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Ontario November 29 update: 1708 New Cases, 1443 Recoveries, 24 Deaths, 53,959 tests (3.17% positive), Current ICUs: not reported today

2020.11.29 15:55 enterprisevalue Ontario November 29 update: 1708 New Cases, 1443 Recoveries, 24 Deaths, 53,959 tests (3.17% positive), Current ICUs: not reported today

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-29.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1708 1547.7 1414.7 81.7 74.7 51.5 45.9 1.7 0.9 52.2 38.3 9.6
Peel 503 461.9 412 234 208.7 70.1 28.2 1.3 0.4 58.3 35.6 6.1
Toronto PHU 463 451 448 115.6 114.8 31.7 78.9 -11.2 0.6 50.6 39.6 9.8
York 185 155.6 148 98.1 93.3 62.2 28.7 8.4 0.8 47 42.2 10.7
Ottawa 79 40.9 38 30.6 28.5 63.3 57.7 -24.8 3.8 60.4 29.4 10.1
Durham 73 45.1 51.9 48.9 56.2 52.8 30.1 15.2 1.9 49.5 42.4 8.2
Waterloo Region 63 70 45 91.6 58.9 32 56.1 11.6 0.2 49.1 41 9.8
Hamilton 60 60.4 40.9 78.8 53.3 40 35.9 23.4 0.7 42.8 34.1 23.2
Windsor 37 46.1 27.4 81 48.1 40.6 28.5 25.7 5.3 51 37.8 11.2
Halton 31 50.4 48.4 64.4 61.8 49.6 38 12.2 0.3 43.3 42.2 14.5
Wellington-Guelph 30 24.3 20.7 59.8 51 50 47.6 2.4 0 48.3 44.1 7.6
Simcoe-Muskoka 30 26.7 27 34.6 35 61.5 36.9 1.1 0.5 56.7 38 5.3
Niagara 28 21.7 21.9 33.9 34.2 54.6 38.8 5.3 1.3 50 44.1 5.9
London 20 15.6 14.1 23.9 21.7 42.2 14.7 39.4 3.7 53.2 34 12.8
Thunder Bay 19 9.1 9.4 42.1 43.5 23.4 12.5 64.1 0 18.7 37.6 43.8
Southwestern 17 8.7 7.3 68.6 57.3 62.3 21.3 16.4 0 49.3 39.3 11.5
Eastern Ontario 10 7.6 5.6 26.1 19.2 60.4 18.9 20.8 0 62.2 22.6 15.1
Brant 10 8.7 9 45.2 46.7 67.2 9.8 21.3 1.6 45.9 41 13.1
Huron Perth 9 7.9 4.6 92.8 54 45.5 47.3 7.3 0 47.3 36.4 16.4
Hastings 5 3.9 2 16.8 8.7 55.6 29.6 14.8 0 81.5 14.8 3.7
Peterborough 5 2.7 2.7 13.7 13.7 57.9 31.6 10.5 0 47.4 42.1 10.6
Kingston 5 3.3 2.3 11.9 8.3 43.5 60.9 -4.3 0 78.2 13 8.6
Chatham-Kent 5 2 3.9 13.7 26.5 157.1 -7.1 -57.1 7.1 57.2 35.7 7.1
Haliburton, Kawartha 5 3.9 2 15.1 7.8 48.1 48.1 0 3.7 48.1 40.7 11.1
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 4 1.1 0.6 4.7 2.4 50 50 -12.5 12.5 50 50 0
Haldimand-Norfolk 4 4.6 4.3 29.2 27.4 81.2 -6.2 18.8 6.2 34.4 46.8 18.7
Rest 8 14.5 17.7 10 12.3 69.6 14.7 10.8 4.9 53 39.3 7.9
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5746 5483.7 4834.1 102.1 90 7.35
Ontario 1822 1522.9 1373.9 73.2 66 3.58
Alberta 1731 1364 992.9 218.4 159 18.83
Quebec 1480 1250.7 1177.9 103.2 97.2 13.09
British Columbia 0 671 649.7 92.6 89.7 9.79
Manitoba 486 402 407.3 205.5 208.2 13.72
Saskatchewan 197 235.9 202.4 140.6 120.6 12.09
Nova Scotia 14 16 3.7 11.5 2.7 1.04
New Brunswick 4 8.1 8.6 7.3 7.7 1.01
Nunavut 5 7.9 15 141.8 270.8 14.4
Newfoundland 2 2.4 2.1 3.3 2.9 0.54
Yukon 3 2.3 0.7 39.2 12.2 2.44
Prince Edward Island 2 0.6 0 2.6 0 0.1
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date
Toronto PHU 50s MALE Community 2020-11-26 2020-11-24
Ottawa 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-26 2020-11-25
Toronto PHU 60s UNSPECIFIED Community 2020-11-27 2020-11-25
York 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-11-17
Halton 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-06
Peel 70s MALE Community 2020-11-26 2020-11-25
Toronto PHU 70s FEMALE Community 2020-11-25 2020-11-23
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-10-11 2020-10-10
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-24 2020-11-19
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-19 2020-11-19
Waterloo Region 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-11-18
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-17 2020-11-15
Hamilton 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-14
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-16 2020-11-13
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-14 2020-11-13
York 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-23 2020-11-10
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-08
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-10-27
York 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-18
Ottawa 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-11-18
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-14
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-09 2020-11-08
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-03 2020-11-01
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-22 2020-10-15
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2020.11.29 15:54 enterprisevalue Ontario November 29 update: 1708 New Cases, 1443 Recoveries, 24 Deaths, 53,959 tests (3.17% positive), Current ICUs: not reported today

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-29.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1708 1547.7 1414.7 81.7 74.7 51.5 45.9 1.7 0.9 52.2 38.3 9.6
Peel 503 461.9 412 234 208.7 70.1 28.2 1.3 0.4 58.3 35.6 6.1
Toronto PHU 463 451 448 115.6 114.8 31.7 78.9 -11.2 0.6 50.6 39.6 9.8
York 185 155.6 148 98.1 93.3 62.2 28.7 8.4 0.8 47 42.2 10.7
Ottawa 79 40.9 38 30.6 28.5 63.3 57.7 -24.8 3.8 60.4 29.4 10.1
Durham 73 45.1 51.9 48.9 56.2 52.8 30.1 15.2 1.9 49.5 42.4 8.2
Waterloo Region 63 70 45 91.6 58.9 32 56.1 11.6 0.2 49.1 41 9.8
Hamilton 60 60.4 40.9 78.8 53.3 40 35.9 23.4 0.7 42.8 34.1 23.2
Windsor 37 46.1 27.4 81 48.1 40.6 28.5 25.7 5.3 51 37.8 11.2
Halton 31 50.4 48.4 64.4 61.8 49.6 38 12.2 0.3 43.3 42.2 14.5
Wellington-Guelph 30 24.3 20.7 59.8 51 50 47.6 2.4 0 48.3 44.1 7.6
Simcoe-Muskoka 30 26.7 27 34.6 35 61.5 36.9 1.1 0.5 56.7 38 5.3
Niagara 28 21.7 21.9 33.9 34.2 54.6 38.8 5.3 1.3 50 44.1 5.9
London 20 15.6 14.1 23.9 21.7 42.2 14.7 39.4 3.7 53.2 34 12.8
Thunder Bay 19 9.1 9.4 42.1 43.5 23.4 12.5 64.1 0 18.7 37.6 43.8
Southwestern 17 8.7 7.3 68.6 57.3 62.3 21.3 16.4 0 49.3 39.3 11.5
Eastern Ontario 10 7.6 5.6 26.1 19.2 60.4 18.9 20.8 0 62.2 22.6 15.1
Brant 10 8.7 9 45.2 46.7 67.2 9.8 21.3 1.6 45.9 41 13.1
Huron Perth 9 7.9 4.6 92.8 54 45.5 47.3 7.3 0 47.3 36.4 16.4
Hastings 5 3.9 2 16.8 8.7 55.6 29.6 14.8 0 81.5 14.8 3.7
Peterborough 5 2.7 2.7 13.7 13.7 57.9 31.6 10.5 0 47.4 42.1 10.6
Kingston 5 3.3 2.3 11.9 8.3 43.5 60.9 -4.3 0 78.2 13 8.6
Chatham-Kent 5 2 3.9 13.7 26.5 157.1 -7.1 -57.1 7.1 57.2 35.7 7.1
Haliburton, Kawartha 5 3.9 2 15.1 7.8 48.1 48.1 0 3.7 48.1 40.7 11.1
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 4 1.1 0.6 4.7 2.4 50 50 -12.5 12.5 50 50 0
Haldimand-Norfolk 4 4.6 4.3 29.2 27.4 81.2 -6.2 18.8 6.2 34.4 46.8 18.7
Rest 8 14.5 17.7 10 12.3 69.6 14.7 10.8 4.9 53 39.3 7.9
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5746 5483.7 4834.1 102.1 90 7.35
Ontario 1822 1522.9 1373.9 73.2 66 3.58
Alberta 1731 1364 992.9 218.4 159 18.83
Quebec 1480 1250.7 1177.9 103.2 97.2 13.09
British Columbia 0 671 649.7 92.6 89.7 9.79
Manitoba 486 402 407.3 205.5 208.2 13.72
Saskatchewan 197 235.9 202.4 140.6 120.6 12.09
Nova Scotia 14 16 3.7 11.5 2.7 1.04
