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Bolsa, Eladio, Salamancas, Fring - from cocaine to meth - so many questions?

2021.12.07 12:21 Objective-Patient-37 Bolsa, Eladio, Salamancas, Fring - from cocaine to meth - so many questions?

Chain of command:
Fring to Bolsa to Eladio
Tuco then Nacho to Lalo to Hector to Eladio
OK. So Eladio is the supplier. Salamancas and Fring are distributers.
Bolsa is who Fring reports to - but Bolsa also sent the gang to kill Saul and take Lalo's bail money. Why?
Seems like Bolsa is more at the Eladio level, no?
If Eladio prior to the meth in BrBa was a middle man for the Columbians cocaine - how did he switch the materials supplied (to meth) and remain the Don?
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2021.12.07 12:21 Mynewsify-Website Mount Semeru eruption: HR minister expresses condolences to Indonesia on behalf of govt, people of Malaysia, Malay Mail – Malaysia

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2021.12.07 12:21 Believeinthedream Kids shoes get stuck in escalator

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2021.12.07 12:21 Eppidy1 What causes this kinda breakout?

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2021.12.07 12:21 bigscoop1234 I made a huge mistake

Entering my 6th year of practice. Work at a large regional firm in the southeast doing insurance defense. Up for partner in the next 2 years. Still have 6 figures in debt. More importantly, I have never been more miserable in my life. Every day I grow more confident that law school was a huge mistake. I feel trapped and don’t know what to do.
I see my friends who got their MBA’s or went to business school. They are making equal or better money than me and are able to take regular vacations, hang out after work, etc. I am truly at a low point.
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2021.12.07 12:21 businessyndicate New B2B Cannabis Conference to Debut in New York City, Bringing Together Thousands of Industry Leaders and Entrepreneurs From the Emerging Market

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2021.12.07 12:21 Ann3Brunner "Mock Juror Study" [TW: Domestic Abuse]

Did any other LGBT+ person complete this study? It was about a domestic abuse case between two men and the questions were really tripping me up. It definitely felt like they wanted to know how the sexuality of the defendant and survivor influenced our decisions while also assuming the reader was straight. Like they did eventually ask for our sexual orientation (which was very limited, BTW). But seriously, here were some of the questions:
"Queer people deserve what they get."
[strongly agree>>>>>>strongly disagree]
(As I told a friend: this question feels like a trick if you're queer. like do I deserve to be harassed by strangers in my hometown? Absolutely not. Do I deserve this latte that I bought with my own money? You bet your ass I do. Queer people get a lot of things and it's a mixed bag!)
"I tease and make jokes about queer people"
[strongly agree>>>>>>strongly disagree]
(Does this include jokes about my own queerness? What about jokes about queer people FOR queer people?)
"I try to find out if new people are gay or straight"
[strongly agree>>>>>>strongly disagree]
(lol this is straight up a survival mechanism if you live in conservative areas.)
etc. etc. etc.
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2021.12.07 12:21 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Politics] - Speier endorses California Democrat in race to replace her | The Hill

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2021.12.07 12:21 Ale_Spazio Oh no

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2021.12.07 12:21 businessyndicate States escalate microbusiness cannabis licenses as 'hedge' against MSOs

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2021.12.07 12:21 kumgangmt_best Working hard to perform the duty of our generation - at Pyongyang cosmetics factory.

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2021.12.07 12:21 throwaway421414121 Were four kids really killed by a Tulpa in the sixties, with one of the kids living to tell the tale for the rest of his life?

This happened in the sixties. A teenager is invited out on a spearfishing expedition with friends. He returns the next day, alone. His friends are nowhere to be found, and searches cannot find any of them. The teenager is asked what happened to the others. He explains, in great detail, how he saw a ten foot tall green monster from an animated TV show that was released 3 weeks ago eat his friends one by one. His friends were declared dead a few years afterwards.
He corresponded with paranormal magazines and sent letters to paranormal investigators. By the time the internet had become popular and he was in his fifties or sixties, he continued to write about seeing this fictional character kill his friends on various paranormal message boards. He became very depressed when people did not believe him. Based on his testimony it could not have been a guy in a suit because he saw and heard the monster eat them. He says his friends saw the character appear, too. So it wasn't just him who saw it.
The survivor was implicating that a tulpa (fictional person/creature/character come to life) of some kind appeared and killed his friends, only for it to vanish without a trace after it had killed his friends. Since this case is so popular among paranormal believers, there are a lot of people who try and defend this man's story about what befell his friends. Defenders say that because the bodies were never found in an area where even a single body is easy to find, something strange must have happened to them.
A little image someone made which sums up what happened. Includes a comparison between his drawing of the ''monster'' (his words; monster literally means a ''fictional creature''.) and how the character actually looks. https://imgur.com/a/XsuFCWh
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2021.12.07 12:21 anxiety_ridden_teen WHY isn't my update working?

