"You can't "pass through" another country, break a law there, and then claim you're not subject to that law because you were just "passing through"." LAOP is shocked that they got a ticket for driving without insurance, for driving without insurance in a province that requires insurance reddit.com/r/legaladvice/…
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Diversifying your province's economy. How does it work?
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#BREAKING - All regions of the province will enter the lockdown stage at 12:01 am on December 24th, sources indicate to 680NEWS. The length of the lockdown will vary depending on region. It will mean nonessential retail & indoor dining will be prohibited right across Ontario. twitter.com/richard680new…
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Ruyi Bridge in Shenxianju, a national science attraction in Taizhou, Zhejiang Province, eastern China v.redd.it/2fgfu1fxd3a61
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Blindly voting Conservative every election is hurting our province and alienating us from the rest of the country

As the title states, voting conservative every election has turned Alberta from what should be an economic haven into a dump with double digit unemployment. This post that someone had made earlier today pointing out that Jason Kenney pretty much straight up lies to our faces and still polls at 40% as well as just knowing a ton of people who vote conservative for literally know reason has urged me to start the fight on having some education for voters in Alberta.

Base Politics

The first thing I think worth reading is this post on base politics. It even compares us to other oil states and how much worse economically we are doing. Base politics is exactly the issue in Alberta where I would bet there's a large percentage of people who have voted conservative every election they voted in. It isn't a secret and there are tons of articles out there pointing out that the conservatives don't get voted in because of their policies and that Albertans aren't as conservative in political beliefs as we believe. Articles like this and this go over it.

Polarization

This has resulted in a polarization among Albertans that is alienating us from the rest of the country. If everyone else isn't bending over backwards to help us sell oil then they are our enemy. While I'm not against pipelines or trying to sell our oil, its also our fault were still reliant on it. The first article I linked dips into this a little bit. Norway (a similar economy to ours) started diversifying their economy in 2006 and now has an unemployment rate of like 4% compared to Alberta that has spent time in the double digits and nearly hit 20% for young adults. Threatening everyone to let us build pipelines and throwing a fit is only making people want to help us less, who we should be throwing a fit at is a conservative government that did no diversification for 40 years and now every time oil prices go down the province has to shutdown.

Bad Economic Policy

One of the main reasons you'll hear people say they vote conservative: "Oh well at least they don't just waste money like the socialists!!!" which may or may not be true. Sure something like t

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Tomb of Cyrus the Great, Fars Province, Iran 6th century BC. [736Γ—1104]
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Last photo ever taken of these Navy SEALs that would end up perishing in Operation Red Wings in Kunar Province in Afghanistan. Even more would perish in a helicopter that was shot down trying to rescue them. Marcus Luttrell (third from the right) was the only survivor
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Wild flowers in 7km high Kunlun mountains, Qinghai province, China (@kaka_photograph_) [1080x1350]
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(800 x 526) Unexploded 406 mm Mk. 13 High Capacity shell fired from a 16"/50 cal Mark 7 gun of the Iowa-class USS New Jersey (BB-62) discovered in Quang Tri Province Vijetnam
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COVID-19 update for February 1, 2021: Ottawa: 25, Province of Ontario: 1,969 new cases, 36 death(s), 2,132 resolved, 339,644 (+2,816 today) vaccinated.

Vaccination info

  • 25,097 vaccinated, 25,350 doses received in Ottawa.
  • 339,644 (+2,816 today) total vaccinated in Ontario. 68,849 fully vaccinated. corrected value
  • 957,229 (+5,017 today) total vaccinated in Canada. 111,890 fully vaccinated. corrected value

COVID-19 Cases

PHU Cases Per 100k/7d Cases
Toronto PHU 152.1 886
Peel 143.4 330
York 96.8 128
Durham 69 90
Windsor 85.9 72
Niagara 125.1 61
Waterloo Region 81.8 60
Halton 60.1 55
London 49.8 47
Hamilton 78.7 39
Simcoe-Muskoka 51.4 36
Wellington-Guelph 93.3 36
Ottawa 35.5 25
Haliburton, Kawartha 31.2 19
Southwestern 40.7 15
Chatham-Kent 107.2 15
Eastern Ontario 69.5 14

All other PHUs reporting 10 or fewer cases.

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Ottawa specific info:

Updated Daily

  • 7d rolling average: 53 (-4).
  • Active cases: 648 (-26).^1
  • Rt rate: 0.76 (-0.01).
  • Current hospitalizations: 31 (-1), ICU: 5 (-1).
  • No death(s) reported in Ottawa.