New Brunswick 4 8.1 8.6 7.3 7.7 1.01
Nunavut 5 7.9 15 141.8 270.8 14.4
Newfoundland 2 2.4 2.1 3.3 2.9 0.54
Yukon 3 2.3 0.7 39.2 12.2 2.44
Prince Edward Island 2 0.6 0 2.6 0 0.1
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date
Toronto PHU 50s MALE Community 2020-11-26 2020-11-24
Ottawa 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-26 2020-11-25
Toronto PHU 60s UNSPECIFIED Community 2020-11-27 2020-11-25
York 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-11-17
Halton 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-06
Peel 70s MALE Community 2020-11-26 2020-11-25
Toronto PHU 70s FEMALE Community 2020-11-25 2020-11-23
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-10-11 2020-10-10
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-24 2020-11-19
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-19 2020-11-19
Waterloo Region 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-11-18
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-17 2020-11-15
Hamilton 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-14
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-16 2020-11-13
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-14 2020-11-13
York 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-23 2020-11-10
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-08
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-10-27
York 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-18
Ottawa 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-11-18
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-14
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-09 2020-11-08
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-03 2020-11-01
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-22 2020-10-15
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2020.11.28 15:57 enterprisevalue Ontario November 28 update: 1822 New Cases, 1510 Recoveries, 29 Deaths, 55,086 tests (3.31% positive), Current ICUs: 155 (+4 vs. yesterday) (+9 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-28.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1822 1522.9 1374.2 80.4 72.5 51.1 47.1 1 0.9 52.4 38.1 9.7
Toronto PHU 566 450.6 434.3 115.5 111.3 31.2 79.4 -11.1 0.6 50.6 39.3 10
Peel 516 460 386 233 195.5 68.6 30.7 0.4 0.3 58.6 35.2 6.2
York 145 147.7 147.3 93.2 92.9 63.5 27.4 8.6 0.5 47.4 42 10.9
Waterloo Region 105 68.7 44.1 89.9 57.7 34.5 53.6 11.6 0.2 48.7 41.1 10.1
Hamilton 102 61.3 35.9 79.9 46.7 38.2 40.8 20.3 0.7 44.8 31.7 23.6
Halton 68 52.9 49.3 67.5 62.9 42.7 44.3 12.7 0.3 44.3 41.1 14.6
Windsor 57 45 26.6 79 46.6 37.8 31.1 25.7 5.4 55.3 34 10.8
Durham 48 41.9 53.6 45.4 58.1 60.1 24.6 13.3 2 51.5 44.7 3.7
Ottawa 46 34.1 42.3 25.6 31.7 76.6 50.2 -32.2 5.4 54.4 34.7 10.4
Wellington-Guelph 25 24.3 19.9 59.8 48.9 50.6 48.8 0.6 0 48.9 43 8.2
Simcoe-Muskoka 21 25.9 27.3 33.5 35.4 64.6 33.1 1.7 0.6 57.4 36.5 6.1
Niagara 21 20.9 22 32.6 34.4 54.1 39 4.1 2.7 49.3 43.8 6.9
London 20 13.7 17.3 21.1 26.6 42.7 13.5 40.6 3.1 56.3 31.2 12.4
Eastern Ontario 13 7.1 5.3 24.7 18.2 58 14 28 0 58 20 22
Huron Perth 11 7.3 4.7 86 55.7 51 43.1 5.9 0 45.1 37.2 17.7
Thunder Bay 10 8 8.4 36.9 38.8 32.1 16.1 50 1.8 17.9 48.2 33.9
Grey Bruce 10 8.1 7.6 35.2 32.7 59.6 33.3 3.5 3.5 36.9 50.9 12.3
Southwestern 7 6.9 8.6 53.9 67.4 64.6 25 10.4 0 50.1 39.6 10.4
Haldimand-Norfolk 6 5.4 3.6 34.7 22.8 65.8 15.8 13.2 5.3 34.2 44.7 21.1
Kingston 5 2.9 2.9 10.3 10.3 40 65 -5 0 75 20 5
Northwestern 4 3 1.3 27.5 11.8 47.6 23.8 23.8 4.8 42.8 47.6 9.6
Haliburton, Kawartha 3 3.7 1.3 14.5 5 42.3 57.7 -3.8 3.8 42.3 38.4 19.2
Peterborough 3 2.4 2.7 12.3 13.7 52.9 29.4 17.6 0 52.9 35.4 11.8
Hastings 3 3.7 2 16.1 8.7 69.2 23.1 7.7 0 80.7 15.3 3.8
Rest 7 17.4 19.9 10.3 11.7 72.1 18.9 5.7 3.3 51.6 41.8 6.6
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5967 5477.9 4771.6 102 88.9 7.44
Ontario 1855 1489.4 1372.9 71.6 66 3.6
Alberta 1227 1307.6 948.6 209.4 151.9 17.85
Quebec 1269 1209.1 1214.9 99.8 100.2 12.62
British Columbia 911 772.9 641.3 106.7 88.5 10.94
Manitoba 344 387.6 386.1 198.1 197.4 13.23
Saskatchewan 329 269.6 184.4 160.7 109.9 12.94
Nova Scotia 9 15.1 3.4 10.9 2.5 1.18
New Brunswick 12 10.9 6.1 9.8 5.5 1.27
Nunavut 4 10.7 11.4 193.4 206.3 21.99
Newfoundland 4 2.9 1.7 3.8 2.3 0.64
Yukon 3 1.9 0.7 31.8 12.2 2.15
Prince Edward Island 0 0.3 0 1.3 0 0.05
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-28
Peel 50s MALE Community 2020-10-24 2020-10-23 1
York 50s MALE Community 2020-10-30 2020-10-26 1
Huron Perth 60s MALE Community 2020-11-04 2020-10-31 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-08 2020-11-05 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-11-01 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-10-21 2020-10-19 1
York 60s MALE Close contact 2020-11-17 2020-11-14 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-08 2020-11-05 1
London 70s MALE Community 2020-11-12 2020-11-01 1
Peel 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-09 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-10-30 1
London 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-23 2020-11-23 1
Niagara 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-12 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-24 2020-11-23 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-16 2020-11-15 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-13 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-11 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-25 2020-11-23 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-04 2020-11-03 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-10-16 -1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-04-07 2020-03-31 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-04-30 2020-03-28 -1
Halton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-04 1
Halton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-21 2020-10-18 1
Ottawa 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-02 2020-10-31 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-19 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-19 2020-11-15 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-14 2020-11-14 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-11-11 2020-11-10 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-14 2020-11-10 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-09 2020-11-09 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-11-06 2020-11-05 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-01 2020-10-31 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-29 2020-10-27 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-26 2020-09-09 1