Hey guys, so I have the 2.0.3 version of animal crossing and I got given a recipe from my friend, I know I need the cooking app but there is no such thing on my nook stop in my resident services building. Does anybody know why this is? I did get the new update but it makes no sense to me
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2021.12.07 12:21 Advi0001 Essential workers should have the option to retire when they feel like.

Seeing how overworked and under appreciated many essential workers had been during the pandemic. It is my belief that they should get the ability to retire and get retirement benefits when they feel like it.
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2021.12.07 12:21 n5tonhf History of Zen

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2021.12.07 12:21 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Top Stories] - Why Russia could be trying to invade Ukraine — and how Biden could stop it | NBC

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2021.12.07 12:21 enterprisevalue Ontario Dec 7th update: 928 Cases, 9 Deaths, 26,136 tests (3.55% pos.) 🏥 ICUs: 165 (-3 vs. yesterday) (+12 vs. last week) 💉 60,631 admin, 84.88% / 80.64% (+0.11%, / +0.04%) of 5+ at least one/two dosed, 🛡️ 12+ Cases by Vax (un/part/full): 11.98 / 6.68 / 3.58 (All: 6.26) per 100k

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2021-12-07.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and some TLDR charts

Testing data: - Source
Episode date data (day/week/prev. week) - Cases by episode date and historical averages of episode date
Other data:
LTC Data:
Vaccine effectiveness data: (assumed 14 days to effectiveness) Source
Metric Unvax_All Unvax_12+ Partial Full Unknown
Cases - today 424 167 26 401 77
Cases Per 100k - today 13.18 11.98 6.68 3.58 -
Risk vs. full - today 3.69x 3.35x 1.87x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - today - - 44.2% 70.2% -
Avg daily Per 100k - week 13.90 14.67 6.13 3.92 -
Risk vs. full - week 3.55x 3.75x 1.57x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - week - - 58.2% 73.3% -
ICU - count 70 n/a 3 19 73
ICU per mill 21.76 - 7.71 1.69 -
ICU % less risk vs. unvax - - 64.6% 92.2% -
ICU risk vs. full 12.84x - 4.55x 1.00x -
Non_ICU Hosp - count 122 n/a 10 75 -
Non_ICU Hosp per mill 37.92 - 25.69 6.69 -
Non_ICU Hosp % less risk vs. unvax - - 32.3% 82.4% -
Non_ICU Hosp risk vs. full 5.67x - 3.84x 1.00x -
Vaccines - detailed data: Source
Random vaccine stats
Vaccine data (by age) - Charts of [first doses]() and [second doses]()
Age First doses Second doses First Dose % (day/week) Second Dose % (day/week)
05-11yrs 12,079 0 22.12% (+1.12% / +22.12%) 0.00% (+0.00% / +0.00%)
12-17yrs 440 492 84.96% (+0.05% / +0.34%) 81.11% (+0.05% / +0.46%)
18-29yrs 1,025 1,558 84.24% (+0.04% / +0.28%) 80.07% (+0.06% / +0.45%)
30-39yrs 821 1,080 87.37% (+0.04% / +0.27%) 83.97% (+0.05% / +0.47%)
40-49yrs 481 725 88.77% (+0.03% / +0.17%) 86.28% (+0.04% / +0.34%)
50-59yrs 358 556 89.45% (+0.02% / +0.13%) 87.49% (+0.03% / +0.24%)
60-69yrs 239 366 96.04% (+0.01% / +0.10%) 94.45% (+0.02% / +0.16%)
70-79yrs 159 190 99.43% (+0.01% / +0.10%) 98.05% (+0.02% / +0.12%)
80+ yrs 64 69 102.24% (+0.01% / +0.06%) 99.86% (+0.01% / +0.08%)
Unknown -37 -34 0.02% (-0.00% / -0.00%) 0.02% (-0.00% / -0.00%)
