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NACI Friday news drop: "NACI strongly recommends that a complete primary series with an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine should be offered to individuals 12 to 17 years of age without contraindications to the vaccine." #covidcanada #cdnhealth #vaccineswork
On boosters: "NACI recommends that a booster dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine may be offered ≥6 months after completion of a primary COVID-19 vaccine series to adolescents 12-17 who may be at higher risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19 infection."
Adolescents at higher risk of severe outcomes:
a. Those w/ underlying medical conditions (eg. cancer, pregnancy, diabetes, substance use disorder, etc.)
b. Residents of congregate living (eg. shelters, group homes)
c. Those belonging to racialized and/or marginalized communities
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COVID and Our Very Long Night: A Thread 🧵

I suppose I'm mostly doing this thread for my own sake. This is the time to look upon what was, to come to some understanding of the past year.

The idea is that we go into next year with a little more wisdom. #COVID19 #COVIDCanada 1/
This is going to be an extremely off-the-cuff ramble. Posting on social media is often likened to shouting into a void. Hey, why NOT use it for a little catharsis?

The difference, of course, is that there is no void. There are only people. 2/
I never expected that Twitter, of all the places on the interwebs, would become a rock I'd cling to over the course of this pandemic.

I never expected to meet many, many people who I am eager to meet in the real world.

(And so help me, I will meet ALL of you amazing peeps.) 3/
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#ableb

“As Nova Scotia reports *38* new cases of #COVID19–the largest single-day case increase in nearly one year—NS's premier announced tighter restrictions in the #Halifax area...”

**cries in Alberta**

#nspoli #cdnpoli #onpoli
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For the record, “Alberta reported 1,699 new cases of COVID-19 [yesterday]” more than 10x the per capita infection rate of NS.

#ableg #nspoli

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Yesterday, as cases rose again, the Premier tweeted about how great this summer will be.

Over 2,000 Albertans have died from #COVID19AB with just 10 people being allowed at their funerals. #ableg #FiretheUCP

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If I read #federalbudget of #Canada Correctly
@cafreeland committed $12M over THREE YEARS to TALKING about how to implement a disability benefit some point in the future (maybe)
(But $13M to ensure MAID happens)

So no #inclusion & #inclusive recovery for #ODSP #CPPD #SAID #AISH
At this rate, with what the provinces are doing to #PWD @JustinTrudeau @cafreeland You won't have to worry about #MAID or a #Disabilities Benefit cause the problem is going to "Solve itself"
They Can't Afford to live NOW Damn it !
3 weeks to invent #CERB
4 YEARS to maybe help PWD
How many more times are they supposed to say
"Maybe next year, people will care"
How many more decades ?
How many more wasted PWD lives because
Canada won't put the well being disabled people equal to those who are "Able" ?

How many more GENERATIONS @JustinTrudeau ?
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Dangerous #covid19 disinformation in Canada & elsewhere. A thread. #cdnpoli #CovidCanada
Let’s begin with AIER, The American Institute For Economic Research. #AIER is a libertarian “think tank”, largely funded by the Koch Network. AIER is behind such large scale propaganda offensives as “The Great Barrington Declaration”. A thoroughly debunked piece of disinformation
AIER disinformation has been so successful & pervasive that even formerly respected authors peddle their nonsense.
Incidentally, Naomi Wolfe happens to be a “Visiting Senior Fellow” at #AIER. #cdnpoli #COVID19 #COVIDdisinformation
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COVID-19 Modeling.

Is this forecast realistic in spite we are entering into the 2nd half of the Flu Season Cycle?

And the "failure" of Linear analysis.

8-Chart Thread.

#COVIDー19 #COVID #COVIDCanada
Linear chart of Canada COVID-19. I want to point how "misleading" this chart is. It does not "capture" the true ROC, as there is an equal distance between the data; each data price change on the chart is represented by the same vertical distance or movement up the scale.
Why use a logarithmic scale? Because it accurately displays trends. The scale is essential for timely and accurate use of trendline analysis movement; prices tend to accelerate in the direction of the prevailing trend; they rise faster at the end of a rising trend.
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It seems Air Canada has managed to convince the federal government to employ rapid testing as an opt out of quarantine on the basis of preliminary results from a massively flawed study.