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2020.11.28 15:57 enterprisevalue Ontario November 28 update: 1822 New Cases, 1510 Recoveries, 29 Deaths, 55,086 tests (3.31% positive), Current ICUs: 155 (+4 vs. yesterday) (+9 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-28.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1822 1522.9 1374.2 80.4 72.5 51.1 47.1 1 0.9 52.4 38.1 9.7
Toronto PHU 566 450.6 434.3 115.5 111.3 31.2 79.4 -11.1 0.6 50.6 39.3 10
Peel 516 460 386 233 195.5 68.6 30.7 0.4 0.3 58.6 35.2 6.2
York 145 147.7 147.3 93.2 92.9 63.5 27.4 8.6 0.5 47.4 42 10.9
Waterloo Region 105 68.7 44.1 89.9 57.7 34.5 53.6 11.6 0.2 48.7 41.1 10.1
Hamilton 102 61.3 35.9 79.9 46.7 38.2 40.8 20.3 0.7 44.8 31.7 23.6
Halton 68 52.9 49.3 67.5 62.9 42.7 44.3 12.7 0.3 44.3 41.1 14.6
Windsor 57 45 26.6 79 46.6 37.8 31.1 25.7 5.4 55.3 34 10.8
Durham 48 41.9 53.6 45.4 58.1 60.1 24.6 13.3 2 51.5 44.7 3.7
Ottawa 46 34.1 42.3 25.6 31.7 76.6 50.2 -32.2 5.4 54.4 34.7 10.4
Wellington-Guelph 25 24.3 19.9 59.8 48.9 50.6 48.8 0.6 0 48.9 43 8.2
Simcoe-Muskoka 21 25.9 27.3 33.5 35.4 64.6 33.1 1.7 0.6 57.4 36.5 6.1
Niagara 21 20.9 22 32.6 34.4 54.1 39 4.1 2.7 49.3 43.8 6.9
London 20 13.7 17.3 21.1 26.6 42.7 13.5 40.6 3.1 56.3 31.2 12.4
Eastern Ontario 13 7.1 5.3 24.7 18.2 58 14 28 0 58 20 22
Huron Perth 11 7.3 4.7 86 55.7 51 43.1 5.9 0 45.1 37.2 17.7
Thunder Bay 10 8 8.4 36.9 38.8 32.1 16.1 50 1.8 17.9 48.2 33.9
Grey Bruce 10 8.1 7.6 35.2 32.7 59.6 33.3 3.5 3.5 36.9 50.9 12.3
Southwestern 7 6.9 8.6 53.9 67.4 64.6 25 10.4 0 50.1 39.6 10.4
Haldimand-Norfolk 6 5.4 3.6 34.7 22.8 65.8 15.8 13.2 5.3 34.2 44.7 21.1
Kingston 5 2.9 2.9 10.3 10.3 40 65 -5 0 75 20 5
Northwestern 4 3 1.3 27.5 11.8 47.6 23.8 23.8 4.8 42.8 47.6 9.6
Haliburton, Kawartha 3 3.7 1.3 14.5 5 42.3 57.7 -3.8 3.8 42.3 38.4 19.2
Peterborough 3 2.4 2.7 12.3 13.7 52.9 29.4 17.6 0 52.9 35.4 11.8
Hastings 3 3.7 2 16.1 8.7 69.2 23.1 7.7 0 80.7 15.3 3.8
Rest 7 17.4 19.9 10.3 11.7 72.1 18.9 5.7 3.3 51.6 41.8 6.6
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5967 5477.9 4771.6 102 88.9 7.44
Ontario 1855 1489.4 1372.9 71.6 66 3.6
Alberta 1227 1307.6 948.6 209.4 151.9 17.85
Quebec 1269 1209.1 1214.9 99.8 100.2 12.62
British Columbia 911 772.9 641.3 106.7 88.5 10.94
Manitoba 344 387.6 386.1 198.1 197.4 13.23
Saskatchewan 329 269.6 184.4 160.7 109.9 12.94
Nova Scotia 9 15.1 3.4 10.9 2.5 1.18
New Brunswick 12 10.9 6.1 9.8 5.5 1.27
Nunavut 4 10.7 11.4 193.4 206.3 21.99
Newfoundland 4 2.9 1.7 3.8 2.3 0.64
Yukon 3 1.9 0.7 31.8 12.2 2.15
Prince Edward Island 0 0.3 0 1.3 0 0.05
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-28
Peel 50s MALE Community 2020-10-24 2020-10-23 1
York 50s MALE Community 2020-10-30 2020-10-26 1
Huron Perth 60s MALE Community 2020-11-04 2020-10-31 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-08 2020-11-05 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-11-01 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-10-21 2020-10-19 1
York 60s MALE Close contact 2020-11-17 2020-11-14 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-08 2020-11-05 1
London 70s MALE Community 2020-11-12 2020-11-01 1
Peel 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-09 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-10-30 1
London 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-23 2020-11-23 1
Niagara 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-12 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-24 2020-11-23 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-16 2020-11-15 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-13 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-11 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-25 2020-11-23 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-04 2020-11-03 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-10-16 -1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-04-07 2020-03-31 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-04-30 2020-03-28 -1
Halton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-04 1
Halton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-21 2020-10-18 1
Ottawa 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-02 2020-10-31 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-19 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-19 2020-11-15 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-14 2020-11-14 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-11-11 2020-11-10 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-14 2020-11-10 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-09 2020-11-09 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-11-06 2020-11-05 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-01 2020-10-31 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-29 2020-10-27 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-26 2020-09-09 1
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2020.11.28 04:03 TastyBananaPeppers Nidoran Male and Female Limited Timed Research: Sat, Nov 28, 8 AM to 10 PM Local Time

Nidoran Male and Female Limited Timed Research: Sat, Nov 28, 8 AM to 10 PM Local Time

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Event Date: Saturday, November 28th from 8AM to 10PM Local Time
Event Information:
  • Shiny rate may be boosted!!
Countdown Timer site:
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  • You will need to refer to my sticky comment below, so you can copy and paste them by pressing on the 3 black dots (mobile app). If you cannot find it, you can press with your finger or click with your mouse on here.
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  • To download a GPX, you press with your finger or click with your mouse on the Green Color Text with a line underneath it. These are download links.
  • If you get an import error, you must rename the .XML file back to a .GPX. Do not forget the period before the G.
  • If you want a lot of GPX Routes on your device, you should go to the post in the "Useful stuff as Always" section.
  • If you see a (number), it means the approximate number of Pokestops in the route.
GMT +14:00 >>> First Event <<<< ALREADY STARTED!!!
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Useful stuff as always:
These are links you can click with your mouse or press with your finger to open.
If you need anything else, be sure to check out the real MEGA POST: Rules + Events + Android Spoofing Setup Guides + Other Android Guides + GPX Routes + Poke Maps + Discord Group Invites + Frequently Asked Questions
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2020.11.27 15:54 enterprisevalue Ontario November 27 update: 1855 New Cases, 1451 Recoveries, 20 Deaths, 58,037 tests (3.20% positive), Current ICUs: 151 (+0 vs. yesterday) (+9 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-27.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Black Friday indeed...