Total - 18+ 3,147 4,544 90.53% (+0.03% / +0.18%) 87.87% (+0.04% / +0.31%)
Total - 12+ 3,587 5,036 90.11% (+0.03% / +0.19%) 87.37% (+0.04% / +0.32%)
Total - 5+ 15,666 5,036 84.88% (+0.11% / +0.00%) 80.64% (+0.04% / +0.00%)
Schools data: - (latest data as of December 06) - Source
Child care centre data: - (latest data as of December 06) - Source
Outbreak data (latest data as of December 06)- Source and Definitions
Global Vaccine Comparison: - doses administered per 100 people (% with at least 1 dose / both doses), to date (ignoring 3rd doses) - Full list on Tab 6 - Source
Global Boosters (fully vaxxed), doses per 100 people to date:
Global Case Comparison: - Major Countries - Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
Global Case Comparison: Top 16 countries by Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
Global ICU Comparison: - Current, adjusted to Ontario's population - Source
US State comparison - case count - Top 25 by last 7 ave. case count (Last 7/100k) - Source
US State comparison - vaccines count - % single dosed (change in week) - Source
UK Watch - Source
The England age group data below is actually lagged by four days, i.e. the , the 'Today' data is actually '4 day ago' data.
Metric Today 7d ago 14d ago 21d ago 30d ago Peak
Cases - 7-day avg 47,274 43,332 41,774 38,543 36,463 59,660
Hosp. - current 7,268 7,553 8,068 8,641 9,435 39,254
Vent. - current 900 925 911 989 1,019 4,077
England weekly cases/100k by age:
<60 581.3 534.6 495.7 408.6 465.7 745.3
60+ 134.4 148.9 169.1 184.7 230.1 477.8
Jail Data - (latest data as of December 05) Source
COVID App Stats - latest data as of December 05 - Source
Case fatality rates by age group (last 30 days):
Age Group Outbreak--> CFR % Deaths Non-outbreak--> CFR% Deaths
19 & under 0.00% 0 0.03% 1
20s 0.19% 1 0.05% 1
30s 0.35% 2 0.00% 0
40s 0.19% 1 0.10% 2
50s 1.08% 6 0.38% 5
60s 2.48% 8 1.67% 20
70s 10.87% 10 3.85% 26
80s 13.14% 18 8.52% 19
90+ 10.29% 7 23.91% 11
Main data table:
PHU Today Averages--> Last 7 Prev 7 Totals per 100k--> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Active/100k Ages (day %)->> <20 20-29 30-49 50-69 70+ Source (day %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel
Total 928 974.6 794.1 45.9 37.4 57.0 33.6 12.2 30.2 17.7 6.4 50.0 26.6 17.6 5.8
Toronto PHU 163 134.3 100.9 30.1 22.6 43.2 41.7 16.0 28.2 13.5 1.8 33.1 46.0 12.3 8.6
York 84 61.7 47.0 35.2 26.8 36.4 44.0 6.0 21.4 25.0 3.6 51.2 26.2 15.5 7.1
Simcoe-Muskoka 68 83.3 73.3 97.2 85.6 144.6 25.0 16.2 39.7 16.2 2.9 50.0 30.9 14.7 4.4
Sudbury 58 47.1 31.1 165.8 109.5 204.5 58.6 8.6 19.0 10.3 3.4 41.4 -12.1 70.7 0.0
Windsor 51 68.4 72.1 112.7 118.9 122.2 23.5 11.8 23.5 29.4 11.8 31.4 58.8 11.8 -2.0
Hamilton 50 36.3 20.7 42.9 24.5 37.5 24.0 16.0 36.0 16.0 8.0 56.0 28.0 10.0 6.0
Peel 48 60.1 51.3 26.2 22.4 33.6 31.2 6.2 27.1 22.9 14.6 79.2 -10.4 8.3 22.9
Ottawa 48 55.3 38.7 36.7 25.7 42.6 37.5 6.2 27.1 18.8 10.4 54.2 31.2 14.6 0.0
London 37 33.0 17.6 45.5 24.2 55.0 35.1 16.2 37.8 5.4 5.4 45.9 -13.5 56.8 10.8
Waterloo Region 35 37.4 24.7 44.8 29.6 44.7 17.1 11.4 42.9 20.0 5.7 42.9 48.6 2.9 5.7
Kingston 35 36.3 34.1 119.4 112.4 153.7 20.0 14.3 42.9 14.3 5.7 45.7 37.1 17.1 0.0
Durham 32 31.1 30.0 30.6 29.5 39.1 18.8 9.4 43.8 25.0 3.1 37.5 50.0 3.1 9.4
