🧡 #CovidOntario Regions Apr 19
4,447 new cases. Toronto 1,299
#Covid19 #onhealth #onpoli #onted #COVID19ON
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20 Apr
Canada breaks the 10 million barrier but does so with a low daily dose number: 262,792.
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First doses continue to grow. Image
29.5% of eligible Canadians have received a first dose. Quebec and Saskatchewan have a clear lead. Image
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20 Apr
#Canada see's a pause in growth tonight with the weekly case rate dropping slightly to 160.5. It's up only 4.9% from last week. More on regions and provinces ‡️
#COVID19 #Cdnpoli Image
National picture with weekly case rates by region. Image
Provincial rankings led by #covid19ab Image
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20 Apr
This UK chart* gives you an idea of the Astra Zeneca benefits vs blood clot risk by age. Example: for 40-49 yr olds the benefit to harm ratio is 16.7 to .5, so the benefits about 33 times greater than the potential harm.
*medium exposure here is roughly 140 wkly cases/100K. Image
I know someone will ask, so I roughly estimated the weekly case rate equivalent for medium exposure by converting the 6 per 10,000 per day to weekly per 100K (420), then dividing by 3 (an approx. ratio of infections to cases for Canada).
Caveats: This is an approximate guide and not based on Canadian data. It is based on information available in the UK on blood clots and ICU visits at a point in time. More:
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19 Apr
🧡"Kurji said while the B.1.1.7 COVID-19 variant, which was first discovered in the United Kingdom, is undoubtedly the dominant strain in the province, the situation appears to be under control in his region." - Mar 18 (CP24)
@YorkRegionGovt variant share
Mar 18:49%
Apr 13: 81%
β€œWe continue to have excellent case and contact management with a view to try to temper the growth of the variants,” he said.
β€œA lockdown isn't really the way to go. It was the best way to go when we knew no better but now I would suggest targeted interventions,”
β€œWhat we have is the sweet spot in York Region, which is really red zone with additional measures being introduced as necessary. Specific targeted ones. We've got to remember that the mental health consequences are bad.”
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19 Apr
πŸ§΅πŸ“ˆ Ontario Key Indicators Apr 19
4,447 new cases (42.9K tests (low), 8.7% pos🚨)
Rt 1.02
ICU 755 +14 🚨
Deaths 19
πŸ’‰1st dose 29%
#Covid19 #Covid19Ontario #onhealth #onpoli
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New cases up despite lower testing yesterday. Image
ICU up 14, now 755. Ventilators now 516. 🚨 πŸ’” Image
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19 Apr
#Canada has now administered almost 10 million vaccines (9,980,626). Weekend effects show only 200K reported today. More charts ‡️
#Covid19Vaccines #cdnpoli
28.7% of Canadians aged 16 and over have received a first dose.
The available supply stands at 2,673,384.
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