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1855 1489.6 1372.7 78.6 72.5 50.5 36.5 12.1 0.9 52.3 38.1 9.6
Peel 517 460.9 382.4 233.5 193.7 70.8 22.6 6.1 0.4 58.3 35.6 6.3
Toronto PHU 494 434 435.1 111.2 111.5 25.5 64.1 9.9 0.5 51 38.8 10.2
York 189 148.9 144 93.9 90.8 61.4 23.1 15 0.5 46.4 42.3 11.3
Halton 130 50.7 49.4 64.7 63.1 44.2 32.7 22.8 0.3 42.5 41.8 16
Hamilton 82 53.4 34 69.7 44.3 43 36.6 20.1 0.3 48.1 33.4 18.4
Waterloo Region 74 59.7 47.7 78.1 62.4 39.5 45.2 14.8 0.5 46.6 43.5 9.8
Durham 65 43 54.7 46.6 59.3 59.1 22.9 15.9 2 51.2 43.8 5
Ottawa 55 32.7 48.1 24.5 36.1 69.4 7.9 17.5 5.2 54.6 33.2 12.7
Windsor 52 43.6 26.1 76.5 45.9 42.3 18.4 34.4 4.9 57.7 34.1 8.2
Simcoe-Muskoka 38 26.6 28.4 34.4 36.8 61.8 26.9 11.3 0 55.4 37.7 7
Wellington-Guelph 27 23.4 17.9 57.7 43.9 51.8 34.8 13.4 0 51.8 42.1 6.1
Niagara 20 22.7 19.9 35.5 31 45.3 33.3 18.9 2.5 47.2 44 8.8
Brant 16 12 6.1 62.2 31.9 52.4 38.1 9.5 0 45.2 39.3 15.5
Huron Perth 14 6.7 5.1 79.3 60.7 57.4 36.2 6.4 0 42.5 42.5 14.9
Haldimand-Norfolk 11 5.4 3 34.7 19.2 55.3 21.1 18.4 5.3 31.6 44.7 23.7
Grey Bruce 11 7.1 7.9 30.9 34 68 26 4 2 36 54 10
London 10 14.6 16.3 22.4 25 48 7.8 39.2 4.9 59.8 29.4 10.8
Southwestern 10 6.7 9 52.8 70.8 61.7 25.5 12.8 0 51 38.3 10.7
Eastern Ontario 9 5.7 5.6 19.7 19.2 55 7.5 37.5 0 55 20 25
Haliburton, Kawartha 6 3.6 1.6 14 6.1 44 52 0 4 44 40 16
Peterborough 5 2.9 2.6 14.5 13 35 50 15 0 45 40 15
Kingston 4 2.1 4.3 7.8 15.5 33.3 53.3 13.3 0 80 13.4 6.7
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 3 0.6 0.9 2.4 3.5 75 0 0 25 25 75 0
Northwestern 3 2.7 1 24.9 9.2 57.9 5.3 31.6 5.3 47.4 42.1 10.6
Hastings 3 3.6 2 15.5 8.7 64 20 12 4 80 16 4
Rest 7 16.3 19.6 10.9 13.3 61.9 9.7 26.5 1.8 40.7 39.8 19.4
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5631 5335.1 4739.1 99.4 88.3 7.46
Ontario 1478 1427 1369.7 68.6 65.8 3.57
Alberta 1077 1297.3 913.1 207.7 146.2 17.61
Quebec 1464 1207.7 1220.9 99.6 100.7 15.01
British Columbia 887 716.4 655.7 98.9 90.5 10.47
Manitoba 381 400.9 385.7 204.9 197.2 9.27
Saskatchewan 315 244.4 173.4 145.7 103.4 12.1
Nova Scotia 14 14.6 3 10.5 2.2 1.27
Nunavut 0 11.6 10.1 208.9 183.1 20.61
New Brunswick 12 10.4 5.1 9.4 4.6 1.29
Newfoundland 3 2.7 1.4 3.6 1.9 0.73
Yukon 0 1.9 0.3 31.8 4.9 1.84
Prince Edward Island 0 0.3 0 1.3 0 0.07
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.6 0 8.9 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-24 2020-11-23
York 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-23 2020-11-22
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-22 2020-11-22
Halton 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-22 2020-11-19
Halton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-19
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-26 2020-11-14
Durham 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-14
Windsor 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-15 2020-11-10
Eastern Ontario 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-09
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-13 2020-11-09
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-11-06
Peel 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-05 2020-11-03
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-04 2020-11-02
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-10-31
Toronto PHU 50s MALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-10-30
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-29 2020-10-29
Eastern Ontario 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-31 2020-10-28
Ottawa 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-24 2020-10-24
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-03 2020-10-08
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-09-11
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2020.11.27 15:54 enterprisevalue Ontario November 27 update: 1855 New Cases, 1451 Recoveries, 20 Deaths, 58,037 tests (3.20% positive), Current ICUs: 151 (+0 vs. yesterday) (+9 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-27.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Black Friday indeed...
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1855 1489.6 1372.7 78.6 72.5 50.5 36.5 12.1 0.9 52.3 38.1 9.6
Peel 517 460.9 382.4 233.5 193.7 70.8 22.6 6.1 0.4 58.3 35.6 6.3
Toronto PHU 494 434 435.1 111.2 111.5 25.5 64.1 9.9 0.5 51 38.8 10.2
York 189 148.9 144 93.9 90.8 61.4 23.1 15 0.5 46.4 42.3 11.3
Halton 130 50.7 49.4 64.7 63.1 44.2 32.7 22.8 0.3 42.5 41.8 16
Hamilton 82 53.4 34 69.7 44.3 43 36.6 20.1 0.3 48.1 33.4 18.4
Waterloo Region 74 59.7 47.7 78.1 62.4 39.5 45.2 14.8 0.5 46.6 43.5 9.8
Durham 65 43 54.7 46.6 59.3 59.1 22.9 15.9 2 51.2 43.8 5
Ottawa 55 32.7 48.1 24.5 36.1 69.4 7.9 17.5 5.2 54.6 33.2 12.7
Windsor 52 43.6 26.1 76.5 45.9 42.3 18.4 34.4 4.9 57.7 34.1 8.2
Simcoe-Muskoka 38 26.6 28.4 34.4 36.8 61.8 26.9 11.3 0 55.4 37.7 7
Wellington-Guelph 27 23.4 17.9 57.7 43.9 51.8 34.8 13.4 0 51.8 42.1 6.1
Niagara 20 22.7 19.9 35.5 31 45.3 33.3 18.9 2.5 47.2 44 8.8
Brant 16 12 6.1 62.2 31.9 52.4 38.1 9.5 0 45.2 39.3 15.5
Huron Perth 14 6.7 5.1 79.3 60.7 57.4 36.2 6.4 0 42.5 42.5 14.9
Haldimand-Norfolk 11 5.4 3 34.7 19.2 55.3 21.1 18.4 5.3 31.6 44.7 23.7
Grey Bruce 11 7.1 7.9 30.9 34 68 26 4 2 36 54 10
London 10 14.6 16.3 22.4 25 48 7.8 39.2 4.9 59.8 29.4 10.8
Southwestern 10 6.7 9 52.8 70.8 61.7 25.5 12.8 0 51 38.3 10.7
Eastern Ontario 9 5.7 5.6 19.7 19.2 55 7.5 37.5 0 55 20 25
Haliburton, Kawartha 6 3.6 1.6 14 6.1 44 52 0 4 44 40 16
Peterborough 5 2.9 2.6 14.5 13 35 50 15 0 45 40 15
Kingston 4 2.1 4.3 7.8 15.5 33.3 53.3 13.3 0 80 13.4 6.7
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 3 0.6 0.9 2.4 3.5 75 0 0 25 25 75 0
Northwestern 3 2.7 1 24.9 9.2 57.9 5.3 31.6 5.3 47.4 42.1 10.6
Hastings 3 3.6 2 15.5 8.7 64 20 12 4 80 16 4
Rest 7 16.3 19.6 10.9 13.3 61.9 9.7 26.5 1.8 40.7 39.8 19.4
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5631 5335.1 4739.1 99.4 88.3 7.46
Ontario 1478 1427 1369.7 68.6 65.8 3.57
Alberta 1077 1297.3 913.1 207.7 146.2 17.61
Quebec 1464 1207.7 1220.9 99.6 100.7 15.01
British Columbia 887 716.4 655.7 98.9 90.5 10.47
Manitoba 381 400.9 385.7 204.9 197.2 9.27
Saskatchewan 315 244.4 173.4 145.7 103.4 12.1
Nova Scotia 14 14.6 3 10.5 2.2 1.27
Nunavut 0 11.6 10.1 208.9 183.1 20.61
New Brunswick 12 10.4 5.1 9.4 4.6 1.29
Newfoundland 3 2.7 1.4 3.6 1.9 0.73
Yukon 0 1.9 0.3 31.8 4.9 1.84
Prince Edward Island 0 0.3 0 1.3 0 0.07
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.6 0 8.9 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-24 2020-11-23
York 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-23 2020-11-22
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-22 2020-11-22
Halton 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-22 2020-11-19
Halton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-19
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-26 2020-11-14
Durham 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-14
Windsor 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-15 2020-11-10
Eastern Ontario 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-09
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-13 2020-11-09
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-11-06
Peel 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-05 2020-11-03
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-04 2020-11-02
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-10-31