Niagara 25 29.1 19.7 43.2 29.2 53.3 16.0 28.0 28.0 12.0 16.0 64.0 16.0 16.0 4.0
Halton 25 33.7 28.7 38.1 32.5 57.8 32.0 16.0 20.0 28.0 4.0 84.0 0.0 8.0 8.0
Southwestern 24 26.6 24.9 87.9 82.3 102.1 33.3 4.2 33.3 20.8 4.2 70.8 0.0 25.0 4.2
Algoma 22 29.0 28.9 177.4 176.6 268.3 36.4 9.1 31.8 9.1 13.6 77.3 13.6 0.0 9.1
Wellington-Guelph 17 18.3 10.0 41.0 22.4 43.6 52.9 5.9 17.6 5.9 17.6 47.1 35.3 17.6 0.0
Brant 16 16.4 17.6 74.1 79.2 107.0 18.8 18.8 31.2 31.2 0.0 31.2 62.5 6.2 0.0
Hastings 15 18.9 17.1 78.3 71.2 94.9 26.7 20.0 46.7 6.7 0.0 66.7 13.3 20.0 0.0
Haldimand-Norfolk 12 13.0 16.1 79.8 99.1 85.9 41.7 8.3 16.7 25.0 8.3 50.0 25.0 25.0 0.0
Chatham-Kent 11 16.1 10.1 106.3 66.8 123.2 18.2 18.2 27.3 9.1 27.3 72.7 18.2 9.1 0.0
Lambton 10 10.4 6.9 55.7 36.7 51.2 20.0 10.0 30.0 20.0 20.0 50.0 10.0 30.0 10.0
Thunder Bay 8 17.3 12.7 80.7 59.3 88.7 50.0 25.0 12.5 12.5 0.0 87.5 25.0 -12.5 0.0
Grey Bruce 8 6.4 6.7 26.5 27.7 31.2 0.0 0.0 37.5 50.0 12.5 75.0 0.0 0.0 25.0
Peterborough 7 5.7 5.7 27.0 27.0 34.5 42.9 14.3 28.6 14.3 0.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0
Haliburton, Kawartha 5 6.0 4.1 22.2 15.3 23.3 20.0 0.0 40.0 40.0 0.0 20.0 60.0 20.0 0.0
Eastern Ontario 4 10.6 12.6 35.5 42.2 46.5 25.0 0.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 50.0 50.0 0.0 0.0
Renfrew 4 7.1 3.1 46.0 20.3 46.0 50.0 0.0 50.0 0.0 0.0 175.0 -100.0 25.0 0.0
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 3 5.9 3.9 23.7 15.6 23.7 33.3 0.0 66.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 66.7 33.3 0.0
Huron Perth 3 8.4 8.9 42.2 44.4 53.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 -33.3 0.0 33.3
North Bay 1 3.6 2.4 19.3 13.1 20.0 200.0 0.0 -100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 200.0 0.0 -100.0
Regions of Zeroes 0 3.4 3.3 14.0 13.4 16.9 inf -inf
Timiskaming -1 4.1 9.1 88.7 195.8 146.8 -0.0 -0.0 100.0 -0.0 -0.0 -0.0 100.0 -0.0 -0.0
Vaccine coverage by PHU/age group - as of December 7 (% at least one/both dosed, chg. week) -
PHU name 12+ population Adults - 18plus 05-11yrs 12-17yrs 18-29yrs 30-39yrs 40-49yrs 50-59yrs 60-69yrs 70-79yrs 80+
Northwestern 97.6%/92.5% (+7.1%/+6.8%) 98.2%/93.5% (+7.1%/+6.9%) 15.8%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 92.0%/82.4% (+6.6%/+5.9%) 97.9%/89.1% (+11.9%/+11.0%) 100.0%/94.7% (+1.3%/+3.1%) 97.8%/92.8% (+5.3%/+5.1%) 92.3%/89.4% (+6.5%/+6.3%) 98.2%/96.4% (+5.1%/+5.1%) 100.0%/100.0% (+5.8%/+7.3%) 100.0%/98.7% (+9.7%/+11.1%)
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 95.3%/93.0% (-3.6%/-3.4%) 96.2%/94.0% (-3.5%/-3.3%) 18.2%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 83.4%/80.1% (-4.5%/-4.0%) 84.3%/80.0% (-0.5%/-0.3%) 98.3%/94.1% (-10.8%/-10.2%) 90.8%/88.5% (-7.2%/-6.8%) 88.1%/86.6% (-1.4%/-1.2%) 100.0%/100.0% (-7.1%/-5.9%) 100.0%/100.0% (-9.8%/-8.8%) 100.0%/100.0% (-6.7%/-4.8%)
City Of Ottawa 92.7%/90.0% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 92.7%/90.1% (+1.5%/+1.6%) 36.1%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 92.7%/88.6% (-4.2%/-3.9%) 84.1%/80.2% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 89.4%/86.3% (+5.7%/+5.7%) 93.4%/91.0% (-0.1%/+0.0%) 93.8%/91.9% (-1.3%/-1.1%) 97.6%/96.1% (+2.1%/+2.1%) 100.0%/100.0% (+0.8%/+2.2%) 100.0%/100.0% (-4.5%/-2.0%)
