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Nova Scotia Update:
0 new deaths (65 total)
0 new hospitalizations (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
1 new case (1119 total)
1058 tests done
2 new recoveries (1036 total)
18 active cases (98.4% are officially concluded)

New Brunswick Update:
0 new deaths (6 total)
0 new hospitalizations (5 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
2 new cases (349 total)
2 new recoveries (315 total)
28 active cases (92% are officially concluded)

PEI Update:
0 new deaths (0 total)
0 new case (64 total)
0 new recoveries (64 total)
0 active cases (100% are officially concluded)

Newfoundland Update:
0 new deaths (4 total)
0 new hospitalizations (0 current)
0 new ICU cases (0 current)
2 new cases (294 total)
0 new recoveries (285 total)
5 active cases (98.3% are officially concluded)

Ontario Update:
13 new deaths (3195 total, 86 max April 30)
381 total hospitalizations (+14, 1043 max May 5)
86 total ICU cases (+11, 264 max April 9)
48 patients on ventilator (+4)
998 new cases (80690 total, 1050 max Nov 3)
35754 tests done (2.79% positive, 48488 max Oct 8)
948 new recoveries (69137 total)
8358 active cases (50.6% under age 40, 12.1% over 70, 89.6% officially concluded)

There are 5 new cases in the Atlantic Bubble today, 1 in NS, 2 in NB, 2 in NFLD; NS and NB report 2 recoveries each. Ontario numbers are updated. The new case in NS is in the Central Zone and is under investigation. The 2 new NB cases are both in zone 3 (Fredericton) and under investigation. The 2 new cases in NFLD are both males (unrelated) who have returned from work in AB and are self-isolating. This means there are 0 active cases in PEI, 18 in NS, 28 in NB and 5 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, 1058 tests were completed with 1 new case reported.

From the Press Release:
Zone 5 (Campbellton) will return to the Yellow level at midnight tonight. Public Health made the recommendation based upon a consistent downward trend in the number of cases and a significant decline in the risk of further infections.

“Based on the measures taken by the community, we are accepting the recommendation of Public Health that the Campbellton region return to the Yellow level as of midnight,” said Premier Blaine Higgs. “The community showed what is possible by working together and I thank them for their dedicated efforts in making this happen. I also recognize the outstanding efforts by our health-care workers who continue to work in so many different capacities to help manage the virus. In addition, I thank our provincial government employees who are working on border control duties both on the frontlines and behind the scenes. Their efforts are not only helping to keep our province safe but also our neighbours in the Atlantic bubble."

“Returning Zone 5 to the Yellow level is the result of an immense amount of collaboration involving public health workers, staff at the regional health authority, local civic leaders and, most importantly, the residents of the region,” said Dr. Jennifer Russell, chief medical officer of health. “The risks of COVID-19 continue to increase all around the Atlantic bubble. In fact, lockdowns are imminent in England, parts of Europe and in the United States and Canada. That is why we must mitigate the risk by doing our very best to keep the virus out by implementing evidence-based measures such as limiting our number of close contacts, physical distancing, wearing your mask, staying home if you are sick and getting tested even if you have mild symptoms.”

- 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 3195 deaths, their rate is 219/1M
- Canada's rate sitting at 275/1M
- Global rate is 157.9/1M
- US rate is 709/1M
- Austria rate is 139/1M
- Australia is 36/1M
- Spain is 812/1M
- Sweden is 586/1M

Notable points for today:
- Spain reported 297 deaths yesterday for an increase of 0.79%. In addition, a backlog of 1,326 deaths was reported today after a change in health criteria for which probable COVID-19 deaths will now be counted, in addition to confirmed deaths. I have distributed the backlog over the time-series.
- Austria reports 35 deaths for an increase of 2.94%.
- Australia reports 0 deaths for an increase of 0%, 19/21 days have 0 deaths. 37/40 days are under 0.35%.
- The rate of increase in Canada is 0.51% with 52 deaths (33 QC, 16 ON, 2 MB, 1 BC). This marks 83/111 days at/under 0.15%, all but 7 under 0.35%. Of the 34 QC deaths, 8 occurred in the last 24 hours, 16 occurred between Oct 28 - Nov 2 and 7 occurred before Oct 28.
- The US rate of increase is 0.48%. 40/49 days are at/under a 0.45% increase, 11 of them at/under 0.2%.
- Sweden has 100/105 days are at/under 0.1%. Note I will not be reporting Sweden's daily change any longer as they seem to typically be a day behind and is often requiring me to spread new data over the last several months.

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