Toronto PHU 50s MALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-10-30
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-29 2020-10-29
Eastern Ontario 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-31 2020-10-28
Ottawa 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-24 2020-10-24
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-03 2020-10-08
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-09-11
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2020.11.26 16:00 enterprisevalue Ontario November 26 update: 1478 New Cases, 1365 Recoveries, 21 Deaths, 47,576 tests (3.11% positive), Current ICUs: 151 (-8 vs. yesterday) (+5 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-26_1.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1478 1427.4 1369.6 75.3 72.3 54.2 32.8 12 1 52.6 37.6 9.9
Peel 572 444.1 388.1 225 196.6 78.4 15.2 5.9 0.5 58.1 35.5 6.4
Toronto PHU 356 419.6 441.9 107.5 113.2 26 63.6 9.8 0.6 50.9 38 11.2
York 111 145.9 142.1 92 89.6 62.5 25.3 11.8 0.5 46.3 43 10.8
Waterloo Region 64 53.1 49.9 69.5 65.2 45.2 37.4 16.9 0.5 47 44.4 8.6
Hamilton 59 46.9 35 61.1 45.6 45.4 32.3 22 0.3 47 33.2 19.8
Durham 47 40.3 54 43.7 58.5 71.3 9.2 17 2.5 54.5 40.5 5
Windsor 42 42.6 22.1 74.7 38.9 42.3 18.5 34.6 4.7 56 33.2 10.8
Halton 36 37.3 52.1 47.6 66.6 61.3 11.1 26.8 0.8 44.8 37.6 18
Wellington-Guelph 29 23.3 16.9 57.3 41.5 56.4 34.4 9.2 0 51.6 39.9 8
Ottawa 24 35.9 43 26.9 32.2 63.3 15.5 14.3 6.8 56.5 32.3 11.6
Niagara 23 22.9 18.6 35.7 29 43.8 28.7 25 2.5 45 45.6 9.4
Simcoe-Muskoka 18 25.9 27.6 33.5 35.7 63 22.1 14.9 0 53 41.5 5.6
London 14 18.4 11.3 28.3 17.3 47.3 14 35.7 3.1 62.8 23.3 13.9
Huron Perth 11 5.6 5.6 65.8 65.8 51.3 38.5 10.3 0 46.1 43.6 10.2
Eastern Ontario 9 5.1 5.4 17.8 18.7 63.9 2.8 33.3 0 44.4 30.6 25
Grey Bruce 9 8.6 5.1 37 22.2 63.3 33.3 3.3 0 48.3 41.7 10
Southwestern 7 6 8.7 47.2 68.6 47.6 33.3 19 0 52.4 40.5 7.2
Haliburton, Kawartha 7 2.7 2 10.6 7.8 31.6 63.2 0 5.3 42.1 42.1 15.8
Hastings 7 3.7 1.9 16.1 8.1 57.7 30.8 7.7 3.8 65.4 26.9 7.7
Kingston 7 1.6 5.1 5.7 18.6 36.4 45.5 18.2 0 72.8 18.2 9.1
Brant 6 9.9 7.4 51.1 38.5 58 34.8 7.2 0 46.3 39.1 14.4
North Bay 5 1.9 0.9 10.5 4.8 53.8 0 46.2 0 84.6 15.4 0
Thunder Bay 4 8.6 7.3 39.5 33.6 36.7 0 61.7 1.7 16.6 46.6 36.7
Haldimand-Norfolk 3 3.9 3.3 24.6 21 51.9 22.2 18.5 7.4 25.9 40.7 33.3
Sudbury 3 2 3 7.1 10.7 107.1 -7.1 0 0 78.6 14.3 7.1
Rest 5 11.6 11.3 8.6 8.5 66.7 25.9 2.5 4.9 54.4 39.5 6.1
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5022 5193.9 4787.6 96.7 89.2 6.34
Ontario 1373 1388.7 1421.9 66.7 68.3 3.54
Alberta 1265 1301.3 878.1 208.4 140.6 6.95
Quebec 1100 1171 1243.4 96.6 102.6 12.08
British Columbia 738 666.3 664 92 91.6 9.98
Manitoba 349 414.3 385.6 211.8 197.1 13.36
Saskatchewan 164 213.4 175.3 127.2 104.5 11.28
Nova Scotia 16 12.7 2.9 9.2 2.1 1.25
Nunavut 11 12.1 9.6 219.2 172.8 19.91
New Brunswick 3 9.3 4.7 8.4 4.2 1.28
Newfoundland 1 2.4 1.3 3.3 1.7 0.64
Yukon 1 2 0.3 34.3 4.9 2.29
Prince Edward Island 1 0.3 0 1.3 0 0.08
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.6 0 8.9 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-20
Halton 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-11-18
Halton 70s MALE Close contact 2020-11-22 2020-11-17
Thunder Bay 80s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-22 2020-11-16
Halton 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-16 2020-11-15
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-13 2020-11-13
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-13
Halton 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-12
Toronto PHU 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-11
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-11
York 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-10
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-09
Wellington-Guelph 80s MALE Community 2020-11-23 2020-11-08
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-06
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-08 2020-11-04
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-11-03
Toronto PHU 50s MALE Community 2020-10-31 2020-10-30
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-29 2020-10-27
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-03 2020-10-24
Peel 80s MALE Close contact 2020-10-20 2020-10-19
Toronto PHU 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-21 2020-10-12
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2020.11.26 15:59 enterprisevalue Ontario November 26 update: 1478 New Cases, 1365 Recoveries, 21 Deaths, 47,576 tests (3.11% positive), Current ICUs: 151 (-8 vs. yesterday) (+5 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-26_1.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1478 1427.4 1369.6 75.3 72.3 54.2 32.8 12 1 52.6 37.6 9.9
Peel 572 444.1 388.1 225 196.6 78.4 15.2 5.9 0.5 58.1 35.5 6.4
Toronto PHU 356 419.6 441.9 107.5 113.2 26 63.6 9.8 0.6 50.9 38 11.2
York 111 145.9 142.1 92 89.6 62.5 25.3 11.8 0.5 46.3 43 10.8
Waterloo Region 64 53.1 49.9 69.5 65.2 45.2 37.4 16.9 0.5 47 44.4 8.6
Hamilton 59 46.9 35 61.1 45.6 45.4 32.3 22 0.3 47 33.2 19.8
Durham 47 40.3 54 43.7 58.5 71.3 9.2 17 2.5 54.5 40.5 5
Windsor 42 42.6 22.1 74.7 38.9 42.3 18.5 34.6 4.7 56 33.2 10.8
Halton 36 37.3 52.1 47.6 66.6 61.3 11.1 26.8 0.8 44.8 37.6 18
Wellington-Guelph 29 23.3 16.9 57.3 41.5 56.4 34.4 9.2 0 51.6 39.9 8
Ottawa 24 35.9 43 26.9 32.2 63.3 15.5 14.3 6.8 56.5 32.3 11.6
Niagara 23 22.9 18.6 35.7 29 43.8 28.7 25 2.5 45 45.6 9.4
Simcoe-Muskoka 18 25.9 27.6 33.5 35.7 63 22.1 14.9 0 53 41.5 5.6
London 14 18.4 11.3 28.3 17.3 47.3 14 35.7 3.1 62.8 23.3 13.9
Huron Perth 11 5.6 5.6 65.8 65.8 51.3 38.5 10.3 0 46.1 43.6 10.2
Eastern Ontario 9 5.1 5.4 17.8 18.7 63.9 2.8 33.3 0 44.4 30.6 25
Grey Bruce 9 8.6 5.1 37 22.2 63.3 33.3 3.3 0 48.3 41.7 10
Southwestern 7 6 8.7 47.2 68.6 47.6 33.3 19 0 52.4 40.5 7.2
Haliburton, Kawartha 7 2.7 2 10.6 7.8 31.6 63.2 0 5.3 42.1 42.1 15.8
Hastings 7 3.7 1.9 16.1 8.1 57.7 30.8 7.7 3.8 65.4 26.9 7.7
Kingston 7 1.6 5.1 5.7 18.6 36.4 45.5 18.2 0 72.8 18.2 9.1
Brant 6 9.9 7.4 51.1 38.5 58 34.8 7.2 0 46.3 39.1 14.4
North Bay 5 1.9 0.9 10.5 4.8 53.8 0 46.2 0 84.6 15.4 0
Thunder Bay 4 8.6 7.3 39.5 33.6 36.7 0 61.7 1.7 16.6 46.6 36.7
Haldimand-Norfolk 3 3.9 3.3 24.6 21 51.9 22.2 18.5 7.4 25.9 40.7 33.3
Sudbury 3 2 3 7.1 10.7 107.1 -7.1 0 0 78.6 14.3 7.1
Rest 5 11.6 11.3 8.6 8.5 66.7 25.9 2.5 4.9 54.4 39.5 6.1
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5022 5193.9 4787.6 96.7 89.2 6.34
Ontario 1373 1388.7 1421.9 66.7 68.3 3.54
Alberta 1265 1301.3 878.1 208.4 140.6 6.95
Quebec 1100 1171 1243.4 96.6 102.6 12.08
British Columbia 738 666.3 664 92 91.6 9.98
Manitoba 349 414.3 385.6 211.8 197.1 13.36
Saskatchewan 164 213.4 175.3 127.2 104.5 11.28
Nova Scotia 16 12.7 2.9 9.2 2.1 1.25
Nunavut 11 12.1 9.6 219.2 172.8 19.91
New Brunswick 3 9.3 4.7 8.4 4.2 1.28
Newfoundland 1 2.4 1.3 3.3 1.7 0.64
Yukon 1 2 0.3 34.3 4.9 2.29
Prince Edward Island 1 0.3 0 1.3 0 0.08
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.6 0 8.9 0
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2020.11.25 23:24 CatEyes420 How the Rothschilds took over the World (long but informative)

Amschel Moses Rothschild was born in about 1710. He was a German Jewish silk trader and money changer in the Judengasse (Jewstreet) in Frankfurt. Around 1743 he placed a red hexagram sign (which numerically and geometrically convert into the number 666) above the entrance of his door. His house was also red in color.