Updated Tuesday - Saturday

  • 7,368 tests performed.
  • 2.4% (-0.2%) positive rate (Jan. 22 - Jan. 28).^2
  • Backlog is 1,969.
  • Average turnaround time for a high priority test was 16H.
  • Average turnaround time for all tests was 36H.

Poop chart

  • Daily Viral Signal on Jan 26: 235Β΅ (-).
  • 7d Average: 297Β΅ (-)^2.

1. Active cases and hospitalization rates are taken from the OPH dashboard as of ~10 AM on the current day.
2. 7 day rolling average, usually a few days behind.


Ontario specific info:

  • 7d rolling average: 1,889 (+2).
  • Active cases: 19,216 (-199).
  • Rt rate: 0.95 (-0.03).
  • 30,359 tests performed, 6.49% (+2.75%) positive rate.
  • 7d average for positive rate: 3.68% (+0.06%).
  • Backlog is 11,651 (-3,965).
  • Current hospitalizations: 1,158 (-1), ICUs: 354 (-2), Ventilated: 260 (+8).

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Toronto’s top doctor calls on province to provide 10 paid sick days amid surging COVID-19 cases thestar.com/news/gta/2021…
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Remember when EU3 had a cute little 3D city in the province view?
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Leaving the province, saw this...
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Why can the province grant an exemption for a officer’s funeral?

I know this is an unpopular opinion but I don’t think this exemption is morally justifiable. I still don’t even understand what the actual criteria for it is. Is it because he was a hero? Is it because he died tragically? Is it because he was on the police force? Is it because his friends and families grief is measurably larger than the thousands of others who have lost loved ones during these restrictions? Why in this one particular instance do 40 extra people get to attend a funeral?

I watched a bullshit zoom call funeral and so should everyone else that doesn’t make the β€œtop 10”. Let us all have 50 or fuck off.

Down vote me to hell but Favouritism is favouritism.

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Last year me and my partner were traveling to Ushuaia in the deep South of Argentina with the plan to reach Colombia a few months later. We stuck in Bolivia due Covid. These are some pictures of the start of the journey in the beautiful province Tierra del Fuego. reddit.com/gallery/l4nous
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USD $1 gets you this meal in the Province of South Sinai, Egypt. reddit.com/gallery/l9cnsp
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Foto che Google Maps utilizza per tutte le 107 province italiane reddit.com/gallery/kv2oyq
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Decently accurate map of Tamriel and it’s provinces by James Napela
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In the first 9 months of 2020, as the COVID-19 catastrophe unfolded across Ontario, the three largest publicly traded long-term-care operators in the province made huge payouts to investors while taking millions in government funds, data shows thestar.com/news/gta/2020…
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Just one province away from being the true master of India...
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Provinces of North America in modern day
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The provincial government is running ads in other provinces encouraging remote workers to relocate here. What do we think of that?

I saw a post on the Ontario sub where someone mentioned seeing an ad promoting Nova Scotia as a work-from-home location. I went looking and found three short ads posted on YouTube and a website dedicated to the initiative.

As we are largely aware, the province has been trying to reverse the economic tide with some success in recent years. A key part of that has been trying to get anyone to move here, with fingers crossed that they will find a job or start a business before they're lured to another province by better prospects. To that end, remote workers seem to be a bit of a holy grail: they boost the population, tax base, and consumer demand, and the job part is already taken care of.

Obviously, the main (and perhaps only) negative that comes to mind right now is the housing market. Do you think that it's appropriate for the government to be goosing population growth when it's already outstripping the supply of housing? Do you think the pros outweigh the cons?

Personally, I'm a homeowner so I don't stand to lose from the current conditions, but I do find it a bit disingenuous that the website linked above pitches our housing prices as a reason to move here. I would be a bit peeved if I was a remote worker who was enticed by that, and then ended up in bidding war after bidding war.

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Everyone from around the world wants to move into this province in New Zealand apparently.
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β€˜I really am totally speechless’: With about half of Ontario LTC residents still not vaccinated, experts question province’s priorities thestar.com/news/gta/2021…
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Premier Doug Ford releases a statement regarding his finance minister Rod Phillips who took a luxury vacation to the Caribbean while the province enters lockdown and families were kept apart for Christmas v.redd.it/dztekp0qsb861
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Global News Question @ Roussin Today: β€œThe city of Winnipeg has been operating its in-house gyms exclusively for employees during the level red. The City says it got permission to do so from the Province. Can you confirm the City was given permission, and why?” streamable.com/iqjrbj
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Your dog is illegal in the province for a REASON.
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[Lavoie] It’s a go ! The NHL received officially the green light from the Federal government and the 5 provinces (with NHL teams on their territories) to start the season January 13. twitter.com/renlavoietva/…
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COVID-19 update for February 2, 2021: BIG CAVEAT on the provincial numbers inside. Ottawa: 14, Province of Ontario: 745 new cases, -348 death(s), 2,297 resolved, 341,900 (+2,256 today) vaccinated.