Halton 92.5%/90.6% (+1.4%/+1.5%) 92.7%/90.8% (+1.9%/+1.9%) 21.1%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 91.3%/88.8% (-3.4%/-3.1%) 83.7%/81.2% (+3.9%/+4.0%) 92.0%/89.6% (+7.1%/+7.0%) 91.5%/90.0% (-3.5%/-3.2%) 93.3%/91.8% (-1.2%/-1.1%) 96.2%/94.9% (+3.1%/+3.0%) 99.7%/98.5% (+2.7%/+2.6%) 100.0%/100.0% (-7.1%/-5.1%)
London 92.3%/89.6% (-0.1%/+0.1%) 92.4%/89.7% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 24.3%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 91.4%/88.1% (-3.3%/-3.0%) 88.0%/83.5% (-4.9%/-4.3%) 89.3%/86.1% (+3.2%/+3.4%) 91.8%/89.3% (-1.4%/-1.1%) 88.4%/86.7% (-0.1%/+0.0%) 96.5%/95.1% (+2.1%/+2.1%) 100.0%/100.0% (+2.1%/+3.3%) 100.0%/100.0% (-2.5%/-0.1%)
Kingston 92.2%/89.3% (+1.7%/+1.7%) 92.3%/89.4% (+1.9%/+1.9%) 34.9%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 90.8%/87.5% (-1.6%/-1.4%) 85.4%/80.5% (-2.0%/-1.7%) 88.4%/84.4% (+9.8%/+9.6%) 89.9%/86.9% (+2.7%/+2.7%) 88.8%/86.6% (+1.5%/+1.6%) 99.5%/98.0% (-0.6%/-0.5%) 100.0%/99.5% (-1.2%/-0.6%) 100.0%/100.0% (-2.4%/-0.4%)
Durham 92.1%/89.8% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 92.5%/90.3% (+1.1%/+1.1%) 22.2%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 87.1%/84.0% (-0.8%/-0.8%) 84.2%/81.0% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 93.0%/89.8% (-1.6%/-1.4%) 91.8%/89.7% (-0.2%/-0.1%) 90.4%/88.9% (+1.3%/+1.4%) 96.8%/95.4% (+3.3%/+3.3%) 100.0%/100.0% (+3.0%/+4.1%) 100.0%/100.0% (-4.0%/-1.8%)
Peel 91.3%/88.3% (+2.4%/+2.5%) 91.9%/89.0% (+2.1%/+2.2%) 11.3%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 84.3%/80.0% (+4.8%/+4.8%) 93.6%/89.0% (-7.5%/-6.9%) 85.8%/82.5% (+2.1%/+2.2%) 88.2%/85.7% (+6.9%/+6.8%) 92.6%/90.6% (+4.1%/+4.1%) 95.9%/94.2% (+5.3%/+5.3%) 96.9%/95.4% (+7.2%/+7.1%) 100.0%/97.9% (+4.0%/+4.4%)
Wellington-Guelph 90.3%/88.1% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 90.9%/88.8% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 22.8%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 83.8%/81.0% (-2.2%/-1.9%) 81.4%/78.4% (-1.1%/-0.8%) 88.5%/85.6% (+1.1%/+1.4%) 87.7%/86.0% (-1.0%/-0.8%) 89.5%/88.0% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 97.7%/96.3% (+2.3%/+2.3%) 100.0%/100.0% (+0.8%/+1.9%) 100.0%/100.0% (-10.1%/-7.6%)
Toronto PHU 89.9%/87.1% (+3.5%/+3.6%) 90.1%/87.4% (+3.7%/+3.8%) 26.2%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 86.7%/82.6% (+1.6%/+1.7%) 84.8%/81.0% (+3.5%/+3.9%) 85.5%/82.5% (+1.5%/+1.6%) 88.8%/86.4% (+7.1%/+7.1%) 93.1%/91.0% (+2.3%/+2.4%) 97.9%/95.9% (+4.8%/+4.8%) 98.8%/97.0% (+3.4%/+3.4%) 94.6%/92.0% (+3.8%/+3.8%)
Thunder Bay 89.9%/86.8% (-4.4%/-4.2%) 90.4%/87.5% (-4.4%/-4.1%) 28.8%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 82.4%/77.1% (-4.6%/-4.5%) 81.4%/76.5% (-14.1%/-12.9%) 90.4%/86.1% (-2.3%/-1.9%) 87.8%/84.8% (-2.5%/-2.3%) 88.0%/85.8% (-3.5%/-3.3%) 94.1%/92.6% (-1.7%/-1.6%) 100.0%/99.7% (-1.3%/-0.4%) 100.0%/100.0% (-2.6%/-0.4%)
York 89.8%/87.7% (+1.7%/+1.8%) 90.0%/88.0% (+1.9%/+2.0%) 22.6%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 88.2%/85.0% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 83.3%/80.6% (+4.1%/+4.2%) 87.9%/85.4% (+4.2%/+4.2%) 90.3%/88.4% (-1.4%/-1.1%) 89.5%/87.9% (-0.7%/-0.6%) 92.6%/91.2% (+1.9%/+1.9%) 97.1%/95.7% (+3.5%/+3.5%) 100.0%/100.0% (-0.7%/+1.6%)
