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Nova Scotia Update:
0 new deaths (65 total)
0 new hospitalizations (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
14 new cases (1280 total)
3644 tests done
8 new recoveries (1090 total)
125 active cases (90.2% are officially concluded)

New Brunswick Update:
0 new deaths (7 total)
0 new hospitalizations, 1 released (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
4 new cases (481 total)
7 new recoveries (363 total)
111 active cases (76.9% are officially concluded)

PEI Update:
0 new deaths (0 total)
2 new cases (72 total)
0 new recoveries (68 total)
4 active cases (94.4% are officially concluded)

Newfoundland Update:
0 new deaths (4 total)
0 new hospitalizations (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
2 new cases (333 total)
1 new recovery (297 total)
32 active cases (90.4% are officially concluded)

Ontario Update:
29 new deaths (3624 total, 86 max April 30)
595 total hospitalizations (+54, 1043 max May 5)
155 total ICU cases (+4, 264 max April 9)
99 patients on ventilator (-2)
1822 new cases (113038 total, 1855 max Nov 27)
55086 tests done (3.31% positive, 58037 max Nov 27)
1510 new recoveries (95876 total)
13538 active cases (51.9% under age 40, 10.3% over 70, 88% officially concluded)

There are 24 new cases in the Atlantic Bubble today, 4 in NB, 2 in NFLD, 14 in NS, 2 in PEI; NS reports 8 recoveries, NB reports 7, NFLD reports 1. Ontario numbers are updated. All 4 of the new cases in NB are in zone 3 (Fredericton) and are under investigation. In NFLD, 1 case is a close contact of a previous case, the other case is travel related, a resident returning from the US. Twelve cases in NS are in Central Zone, one is in Western Zone and one in Northern Zone. There were 670 tests administered at the rapid-testing pop-up site in Dartmouth yesterday and three positive results. The individuals were directed to self-isolate and have been referred for a standard test. One case in PEI is a student at Charlottetown Rural High, their first case in a school. The other case is travel related, a resident returning from Toronto. This means there are 4 active cases in PEI, 125 in NS, 111 in NB and 32 in NFLD. 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, 3644 tests were completed with 14 new cases reported.

From the Press Release:
“Black Friday weekend usually draws crowds from across the province to the Halifax area to shop, but that must change this year,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “I want to remind all Nova Scotians that we are asking you to avoid non-essential travel in and out of western and central HRM and parts of Hants County. If you are doing some shopping this weekend, it’s best to stay close to home and buy local. You’ll be supporting the businesspeople in your community and doing your part to slow the spread of COVID-19.”

“A few days ago, we introduced new restrictions in Halifax and Hants County. I know it’s not easy, but it will allow us to slow the spread of COVID-19,” said Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health. “The retail sector and restaurant and bar owners have all stepped up and adapted to ensure they continue to follow all public health measures. Now it is up to Nova Scotians to ensure they are doing their part to limit the spread of COVID-19.”

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- 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 3624 deaths, their rate is 249/1M
- Canada's rate sitting at 316/1M
- Global rate is 185.9/1M
- US rate is 803/1M
- Austria rate is 341/1M
- Australia is 36/1M
- Spain is 952/1M
- Sweden is 653/1M

Notable points for today:
- Spain reported 294 deaths yesterday for an increase of 0.66%.
- Austria reports 132 deaths for an increase of 4.57%.
- Australia reports 0 deaths for an increase of 0% for 31 days in a row.
- The rate of increase in Canada is 0.81% with 95 deaths (37 QC, 20 ON, 14 MB, 9 AB, 11 BC, 4 SK). 2 week rolling avg is 0.67%.
- The US rate of increase is 0.54%. 48/72 days are at/under a 0.45% increase, 12 of them at/under 0.2%.
- Sweden's 14 day rolling average daily increase is 0.39%.

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