#Big caveat on today's data:

On February 1, Toronto Public Health (TPH) migrated all COVID-19 data to CCM from their local CORES system. This migration had an impact on today’s data. Most notably, TPH’s case count is negative following the identification of duplicate cases and there were data corrections for some fields (e.g., longterm care home residents and health care workers). As well, case counts for other PHUs may have been affected by system outages related to the migration. Additional data fluctuations may occur over the next few days.


Vaccination info

  • 26,337 vaccinated, 25,350 doses received in Ottawa. Vaccine vials sometimes contain a sixth dose accounting for the difference between vaccinations and doses received.
  • 341,900 (+2,256 today) total vaccinated in Ontario. 70,293 fully vaccinated.
  • 975492 (+18,263 today) total vaccinated in Canada. 116,317 fully vaccinated.

COVID-19 Cases

PHU Cases Per 100k/7d Cases
Peel 144.3 334
York 95.2 124
Niagara 128.5 65
Hamilton 77.5 52
Durham 68 44
Halton 59.3 44
Simcoe-Muskoka 52.4 42
Windsor 80.3 35
Waterloo Region 73.2 27
Wellington-Guelph 81.1 17
Ottawa 33.8 14
London 45.9 14
Thunder Bay 77.3 13
Southwestern 40.2 12
Toronto PHU 126.6 -119

All other PHUs reporting 10 or fewer cases.

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Ottawa specific info:

Updated Daily

  • 7d rolling average: 51 (-2).
  • Active cases: 599 (-49).^1
  • Rt rate: 0.74 (-0.02).
  • Current hospitalizations: 32 (+1), ICU: 6 (+1).
  • 1 death(s) reported in Ottawa

Updated Tuesday - Saturday

  • 1,700 tests performed.
  • 1.8% (-0.6%) positive rate ((Jan. 25 - Jan. 31).^2
  • Backlog is 182.
  • Average turnaround time for a high priority test was 12H.
  • Average turnaround time for all tests was 20H.

Poop chart

  • Daily Viral Signal on Jan 30: 690Β΅ (+455).
  • 7d Average: 420Β΅ (+123)^2.

1. Active cases and hospitalization rates are taken from the OPH dashboard as of ~10 AM on the current day.
2. 7 day rolling average, usually a few days behind.


Ontario specific info:

  • 7d rolling average: 1,889 (-143).
  • Active cases: 17,813 (-1,204).
  • Rt rate: 1.01 (+0.06).
  • 28,552 tests performed, 2.61% (-3.88%) positive rate.
  • 7d average for positive rate: 3.43% (-0.25%).
  • Backlog is 32,348 (+20,697).
  • Current h
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COVID-19 update for February 3, 2021: Ottawa: 58, Province of Ontario: 1,172 new cases, 429 death(s)*, 1,745 resolved, 344,615 (+2,715 today) vaccinated.

* I think we can assume the number of deaths is a data correction. Will update when the full report is released.

The province is reporting 67 deaths.


Vaccination info

  • 26,337 vaccinated, 25,350 doses received in Ottawa. Vaccine vials sometimes contain a sixth dose accounting for the difference between vaccinations and doses received.
  • 344,615 (+2,715 today) total vaccinated in Ontario. 72,057 fully vaccinated.
  • 988,202 (+12,710 today) total vaccinated in Canada. 121,087 fully vaccinated.

COVID-19 Cases

PHU Cases Per 100k/7d Cases
Toronto PHU 126.4 444
Peel 135.3 199
York 90.2 110
Ottawa 31.5 58
London 47.9 46
Durham 65.1 42
Windsor 81.2 41
Waterloo Region 67.1 39
Hamilton 67.7 26
Wellington-Guelph 86.2 26
Halton 55.4 24
Simcoe-Muskoka 52.9 24
Niagara 105.6 20
Thunder Bay 79.4 17
Eastern Ontario 56.1 14

All other PHUs reporting 10 or fewer cases.