Waterloo Region 89.7%/87.2% (-3.2%/-3.0%) 90.1%/87.6% (-3.3%/-3.1%) 28.0%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 85.4%/82.1% (-2.3%/-2.1%) 84.5%/81.0% (-15.6%/-15.0%) 89.0%/86.0% (-2.2%/-1.9%) 88.7%/86.4% (-0.1%/+0.1%) 88.7%/87.0% (+0.0%/+0.1%) 94.0%/92.5% (+2.2%/+2.2%) 99.1%/97.8% (+2.9%/+2.9%) 100.0%/100.0% (-2.7%/-0.7%)
Eastern Ontario 89.6%/86.7% (-2.5%/-2.4%) 90.3%/87.4% (-2.4%/-2.3%) 16.7%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 81.0%/77.4% (-3.7%/-3.3%) 79.7%/74.9% (-0.2%/-0.1%) 88.7%/83.9% (-10.6%/-9.9%) 86.9%/84.0% (-4.5%/-4.3%) 85.5%/83.5% (-0.4%/-0.3%) 97.1%/95.4% (-2.0%/-2.0%) 100.0%/99.0% (-1.4%/-0.9%) 100.0%/100.0% (-0.5%/+2.0%)
Sudbury 89.3%/86.2% (-2.8%/-2.6%) 89.7%/86.6% (-2.7%/-2.5%) 18.9%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 84.0%/80.0% (-4.1%/-3.8%) 80.2%/75.3% (-6.8%/-6.2%) 84.9%/79.9% (-0.5%/-0.3%) 86.5%/83.3% (-2.8%/-2.5%) 86.9%/84.7% (-3.3%/-3.1%) 96.9%/95.5% (-0.8%/-0.8%) 100.0%/100.0% (-0.9%/+0.4%) 100.0%/100.0% (-7.1%/-4.9%)
Porcupine 89.3%/84.8% (-1.8%/-1.6%) 89.8%/85.5% (-1.8%/-1.6%) 18.0%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 83.2%/76.7% (-1.8%/-1.4%) 81.1%/73.9% (-5.9%/-5.1%) 85.5%/78.7% (-4.7%/-4.2%) 86.9%/82.3% (-0.3%/-0.2%) 88.6%/85.7% (-0.5%/-0.4%) 96.5%/94.4% (+1.9%/+2.0%) 100.0%/99.2% (-1.6%/-0.8%) 100.0%/100.0% (-4.1%/-1.0%)
Brant County 89.2%/86.4% (+1.7%/+1.7%) 90.3%/87.6% (+2.0%/+2.0%) 20.0%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 77.2%/73.3% (-1.2%/-1.0%) 81.9%/77.1% (+2.9%/+2.9%) 84.8%/81.3% (-1.0%/-0.8%) 88.1%/85.4% (-0.3%/-0.2%) 87.6%/85.7% (+1.9%/+2.1%) 95.7%/94.3% (+2.5%/+2.5%) 100.0%/100.0% (+0.5%/+1.6%) 100.0%/100.0% (-2.0%/+0.3%)
Peterborough 88.6%/86.1% (-0.2%/-0.1%) 89.0%/86.7% (+0.0%/+0.1%) 17.7%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 81.4%/77.4% (-3.4%/-3.3%) 75.5%/71.9% (-6.0%/-5.4%) 89.1%/85.1% (+6.8%/+6.7%) 86.6%/83.9% (-2.8%/-2.5%) 81.8%/80.1% (+2.9%/+3.0%) 95.5%/94.2% (-1.7%/-1.7%) 100.0%/100.0% (-2.8%/-1.8%) 100.0%/100.0% (+0.8%/+2.6%)
Niagara 88.3%/85.6% (-1.5%/-1.3%) 89.0%/86.4% (-1.3%/-1.2%) 18.0%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 79.0%/75.1% (-3.6%/-3.4%) 78.9%/74.8% (-4.0%/-3.6%) 88.5%/84.5% (-0.5%/-0.1%) 86.7%/83.9% (-5.1%/-4.7%) 85.6%/83.6% (+1.1%/+1.2%) 94.5%/93.0% (-0.7%/-0.6%) 97.8%/96.6% (-0.1%/-0.1%) 100.0%/99.5% (+0.6%/+2.5%)
Algoma 88.3%/85.2% (-2.8%/-2.7%) 88.8%/85.8% (-2.9%/-2.8%) 30.7%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 81.5%/77.0% (-1.0%/-1.0%) 77.1%/71.9% (-3.9%/-3.6%) 87.3%/82.0% (-3.9%/-3.5%) 86.7%/83.2% (-5.0%/-4.7%) 83.3%/81.1% (-2.4%/-2.3%) 94.9%/93.5% (-2.1%/-2.1%) 98.2%/97.0% (-3.6%/-3.6%) 99.9%/97.7% (+2.8%/+2.8%)
City Of Hamilton 88.2%/85.4% (+1.9%/+2.0%) 88.7%/86.0% (+2.1%/+2.3%) 19.5%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 82.5%/78.0% (-0.6%/-0.5%) 82.5%/78.4% (+3.3%/+3.4%) 85.6%/82.2% (+2.7%/+2.8%) 86.6%/83.9% (+1.0%/+1.2%) 87.3%/85.2% (+0.7%/+0.8%) 93.7%/92.2% (+2.6%/+2.6%) 97.9%/96.5% (+2.0%/+2.0%) 100.0%/98.3% (+1.4%/+2.1%)
Simcoe-Muskoka 88.1%/85.4% (-0.3%/-0.1%) 88.6%/86.1% (-0.1%/+0.1%) 21.8%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 80.8%/76.8% (-2.5%/-2.3%) 79.2%/74.9% (-1.3%/-1.0%) 86.0%/82.2% (-1.2%/-0.9%) 85.1%/82.5% (-1.1%/-1.0%) 84.5%/82.7% (+2.3%/+2.4%) 96.5%/95.0% (-1.5%/-1.4%) 98.2%/97.1% (+0.0%/+0.0%) 100.0%/100.0% (-1.0%/+1.3%)