Within two centuries, the Rothschild, instructed this hexagram sign to be made part of the Israeli flag 🇮🇱. He had 8 children with Schönche Lechnich, one of his sons, Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812), is the founder of the Rothschild banking dynasty. He marries Guttle SchnappeSchönche Lechnich (Rothschild) in 1770, and they have 10 children together.
Around 1760, Mayer Amschel Bauer worked for a bank owned by the Oppenheimer (are part of Rothschild family/married, had children together..). Mayer was very successful and became a junior partner, where he meets General von Estorff.
After Mayer Amschel Bauer’s father Moses Amschel Bauer died, Mayer changed his name from Bauer to Rothschild (Rot = red / Schild = sign).
Mayer Amschel Rothschild and his sons establish what was known as the Five Arrows of Banking. These golden arrows can be seen on the eagle’s talons visible on the coat of arms city from Frankfurt, Germany. It represented the 5 sons who managed the global banking Houses of the Rothschild which included:
• Frankfurt • London • Paris • Vienna • Napl 
Mayer discovers that General von Estorff is aquatinted with the court of Prince William IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Hanau (known today as Hesse-Kassel) (married?). The royal house of William obtained its’ wealth by the hiring out or exporting their soldiers to foreign countries for major profit.
Mayer began selling William IX rare trinkets, treasures, and coins at extra low prices. Eventually, as planned, Mayer is introduced to the Prince himself, who is delighted with the modified prices. Mayer even offers the prince a perk for any new business opportunities, William could direct his way. As a result, Mayer Amschel Rothschild and Prince William join forces and become business accomplices.
In 1769, Prince William grants Mayer approval to hang a sign on his business storefront declaring that he is, “M. A. Rothschild, by appointment court factor to his serene highness, Prince William of Hanau.”
In 1773, Amschel Mayer Rothschild is born, eventually he would take over the Frankfurt bank. He is the first of Mayer’s sons who will all eventually enter the family business at 12 years of age. He is followed by Salomon Mayer Rothschild, in 1774.
In 1776, Mayer Amschel Rothschild creates the Illuminati and hands over the organizations development to Adam Weishaupt. Weishaupt sneaks in the Continental Order of Freemasons with this Illuminati doctrine. This doctrine claims a new order for the human race under the dictatorship of Satan and his supporters. This view is accepted and spread like a wildfire and is pursued in Masonic Lodges worldwide to this day.
In 1777, Nathan Mayer Rothschild is born, who is followed by Kalmann (Carl) Mayer Rothschild/Carl Mayer Freiherr von Rothschild in 1788. Carl is the founder of the Rothschild banking family of Naples. He had child named Adolf Carl....
In 1791, Alexander Hamilton, (a Rothschild representative in George Washington’s cabinet) and the Rothschilds, infiltrated a central bank in the newly established United States colonies. This bank was know as the Bank of the United States and was organized with a 20 year charter.
“Jacob” or “James” Mayer de Rothschild or Baron de Rothschild is born in 1792. Originally named Jakob Mayer Rothschild. He is the youngest child of Mayer. He was a German-French banker and is the founder of the French banking branch of the Rothschild family. He had 5 children.
Amschel Mayer Rothschild marries Eva Hanau in 1796.
In 1798, Mayer, grants his son, Nathan Mayer Rothschild, a major sum of money, and sends him to England, to advance the family interests in importing textile. This allowed him to establish a bank in the City of London known as N. M. Rothschild & Sons.
In 1806, Prince William, escapes Germany and assigns his $3,000,000 fortune over to Mayer Amschel Rothschild for guardianship, because Napoleon made it his objective to abolish the rulership and influence of the house of Hess-Cassel.
Nathan Mayer also marries Rothschild Hannah Barent Cohen during this time.
In 1808, Nathan Mayer Rothschild has his first child, Lionel Nathan de Rothschild.
In 1810, Mayer entered into a formal partnership agreement with his three eldest sons. Abraham Goldsmid and Sir Francis Baring die, leaving Nathan Mayer Rothschild as the last major remaining banker in England.
Salomon Mayer Rothschild launches the bank, M. von Rothschild und Söhne in Vienna, Austria. And Calmann ("Carl") established the branch in Naples, Italy.
The youngest son Jacob, was sent to Paris in 1811, strengthening the family's ability to operate across Europe by opening the bank “de Rothschild Frères. This allowed them to profit by funding the Wellington's armies in Portugal, which required them to secure large quantities of gold in favor of the British government.
The charter established between the Rothschild and the Bank of the United States in 1791 runs out in 1811 and Congress decided to vote against its renewal.
Andrew Jackson (7th President of the U.S. from 1829 to 1837) stated, “If Congress has a right under the Constitution to issue paper money, it was given them to use by themselves, not to be delegated to individuals or corporations.”
Nathan Mayer Rothschild replied, “Either the application for renewal of the charter is granted, or the United States will find itself involved in a most disastrous war.”
In 1812, Britain, which was supported by the Rothschild empire, declared war on the United States. The Rothschilds systematically arranged this war to cause the United States to build up a major debt due to them defending themselves. Eventually, they would have to surrender which forced them to renew the charter for the Rothschild owned Bank of the United States.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild perishes. In his will, he establishes very specific rules that the Rothschild must obey:
• All major positions in the family business may only be held by family members; specifically only male members, which included a rumored sixth bastard son. (Mayer Amschel also had five daughters. Their Zionist empire also included mixed offspring of Jewish decent.) • In order to preserve their fortune they had to intermarry with their first and second cousins (16 of the 18 marriages between Mayers’ grandchildren were between first cousins). • No publication of their estates or inventory • no legal action was to be taken with respect to the value of their fortune • The oldest son of the oldest son was to become the head of the family, but this could be reversed if the bulk of the family decided otherwise. 