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Ottawa specific info:

Updated Daily

  • 7d rolling average: 47 (-4).
  • Active cases: 516 (-83).^1
  • Rt rate: 0.77 (+0.03).
  • Current hospitalizations: 33 (+1), ICU: 6 (-).
  • No death(s) reported in Ottawa

Updated Tuesday - Saturday

  • 2,657 tests performed.
  • 1.8% (-0.6%) positive rate ((Jan. 25 - Jan. 31).^2
  • Backlog is 1,551.
  • Average turnaround time for a high priority test was 12H.
  • Average turnaround time for all tests was 20H.

Poop chart

  • Daily Viral Signal on Jan 31: 480Β΅ (-210).
  • 7d Average: 429Β΅ (+9)^2.

1. Active cases and hospitalization rates are taken from the OPH dashboard as of ~10 AM on the current day.
2. 7 day rolling average, usually a few days behind.


Ontario specific info:

  • 7d rolling average: 1,675 (-71).
  • Active cases: 16,811 (-1,002).
  • Rt rate: 0.96 (-0.05).
  • 52,418 tests performed, 2.24% (-0.37%) positive rate.
  • 7d average for positive rate: 3.31% (-0.12%).
  • Backlog is Backlog: 44,606 (+12,258).
  • Current hospitalizations: 1,066 (-126), ICUs: 336 (-5), Ventilated: 254 (+1).

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COVID-19 update for January 31, 2021: Ottawa: 55, Province of Ontario: 1,848 new cases, 43 death(s), 2,313 resolved, 336,828 (+9,373 today) vaccinated.

Vaccination info

  • 25,097 vaccinated, 25,350 doses received in Ottawa.
  • 336,828 (+9,373 today) total vaccinated in Ontario. 67,787 fully vaccinated. corrected value
  • 952,212 (+15,013 today) total vaccinated in Canada. 109,501 fully vaccinated. corrected value

COVID-19 Cases

PHU Cases Per 100k/7d Cases
Toronto PHU 147 726
Peel 145.6 306
York 99.2 168
Niagara 129.5 87
Ottawa 37.9 55
Durham 65.1 55
Windsor 89 53
Simcoe-Muskoka 52.2 52
Hamilton 81.4 49
Waterloo Region 78.2 48
Halton 59.9 47
Chatham-Kent 113.8 34
Wellington-Guelph 93 30
Eastern Ontario 68 19
Huron Perth 57.2 15
Thunder Bay 71.3 13

All other PHUs reporting 10 or fewer cases.

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Ottawa specific info:

Updated Daily

  • 7d rolling average: 57 (-6).
  • Active cases: 674 (-11).^1
  • Rt rate: 0.77 (+0.03).
  • Current hospitalizations: 32 (-2), ICU: 6 (+1).
  • No death(s) reported in Ottawa.

Updated Tuesday - Saturday

  • 7,368 tests performed.
  • 2.4% (-0.2%) positive rate (Jan. 22 - Jan. 28).^2
  • Backlog is 1,969.
  • Average turnaround time for a high priority test was 16H.
  • Average turnaround time for all tests was 36H.

Poop chart

  • Daily Viral Signal on Jan 26: 235Β΅ (-).
  • 7d Average: 297Β΅ (-36)^2.

1. Active cases and hospitalization rates are taken from the OPH dashboard as of ~10 AM on the current day.
2. 7 day rolling average, usually a few days behind.


Ontario specific info:

  • 7d rolling average: 1,887 (-81).
  • Active cases: 19,216 (-508).
  • Rt rate: 0.98 (+0.06).
  • 49,352 tests performed, 3.74% (+0.28%) positive rate.
  • 7d average for positive rate: 3.62% (-0.16%).
  • Backlog is 15,616 (-15,847).
  • Current hospitalizations: 1,159 (-114), ICUs: 356 (+3), Ventilated: 252 (+36).

Sources

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COVID-19 update for February 4, 2021: Ottawa: 46, Province of Ontario: 1,563 new cases, 88 death(s), 1,956 resolved, 348,331 (+3,716 today) vaccinated.

Vaccination info

  • 26,337 vaccinated, 25,350 doses received in Ottawa. Vaccine vials sometimes contain a sixth dose accounting for the difference between vaccinations and doses received.
  • 348,331 (+3,716 today) total vaccinated in Ontario. 74,994 fully vaccinated.
  • 100,0987 (+12,785 today) total vaccinated in Canada. 129,664 fully vaccinated.