Haliburton, Kawartha 88.0%/85.4% (-0.6%/-0.5%) 88.7%/86.2% (-0.5%/-0.4%) 15.3%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 76.7%/72.7% (-2.3%/-2.0%) 79.1%/74.3% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 88.5%/84.0% (-5.1%/-4.7%) 83.7%/81.0% (-5.5%/-5.1%) 81.0%/79.1% (+3.8%/+3.8%) 93.6%/92.2% (-3.6%/-3.4%) 96.7%/95.5% (-0.5%/-0.5%) 100.0%/100.0% (+6.1%/+8.1%)
Windsor 88.0%/84.8% (-1.0%/-0.7%) 88.7%/85.6% (-1.0%/-0.8%) 21.0%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 79.6%/75.0% (-0.6%/-0.1%) 76.7%/72.4% (-5.6%/-4.9%) 91.1%/86.3% (-0.4%/+0.0%) 87.8%/84.5% (-1.7%/-1.4%) 88.4%/86.0% (+1.3%/+1.5%) 94.0%/92.3% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 98.7%/97.3% (+2.2%/+2.2%) 100.0%/98.3% (+1.5%/+2.4%)
North Bay 87.7%/84.8% (+0.6%/+0.7%) 88.4%/85.6% (+0.8%/+0.9%) 17.0%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 78.4%/73.8% (-2.2%/-2.0%) 75.7%/70.7% (+1.0%/+1.1%) 84.7%/79.8% (+2.5%/+2.4%) 84.0%/81.1% (-1.9%/-1.7%) 83.0%/80.9% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 96.3%/94.8% (-0.9%/-0.8%) 98.8%/97.7% (+2.5%/+2.5%) 100.0%/100.0% (-0.7%/+1.5%)
Huron Perth 87.5%/85.5% (-3.6%/-3.5%) 88.8%/86.8% (-3.8%/-3.6%) 18.3%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 73.2%/70.6% (-1.7%/-1.7%) 74.9%/71.4% (-0.8%/-0.5%) 82.3%/79.2% (-9.0%/-8.6%) 81.9%/79.8% (-7.1%/-6.9%) 82.9%/81.3% (-2.2%/-2.1%) 98.2%/97.2% (-4.9%/-4.8%) 100.0%/100.0% (-9.7%/-8.7%) 100.0%/100.0% (-7.3%/-5.7%)
Chatham-Kent 86.4%/83.6% (-0.2%/+0.0%) 87.6%/84.9% (-0.3%/-0.1%) 19.0%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 71.5%/67.2% (+1.3%/+1.9%) 75.3%/70.8% (+2.6%/+2.7%) 80.5%/76.3% (-2.8%/-2.3%) 84.7%/81.2% (-2.8%/-2.5%) 83.4%/81.3% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 96.0%/94.8% (-0.7%/-0.6%) 100.0%/99.7% (-1.5%/-0.7%) 100.0%/100.0% (-1.2%/+0.9%)
Hastings 86.4%/83.5% (-1.8%/-1.6%) 86.9%/84.2% (-1.8%/-1.6%) 20.2%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 79.0%/74.6% (-2.7%/-2.4%) 74.4%/69.5% (-2.3%/-1.8%) 77.7%/73.5% (-5.8%/-5.3%) 81.8%/78.6% (-3.5%/-3.2%) 82.2%/80.1% (+1.3%/+1.4%) 97.2%/95.9% (-2.6%/-2.6%) 99.3%/98.0% (-1.6%/-1.5%) 100.0%/100.0% (+1.4%/+3.6%)
Timiskaming 86.2%/83.3% (-2.3%/-2.3%) 86.8%/83.9% (-2.2%/-2.2%) 27.7%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 78.6%/75.1% (-3.6%/-3.2%) 77.1%/71.4% (-1.1%/-1.2%) 80.1%/76.3% (-11.0%/-10.4%) 83.6%/80.9% (-4.4%/-4.1%) 81.4%/79.2% (-1.4%/-1.4%) 92.5%/90.9% (-0.1%/-0.1%) 99.8%/98.5% (+1.7%/+1.6%) 100.0%/99.4% (+0.3%/+2.4%)
Southwestern 85.1%/82.9% (-2.4%/-2.2%) 86.2%/84.0% (-2.4%/-2.2%) 18.1%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 72.7%/70.0% (-2.2%/-2.0%) 73.8%/70.2% (-0.7%/-0.4%) 82.9%/79.7% (-7.8%/-7.2%) 83.0%/80.7% (-4.1%/-3.9%) 83.8%/82.2% (-1.2%/-1.0%) 94.2%/93.0% (-2.1%/-2.0%) 99.2%/98.0% (-1.9%/-1.9%) 100.0%/100.0% (+2.5%/+4.3%)
Renfrew 85.1%/82.4% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 85.5%/83.0% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 12.7%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 78.5%/74.0% (-1.5%/-1.3%) 74.9%/70.5% (+3.2%/+3.4%) 71.0%/67.4% (-1.2%/-1.0%) 78.5%/75.7% (-0.5%/-0.4%) 84.0%/82.0% (+0.9%/+1.0%) 98.2%/96.9% (-2.3%/-2.3%) 100.0%/99.1% (-1.1%/-0.8%) 100.0%/99.5% (+4.3%/+5.8%)