The $3,000,000 entrusted to Mayer by Prince William is accounted for in the Jewish Encyclopaedia, 1905 edition, Volume 10, page 494, which states, “According to legend this money was hidden away in wine casks, and, escaping the search of Napoleon’s soldiers when they entered Frankfurt, was restored intact in the same casks in 1814, when the elector (Prince William IX of Hesse-Hanau) returned to the electorate (Germany). The facts are somewhat less romantic, and more businesslike.”
The money was never truly “returned” by Rothschild to Prince William, instead their families married each other for business purposes, to keep the money hidden and allowing both families to gain and grow the empire. The encyclopaedia also states, “Nathan Mayer Rothschild invested this $3,000,000 in, gold from the East India Company knowing that it would be needed for Wellington’s peninsula campaign.” The Rothschilds made, “no less than four profits: 1. i) On the sale of Wellington’s paper which he bought at 50 cents on the dollar and collected at par; 2. ii) on the sale of gold to Wellington; 3. iii) on its repurchase; and 4. iv) on forwarding it to Portugal.”
In 1815, the Rothschild brothers started their policy of financing both sides of the wars by the suppling them with gold Wellington’s army (Nathan in England) and Napoleon’s army (Jacob in France).
Since these brothers had banks spread out across Europe, it allowed them to set up an unmatched postal service grid of secret routes and couriers allowing them to be one step ahead of the crowd.
These couriers were the only ones allowed to pass through the French and English blockades, which then reported back to Nathan and kept him up to date with how the war was going allowing him to buy/sell stock successfully.
When the war ended and the British defeated Napoleon, Nathan, through past strategic planning made a return of 20:1 on his investments, which gave the Rothschilds complete control over the British economy forcing England to establish a different Bank of England, which Nathan controlled. He would later state,
“I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England to rule the Empire on which the sun never sets. The man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire, and I control the British money supply.”
The newly established Bank of England controlled by the Rothschilds changed their approach of shipping gold to different countries by using their five banks across Europe to set up a banking system of paper credits and, which is still used today.
In 1816, the Rothschild’s charter for the Bank of the United States was renewed for twenty more years giving the Rothschilds full control of the American money supply once again.
After the French’s defeat at Waterloo, the French attained major loans in 1817 to rebuild themselves.
In 1818, the Rothschilds, bought large amounts of French government bonds allowing them to take control of the French money supply. They also loaned the Prussian government £5,000,000.
In the year 1821, Kalmann (Carl Mayer Rothschild), was sent to Naples, Italy. There he conducted many business deals with Pope Gregory XVI and the Vatican, eventually coming up with the Order of St. George.
By 1823, the Rothschild empire has gained complete financial control over the Catholic Church operations, globally.
In 1827, Sir Walter Scott, published a nine volume set book series. In volume two he writes that the French Revolution was prepared by Adam Weishaipt’s Illuminati and funded by the Rothschilds’ European banking empire.
In 1835, the 7th president of the United States, Andrew Jackson, began placing the federal funds into banks managed by democratic bankers instead of the Rothschild governed Bank of the United States.
This lead to an assassination attempt being made on President Jackson, who would later declare that he knew the Rothschilds were at fault for the assassination attempt.
The Rothschilds gained ownership over the Almadén quicksilver mines in Spain. This was important, because quicksilver was a critical factor in the refining of gold or silver. This established a basic world monopoly for the Rothschild banking empire.
Nathan Mayer Rothschild dies in 1836. and his bank, N. M. Rothschild & Sons is taken over by his younger brother, James Mayer Rothschild.
In the year 1837, President Andrew Jackson succeeds in overthrowing the Rothschild controlled Bank of America. It wouldn’t be until the year 1913 that the Rothschilds could reestablish their third central bank in America, the (illegal) Federal Reserve.
In 1838, Amschel Mayer Rothschild declares, “Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.”
In 1840, the Rothschilds become stock brokers of the Bank of England. This allows them to set up agencies in Australia and California.
In 1844, Salomon Mayer Rothschild, buys the United Coal Mines of Vítkovice and a Hungarian Blast Furnace Company.
Jacob (James) Mayer Rothschild/Baron James de Rothschild, married his niece, Betty, who is the daughter of his brother Salomon Mayer Rothschild. James wins a deal allowing him to assemble the first major railroad line called the Chemin De Fer Du Nord, which ran from Paris to Valenciennes. Eventually this railway would join together with the Austrian rail-system built by his brother Salomon Mayer Rothschild.
In 1858, Lionel De Rothschild takes his seat in the British parliament making him the first Jewish member.
In 1861, the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln (1860-1865) secures loans through the Rothschilds to fund the American civil war via Charters, but these loans came at high interest rates (between 24% -36%).
So, Lincoln decided to print his own money, which was debt free and could be legally used in private and public debts/affairs. By April 1862, $449,338,902 of the debt free money Lincoln created was distributed.
In 1863, Italy, unifies causing the (Carl) Rothschild bank in Naples, Italy, to close. So the Rothschilds decided they would use their American assistant, John D. Rockefeller, to help establish an oil business also known as Standard Oil, who became the leader in the industry.
Alexander II (1855 – 1881), Tsar of Russia, also had issues with the Rothschilds, because he refused to let them set up a central bank in Russia. In 1864, Abraham Lincoln discovers this feud and request Tsar to help fund the Civil War. Tsar agrees and sends part of his navy to the coast of New York and California. Allowing Lincoln to win the Civil War.
In 1865, President Lincoln states in a statement to Congress, “I have two great enemies, the Southern Army in front of me, and the financial institution in the rear. Of the two, the one in my rear is my greatest foe.”
President Lincoln is assassinated later that year (1865).
Otto von Bismarck states in 1876, “The division of the United States into two federations of equal force was decided long before the civil war by the high financial power of Europe.These bankers were afraid that the United States, if they remained in one block and as one nation, would attain economical and financial independence, which would upset their financial domination over the world. The voice of the Rothschilds predominated. They foresaw the tremendous booty if they could substitute two feeble democracies, indebted to the financiers, to the vigorous Republic, confident and self-providing. Therefore they started their emissaries in order to exploit the question of slavery and thus dig an abyss between the two parts of the Republic.”
The 20th President of the United States, James A. Garfield (lasted only 100 Days) stated two weeks before he was assassinated in 1881, “Whoever controls the volume of money in our country is absolute master of all industry and commerce…and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.”
Edmond James de Rothschild has a son named Maurice de Rothschild. (Adolf Hitler is really Maurice de Rothschild with fake beard and hair piece and carries out his father’s (Baron Abraham Edmond Benjamin James de Rothschild 1845 –1934) work. Since the war caused a sugar shortage, Maurice would have also been the candy man aka Willy Wanka and his top hat 🎩 and cain in his photos match the part).
In 1886, The French Rothschild bank, de Rothschild Frères, gains the Russian oil fields and establishes the Caspian and Black Sea Petroleum Company, which eventually becomes second largest global oil producer.
The Rothschilds become the biggest shareholder of the De Beers company in 1887, which included mining valuable stones in India and Africa. They achieved this by financing the South Africa’s Kimberley diamond mines.
Maurice de Rothschild’s future wife, Noémie Halphen, is born in 1888.
Around 1891, the Rothschilds they purchased the Reuters news agency, to gain control of the media.
In 1895, Edmond James de Rothschild visits Palestine and begins helping fund the first Jewish colonies located there.
In 1897, The Rothschilds organize their first meeting with the Zionist Congress in Munich. However, this meeting was re-arranged to take place in Basle, Switzerland on Aug. 29th, due to Jewish resistance. This meeting is supervised by Theodor Herzl, who would declare in his diaries, “It is essential that the sufferings of Jews….become worse….this will assist in realization of our plans….I have an excellent idea….I shall induce anti-Semites to liquidate Jewish wealth….The anti-Semites will assist us thereby in that they will strengthen the persecution and oppression of Jews. The anti-Semites shall be our best friends.”
Herzl was elected to be the President of the Zionist Organization. The Zionist society adopted the Red Rothschild Hexagram Sign that Amschel Moses Rothschild placed on his house on Judengasse (Jewstreet), on their Zionist flag. This hexagram sign would end up on the flag of Israel 🇮🇱 51 years later.
The Rothschilds help fund Edward Henry Harriman. This allowed him to become the director of the Union Pacific Railroad which would eventually also gain control of the Southern Pacific Railroad.