Seems like a bad idea. @BillBlair @marcomendicino @celliottability @IrfanDhalla

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First, Australia and New Zealand remain the gold standards for the “Western world” in regards to COVID response. Both had mandatory hotel (not home w/relatives) quarantine at port of arrival, before going anywhere, mandatory testing AND drastically reduced int’l flights. 2/n
Australia diverted ALL international flights out of Victoria when Melbourne’s numbers skyrocketed in 2nd wave and cut total international arrivals by 40% concurrent with other restrictions. This is what happened after. 3/n
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Health Regions 945 pm Oct 5
- Monday includes 3 day totals for some regions and
Canada 36.6% over LW
Quebec 54.7%
Ontario 27.4%
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #CovidCanada
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Alberta and BC are flattening. Skipped weekend reported lumped into Monday accounts for the spikes (3 day totals) but rolling weekly true trend point is now in better focus.
Quebec is a league of its own, the regions are reporting cases rates higher than the rest of the country.
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🍁Health Regions 930 pm Sep 25
Canada's PHU's reported 1,451 new cases (637 Quebec). Weekly cases up exponentially, +35.7% over last week. Weekly case rate now 23.4.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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Quebec spikes to 637 new cases today, 229 in Montreal. Weekly cases rose 66.8%, case rate now 43.5🚀.
Ontario PHU's report 497 new cases (224 Toronto) as it fights to reduce a backlog of tests. Weekly cases up 39.8% over last week. Weekly case rate hovering just below the 21 "red line". #Covid19Ontario
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🍁Health Regions 930 pm Sep 24
Canada 📈36.1% over LW
Quebec 📈56.9%
Ontario 📈46.6%
BC +5.6%
Alberta -5.6%
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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Provincial weekly case rate trends and top regions. ImageImageImageImage
Daily cases by region. Toronto reported 168 net new cases. Image
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🇨🇦 Health Regions 930 pm Sep 22
Canada's weekly case rate has reached 21.5 up 54.4% from last week.
Ontario 📈 + 70.7%
Quebec 📈 +82.5%
BC 📈 +18.2%
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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Speed signal grows again, signalling exponential infection growth. Image
Ontario PHU's reported 521 new cases and it now has a weekly case rate of 19.3 (the province peaked at 29 in the first wave). Toronto reported 160 new cases, Peel 101, Ottawa 93. Image
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🍁 Health Regions 930 pm Sep 21
Last day of summer 2020
Canada's weekly cases per 100K has risen to 20 , up 28% from last week's numbers.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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National picture, Alberta looks quieter, Quebec hotter. Image
Quebec is hot. It reported 586 new cases, has reached a very high 34.2 weekly case rate and has grown 85% week/week. Image
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Ontario Regions 1030am Sep 20
~~~ Weekends can be lower ~~~
New cases: Toronto 113, Peel 108, York 38. Halton, Waterloo on radar too.
Ottawa on top for active/100K.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #CovidOntario #Onhealth #CovidCanada #OntEd
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The 20s group in red has risen steadily, now 35% of new case share. Image
Where the active case intensity is adjusted for population. Ottawa, Peel, Toronto stand out. My expectation is that adjacent region bubbles will increase. Image
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Ontario Regions 1030am Sep 19
New cases 407 : Toronto 129, Peel 94, Ottawa 55.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #CovidOntario #Onhealth #CovidCanada #OntEd
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Active case rates. Image
Epicurve. Image
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Ontario Regions 1030am Sep 18
401 new cases, 130 in Toronto, 82 Peel, 61 Ottawa, 40 York.
42% community transmission, another 14% unknown.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #CovidOntario #Onhealth #CovidCanada #OntEd
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Active case rates. Image
Age trends. Image
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🍁Health Regions 900pm Sep 17
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PHU's report 1,168 cases for Canada today. Weekly case rate jumps to 16.4, up 36.4% week/week. Quebec and Ontario have risen by over 60% over LW.

#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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Quebec has risen rapidly and now leads the country in weekly case rate per 100K. Image
Quebec added 2,112 new cases this week (+61.1%) including 499 today. Seven regions are in the red zone (over 21 weekly cases per 100K), including Montreal/Laval and the Quebec City area. Image
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🍁 Health Regions 900 pm Sep 16
A second wave is here, the picture painted more clearly every day. Weekly case rate now📈14.9, up 25.2% from last week. 955 new cases today.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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More of the country's regions are turning yellow and red. Image
The population belt is likewise lighting up. Image
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Ontario Regions 1030am Sep 16
Toronto, Ottawa, Peel, York, and Durham.
As I said the other day, there is no buffer for adjacent highly populated regions. Now we start to see that.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #CovidOntario #Onhealth #CovidCanada #OntEd
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The <30's age group continues to rise. Image
Numbers as reported by province. Image
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🍁Health Regions 900 pm Sep 15
Canada PHUs report 798 new cases (Montreal 96). Weekly cases per 100K climb to 13.9, 18.8% higher than last week.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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There are red health regions in 5 provinces. ImageImage
Provincial case rates are led by Alberta and Quebec. Image
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🍁 Health Regions 900 pm Sep 13
Despite BC/AB and several regions skipping weekends, Canada has climbed from 12.6 Saturday to 13.1 weekly cases per 100K. It's up 21.6% week/week.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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The national picture has more red regions tonight... Image
#Peel has turned red and Bas-Saint-Laurent leads the country in weekly case rates... Image
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🍁 Health Regions 8pm Sat Sep 12
Even with wkend excluding many regions, Canada's weekly cases rate grew by 21.1%. This has all the hallmarks of a 2nd wave starting imo.
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#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #Quebec #Covid19AB #Covid19BC #CovidCanada
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First, the major population centres are increasingly active. Image
In major cities, the weekly case rates continue to grow out of the "low" range of less 7 weekly cases per 100K. This is Canada-wide, not an isolated outbreak or two. Image
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