Lambton 84.2%/81.8% (-0.9%/-0.7%) 84.9%/82.6% (-0.9%/-0.8%) 12.2%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 76.0%/72.5% (-0.5%/-0.1%) 73.7%/69.8% (-2.3%/-1.9%) 83.5%/79.7% (-3.0%/-2.7%) 82.9%/80.6% (-3.9%/-3.6%) 80.5%/78.7% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 89.0%/87.8% (-0.3%/-0.3%) 96.6%/95.6% (+0.9%/+0.9%) 97.7%/96.0% (+5.7%/+5.6%)
Haldimand-Norfolk 84.2%/81.7% (-3.9%/-3.7%) 85.6%/83.2% (-3.9%/-3.7%) 14.5%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 65.3%/62.1% (-4.1%/-3.5%) 68.6%/64.6% (-2.8%/-2.4%) 82.3%/78.8% (-11.2%/-10.4%) 83.3%/80.5% (-9.7%/-9.2%) 81.6%/79.8% (-1.1%/-1.1%) 92.7%/91.6% (-2.6%/-2.5%) 100.0%/98.9% (-2.7%/-2.6%) 100.0%/100.0% (+1.6%/+3.6%)
Grey Bruce 83.8%/81.7% (-2.7%/-2.5%) 84.7%/82.6% (-2.8%/-2.6%) 16.5%/0.0% (+nan%/+nan%) 71.8%/68.8% (-1.6%/-1.2%) 71.3%/67.8% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 80.9%/77.4% (-6.1%/-5.6%) 83.6%/81.3% (-6.1%/-5.8%) 78.9%/77.2% (-1.9%/-1.7%) 91.1%/90.0% (-4.8%/-4.7%) 96.1%/95.3% (-2.3%/-2.2%) 95.4%/93.3% (+2.7%/+2.7%)
Canada comparison - Source - data as of December 06
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7 Vaccines->> Vax(day) To date (per 100) Weekly vax update->> % with 1+ % with both
Canada 2,876 3157.4 2863.9 57.8 52.4 3.3 254,066 161.9 79.02 75.9
Quebec 1,189 1205.4 1089.1 98.1 88.6 3.7 81,127 160.1 79.95 77.4
Ontario 887 940.1 783.6 44.4 37.0 2.9 39,472 162.0 78.77 75.9
British Columbia 284 351.7 341.6 47.2 45.8 2.9 49,544 169.0 80.44 77.4
Alberta 187 310.1 322.6 48.9 50.8 3.7 49,967 157.5 75.43 70.9
Manitoba 137 156.0 132.4 78.9 67.0 5.7 16,945 159.4 77.09 74.1
New Brunswick 71 86.6 76.0 76.8 67.4 5.9 1,433 161.2 82.13 77.6
Saskatchewan 48 65.7 76.7 39.0 45.5 3.7 2,420 149.4 75.1 70.0
Nova Scotia 46 28.6 22.1 20.2 15.6 0.9 2,954 166.3 83.02 79.6
Yukon 17 6.7 11.6 109.3 188.4 inf 485 180.7 78.68 75.1
Prince Edward Island 3 2.9 3.3 12.2 14.0 0.5 0 169.7 83.92 80.5
Newfoundland 7 2.0 2.7 2.7 3.6 0.1 7,463 175.5 88.61 84.2
Northwest Territories N/R 1.4 2.1 22.0 33.0 5.9 2,256 195.2 73.62 70.0
Nunavut 0 0.1 0.0 2.5 0.0 0.5 0 130.0 68.73 60.8
LTCs with 2+ new cases today: Why are there 0.5 cases/deaths?
LTC_Home City Beds New LTC cases Current Active Cases
Shalom Manor Long Term Care Home Grimsby 144.0 5.0 5.0
Country Village Homes - Woodslee Woodslee 104.0 2.5 2.5
LTC Deaths today: - this section is reported by the Ministry of LTC and the data may not reconcile with the LTC data above because that is published by the MoH.
LTC_Home City Beds Today's Deaths All-time Deaths
None reported by the Ministry of LTC
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date Count
Windsor 40s MALE Close contact 2021-11-11 2021-10-31 1
London 50s MALE Close contact 2021-11-23 2021-11-16 1
Peel 50s FEMALE Outbreak 2021-11-06 2021-10-31 1
Windsor 50s MALE Community 2021-11-23 2021-11-23 1
Eastern Ontario 70s FEMALE Community 2021-12-04 2021-11-28 1
Peel 70s FEMALE Close contact 2021-11-17 2021-11-07 1
Windsor 70s FEMALE Community 2021-12-01 2021-12-01 1
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 80s MALE Travel 2021-11-24 2021-11-20 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Close contact 2021-11-28 2021-11-28 1
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