 active cases (51.7% under age 40, 10.8% over 70, 86.9% officially concluded)

There are 14 new cases in the Atlantic Bubble today, 6 in NB, 6 in NS, 2 in NFLD; NB reports 1 recovery, NS reports 4. Ontario numbers are updated. 4 of the NB cases are in zone 1 (Moncton). 2 are travel related and 2 are under investigation. 1 case is in zone 2 (St John) and 1 zone 3 (Fredericton), both are travel related. The new cases in NS are in the Central Zone. All cases are all contacts of previously reported cases. One of the cases is related to the Bitter End in Halifax. The cases at the Bitter End appear to be linked to the Clayton Park cluster. The other cases are part of an emerging cluster that is being investigated by public health. The 2 new cases in NFLD are both travel related. 1 person returned from the US, the other from Ontario. This means there are 4 active cases in PEI, 21 in NS, 19 in NB and 8 in NFLD, none known to be related to the Atlantic Bubble itself. In NS, 53/65 (82%) NS deaths are from Northwood and 57/65 (88%) are from long term care in general (11 different facilities have reported cases, none have an active case). Yesterday, 1062 tests were completed with 6 new cases reported.

From the Press Release:
“I am concerned that people are not taking the virus seriously and putting others in jeopardy,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “It is imperative that everyone follow public health protocols - wear a mask, limit social contacts, practice social distancing, stay home when feeling unwell and wash your hands.”

“We are starting to see more cases of COVID-19 in our province” said Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health. “I can’t stress this enough, if you are feeling unwell, stay home, even you are experiencing mild symptoms, and do the online COVID assessment. It is also time for everyone to reduce social activities and limit our number of close social contacts. We all have a responsibility to limit the spread of COVID-19.”

- NS has 65 deaths, making the death rate 65/1M population
- NB has 6 deaths, their rate is 7.7/1M
- PEI has 0 deaths
- NFLD has 4 deaths, their rate is 7.7/1M
- ON has 3332 deaths, their rate is 229/1M
- Canada's rate sitting at 288/1M
- Global rate is 168/1M
- US rate is 741/1M
- Austria rate is 188/1M
- Australia is 36/1M
- Spain is 869/1M
- Sweden is 603/1M

Notable points for today:
- Spain reported 308 deaths yesterday for an increase of 0.76%.
- Austria reports 0 deaths for an increase of 0%. This will change.
- Australia reports 0 deaths for an increase of 0%, 28/30 days have 0 deaths. 39/40 days are at/under 0.22%.
- The rate of increase in Canada is 0.56% with 60 deaths (29 QC, 19 ON, 5 MB, 5 AB, 2 BC). 2 week rolling avg is 0.47%. Among the 29 QC deaths, 9 have occurred in the last 24 hours, 16 have occurred between November 6 and November 11, and 4 have occurred at an unknown date.
- The US rate of increase is 0.79%. 44/58 days are at/under a 0.45% increase, 12 of them at/under 0.2%.
- Sweden has 102/114 days are at/under 0.15%, all but 4 at/under 0.25%.

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