COVID-19 Cases

PHU Cases Per 100k/7d Cases
Toronto PHU 122.7 584
Peel 131.2 265
York 82.4 132
Hamilton 65 78
Halton 54.4 58
Niagara 91.9 58
Simcoe-Muskoka 53.2 55
Waterloo Region 66.2 51
Ottawa 31.6 46
Durham 57.9 34
Windsor 71.1 24
Chatham-Kent 95.9 24
London 44.7 21
Eastern Ontario 51.3 20
Southwestern 42.1 16
Wellington-Guelph 76.3 12
Haliburton, Kawartha 30.7 12
Huron Perth 32.2 11

All other PHUs reporting 10 or fewer cases.

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Ottawa specific info:

Updated Daily

  • 7d rolling average: 47 (-).
  • Active cases: 483 (-33).^1
  • Rt rate: 0.83 (+0.06).
  • Current hospitalizations: 29 (-4), ICU: 6 (-).
  • 1 death(s) reported in Ottawa

Updated Tuesday - Saturday

  • 6,458 tests performed.
  • 1.9% (+0.1%) positive rate (Jan. 27 - Feb. 2).^2
  • Backlog is 1,220.
  • Average turnaround time for a high priority test was 13H.
  • Average turnaround time for all tests was 29H.

Poop chart

  • Daily Viral Signal on Jan 31: 480Β΅ (-210).
  • 7d Average: 447Β΅ (+18)^2.

1. Active cases and hospitalization rates are taken from the OPH dashboard as of ~10 AM on the current day.
2. 7 day rolling average, usually a few days behind.


Ontario specific info:

  • 7d rolling average: 1,600 (-75).
  • Active cases: 16,330 (-481).
  • Rt rate: 0.85 (-0.11).
  • 64,467 tests performed, 2.42% (+0.18%) positive rate.
  • 7d average for positive rate: 3.16% (-0.15%).
  • Backlog is Backlog: 47,282 (+2,676).
  • Current hospitalizations: 1,101 (+35), ICUs: 323 (-13), Ventilated: 241 (-13).

Sources

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πŸ“…︎ Feb 04 2021
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COVID-19 update for January 8, 2021: Ottawa: 154, Province of Ontario: 4,249 new cases, 26 death(s), 2,738 resolved, 14,483 vaccinated.

Vaccination info

  • 14,483 vaccinated in Ontario today.
  • 87,563 total vaccinated in Ontario.
  • 234,378 total vaccinated in Canada.

COVID-19 Cases

PHU Cases Per 100k/7d Cases
Toronto PHU 247.4 1,382
Peel 326.8 691
York 255.7 427
Niagara 242 213
Windsor 395 184
Hamilton 218.7 176
Durham 192.6 170
Ottawa 100.9 154
Waterloo Region 196 147
Halton 156.3 134
Wellington-Guelph 176.1 85
Simcoe-Muskoka 93.5 75
Lambton 303.2 56
London 168.8 53
Eastern Ontario 173.1 45
Brant 148.2 41
Southwestern 170.1 40
Huron Perth 109.5 31
Haldimand-Norfolk 144.1 20
Grey Bruce 51.2 20
Haliburton, Kawartha 58.1 13
Sudbury 22.9 13
Kingston 31 12
Renfrew 28 12

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All other PHUs reporting 10 or fewer cases.


Ottawa specific info:

Updated Daily

  • 7d rolling average: 121 (+8).
  • Active cases: 860 (-9).^1
  • Rt rate: 1.28 (-0.03).
  • Current hospitalizations: 21 (+2), ICU: 9 (-).
  • 1 death(s) reported in Ottawa.

Updated Tuesday - Saturday

  • 6,088 tests performed.
  • 4.4% (+0.2) positive rate (Dec. 30 - Jan. 5).^2
  • Backlog is 2,831.
  • Average turnaround time for a high priority test was 15H.
  • Average turnaround time for all tests was 28H.
  • Poop chart: 556Β΅ (+20)^3.

1. Active cases and hospitalization rates are taken from the OPH dashboard as of ~10 AM on the current day.
2. Positive rate is a 7 day rolling average, usually a few days behind.
3. 7d rolling average.


Ontario specific info:

  • 7d rolling average: 3,394 (+253).
  • Active cases: 28,203 (+1,485).
  • Rt rate: 1.05 (+0.04).
  • 71,481 tests performed, 5.94% (+0.59%) positive rate.
  • 7d average for positive rate: 6.36% (+0.46%).
  • Backlog is 73,067 (+6,097).
  • Current hospitalizations: 1,446 (-26), ICUs: 369 (+6), Ventilated: 250 (+8).

Sources

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