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Nova Scotia Update:
0 new deaths (65 total)
0 new hospitalizations (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
11 new cases (1190 total)
1143 tests done
4 new recoveries (1074 total)
51 active cases (95.7% are officially concluded)
New Brunswick Update:
1 new death (7 total)
0 new hospitalization (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
15 new cases (445 total)
2 new recoveries (349 total)
89 active cases (80% are officially concluded)
0 new deaths (0 total)
1 new case (69 total)
0 new recoveries (67 total)
2 active cases (97.1% are officially concluded)
0 new deaths (4 total)
0 new hospitalizations, 1 released (1 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
2 new cases (321 total)
0 new recoveries (294 total)
23 active cases (92.8% are officially concluded)
19 new deaths (3505 total, 86 max April 30)
507 total hospitalizations (+23, 1043 max May 5)
156 total ICU cases (+9, 264 max April 9)
92 patients on ventilator (+3)
1589 new cases (105501 total, 1589 max Nov 23)
37471 tests done (4.24% positive, 48488 max Oct 8)
1484 new recoveries (88992 total)
13004 active cases (52% under age 40, 10% over 70, 87.7% officially concluded)
THIS is an interesting read. Certainly food for thought. I don't dismiss anything as far as where this all could be going at this stage.
There are 29 new cases in the Atlantic Bubble today, 1 in PEI, 15 in NB, 2 in NFLD, 11 in NS; NB reports 2 recoveries, NS reports 4. NB also reports 1 additional death. No further information was provided on age or circumstances but there were no covid patients in hospital as of yesterday in NB. Ontario numbers are updated. The new case in PEI is related to travel outside the Atlantic Bubble. 11 cases in NB are in zone 2 (St John), 3 in zone 1 (Moncton) and 1 in zone 3 (Fredericton). Of the 89 active cases in NB, just 11 are still under investigation. All others are travel related or close contacts. In NFLD, 1 new case is a resident returning from work in Manitoba The 2nd case is a close contact of a previous case. All 11 new cases in NS are in Central Zone. 8 are connected to previously reported cases; 3 are under investigation. 1 of the cases was detected Saturday, Nov. 21, in a pilot rapid COVID-19 screening program for bar staff and patrons in downtown Halifax. This means there are 2 active cases in PEI, 51 in NS, 89 in NB and 23 in NFLD, none known to be related to the Atlantic Bubble itself, which has now been burst as Newfoundland and PEI will no longer allow non-essential travel into their provinces for at least 2 weeks. 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, 1143 tests were completed with 11 new cases reported.
From the Press Release:
Cases in Zones 1 and 2 are still under investigation and community spread is not yet confirmed.
“Nova Scotia is urging people to limit travel for the next two weeks. I respect the decision of the provinces of Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador to take further steps at this time,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “Our border with New Brunswick continues to be monitored. There are a number of people on both sides of our shared border who drive back and forth for work or other essential reasons, and they can continue to do so. But for anyone considering a shopping trip or other non-essential travel, we are asking you not to go. This is another step we can take to slow the spread of COVID-19.”
“Today’s changes to the Atlantic bubble – with two Atlantic provinces asking their citizens to quarantine after visiting here – is a stark reminder that we need to do all that we can to stop the spread of this virus in Nova Scotia,” said Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health. “COVID-19 has found its way back into our communities. It is the responsibility of all of us to move quickly and stop it from spreading further. Reduce your social circle and activities, and strictly follow public health measures.”
Neither NB or NS are currently making any changes to the Atlantic Bubble.
- NS has 65 deaths, making the death rate 65/1M population
- NB has 7 deaths, their rate is 9/1M
- PEI has 0 deaths
- NFLD has 4 deaths, their rate is 7.7/1M
- ON has 3505 deaths, their rate is 241/1M
- Canada's rate sitting at 305/1M
- Global rate is 177.9/1M
- US rate is 779/1M
- Austria rate is 278/1M
- Australia is 36/1M
- Spain is 908/1M
- Sweden is 626/1M
Notable points for today:
- Spain reported 0 deaths yesterday for an increase of 0%. They don't report on weekends.
- Austria reports 71 deaths for an increase of 2.97%.
- Australia reports 0 deaths for an increase of 0%, 37/39 days have 0 deaths.
- The rate of increase in Canada is 0.43% with 49 deaths (23 QC, 14 ON, 12 MB). 2 week rolling avg is 0.61%.
- The US rate of increase is 0.35%. 47/67 days are at/under a 0.45% increase, 12 of them at/under 0.2%.
- Sweden's 14 day rolling average daily increase is 0.27%.