In 1901 the Jewish colonies established by Edmond James de Rothschild in Palestine. They send him a delegation which states, “If you wish to save the Yishuv (The Jewish colonies) first take your hands from it, and…for once permit the colonists to have the possibility of correcting for themselves what needs correcting.”
Edmond James de Rothschild does not react very well to these news and states, “I created the Yishuv, I alone. Therefore no men, neither colonists nor organisations have the right to interfere in my plans.”
The M. A. von Rothschild und Söhne banking house in Frankfurt, Deutschland 🇩🇪, closes because there was no male Rothschild heir to take over the bank.
The Jewish Encyclopaedia (Vol. 2, p.497) states, “It is a somewhat curious sequel to the attempt to set up a Catholic competitor to the Rothschilds that at the present time the latter are the guardians of the papal treasure.”
In 1906, the Rothschilds insisted that the land was experiencing increased instability, while the Rockefellers were simultaneously becoming a rising competition. This was a lie, because in reality, the Rockefellers were the offspring of the Rothschilds through a female lineage. They owned Standard Oil, which is why they sold their Caspian Black Sea and Caspian Petroleum to Shell and Royal Dutch.
John F. Hylan, then mayor of New York, states in 1911, “The real menace of our republic is the invisible government which, like a giant octopus, sprawls its slimy length over our city, state and nation. At the head is a small group of banking houses, generally referred to as international bankers.”
George R. Conroy talks about the Rothschild banker Jacob Schiff in the December 1912 issue of, “Truth,” magazine, and states, “Mr Schiff is head of the great private banking house of Kuhn, Loeb, and co, which represents the Rothschilds interests on this side of the Atlantic. He has been described as financial strategist and has been for years the financial minister of the great impersonal power known as Standard Oil. He was hand in glove with the Harrimans, the Goulds, and the Rockefellers in all their railroad enterprises and has become the dominant power in the railroad and financial power of America.”
The Anti Defamation League (ADL) is established in the United States by the Rothschilds in 1913, which labeled anyone who challenged the Global Elite as “anti-Semitic.” This is also the year that they founded their last central bank which still exists today, the Federal Reserve.
After the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was passed/singed into law on December 23, by the 28th President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson, which created the Federal Reserve Banking System, Congressman Charles Lindbergh, stated, “The Act establishes the most gigantic trust on earth. When the President signs this Bill, the invisible government of the monetary power will be legalized…….The greatest crime of the ages is perpetrated by this banking and currency bill.”
The Federal Reserve System is a private Organization also known as a charity and is Illegal!!! They also do not publish their accounts*
By the year 1914 the Rothschilds have gained control of multiple European media agencies, which included, Havas (est. 1835) in France, Wolff (est. 1849) in Germany, and Reuters (est. 1851) in England. Wolff News company was used to systematically shape German individuals into believing war the way to go. Since the Rothschilds owned the media now, they were seldomly reported on.
Since, Tsar Alexander II choose to side with President Lincoln in the Cvil War in 1864, he and his whole family in Russia were executed in 1917 by an order of the Rothschilds. They kill the entire family to show the world what happens when you try to cross them.
In 1919, Baron Edmond de Rothschild, the boss, hosted the Versailles peace convention, which meets after the end of World War I to determine what must be repaid by the Germans to the victors. In this conference, it is also officially declared that Israel would be considered a Jewish homeland. Control of Palestine was handed to Britain, which the Rothschilds ruled.
The Times of London report on March 29th on the Bolsheviks in Russia stating, “One of the curious features of the Bolshevist movement is the high percentage of non Russian elements among its leaders. Of the twenty or thirty commissaries, or leaders, who provide the central machinery of the Bolshevist movement, not less than 75% were Jews.”
The Rothschilds were not happy with the Russians because they did not want them to establish their own central bank within their community. So they hired Jewish agents to spy on Russia and plant seeds in the heads of the Russian community about a revolution that would assist the common man by promoting rebellion through riots. The Rothschilds strategically set this up to conquer Russia, so they could establish their own bank there.
The International Edition of the Jewish Post (January 1991)verifies that Vladimir Lenin was Jewish and was caught on record declaring, “The establishment of a central bank is 90% of communizing a nation.”
These Jewish Bolsheviks, funded by the Rothschild would end up would end up slaughtering 60 million Non-Jews and Christians in a Soviet controlled region.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, an author, confirms in his writings, “Gulag Archipelago, Vol 2,” that the Zionist Jews planned and executed the Soviet concentration camp structure. Where millions of Non-Jews and Christians died. On page 79 of his book he mentions the names of the leaders who were behind these camps. This included the Zionist Jews, Yakov Rappoport, Aron Solts, Naftaly Frenkel, Lazar Kogan, Genrikh Yagoda, and Matvei Berman.
The role of adjusting the daily global gold prices is permanently handed over to M. Rothschild & Sons’. Every day around 1100 hours this change took place in the City of London offices, in the same room, until 2004.
N. M. Rothschild & Sons banking house invests in the Underground Electric Railways Company of London Ltd in 1926 giving them total control of the London railway transport system.
Maurice de Rothschild son, Edmond de Rothschild is also born in 1926.
By 1933, the Rothschilds controlled the supply machines of IBM, which produced punch cards (used to input data into the first computers), which allowed the Nazis to organize and identify the Jewish individuals and kept track of their confiscated property and eventual extermination.
The Swiss bank secrecy laws are altered in 1934, making it a violation for any bank employee to breach the bank secrecy. This was arranged by the Rothschilds to prepare for World War II, where again, they would back both sides.
The Austrian bank in Vienna, S. M. von Rothschild und Söhne, closed in 1938 after the Nazi settlement of Austria.
The biggest producer of steel Germany and preeminent manufacturer of chemicals for the world was a company called, I.G. Farben, who in 1939, suddenly ramped up its production in order to equip Germany for World War II. The Rothschilds controlled I.G. Farben, who also produced the Zyklon B gas used to exterminate the Jewish population. The Rothschilds also used the Jews and other people in the concentration camps for slave labor.
World War II begins in 1939.
The book, “Inside The Gestapo,” written by Hansjurgen Koehler in 1940, mentions Adolf Hitler’s grandmother, Maria Anna Schicklgruber, and states, “A little servant girl…….came to Vienna and became a domestic servant…….at the Rothschild mansion…….and Hitler’s unknown grandfather must be probably looked for in this magnificent house.”
In Walter Langer book, “The Mind Of Hitler,” he supports this statement by writing, “Adolf’s father, Alois Hitler, was the illegitimate son of Maria Anna Schicklgruber…….Maria Anna Schicklgruber was living in Vienna at the time she conceived. At that time she was employed as a servant in the home of Baron Rothschild. As soon as the family discovered her pregnancy she was sent back home…….where Alois was born.”
Prescott Bush was the father of George Herbert Walker Bush and the grandfather of George W. Bush, both future presidents. He helped finance Hitler from America. Due to his funding, his organization was seized in the, “Trading With The Enemy Act of 1942.”
World War II ends in 1945. It is also noted that the I.G. Farben companies only sustained 15% damage, concluding that they were not a target in the bombing of Germany. Any information connecting Western aid to Hitler is censored through the Nazi War Crimes investigation held at the end of World War II by the tribunals.
In Spring of 1948, the 33rd President of the United States Harry S. Truman (1945 – 1953) is bribed with $2,000,000 by the Rothschilds to acknowledge Israel (Rothschild owned) as a Jewish sovereign state in Palestine. The United States is the first nation to recognize it and the new flag is soon revealed. The new Israel flag depicted a blue hexagram on it, which was exactly like the red Rothschild hexagram, found on Amschel Moses Rothschild’s doorstep.
The Jewish knew the hexagram represented the “Moloch,” which was the biblical name of a Canaanite god relating to child sacrifice, by means of fire or war. The stone owl located at the Bohemian Grove worshipped by the elite is also named Moloch and Astaroth (Lord Treasurer of Hell). The hexagram also symbolized Saturn, which has been identified as the mystical name for “Satan.” This would mean that anyone murdered in the name of Israel was in reality an offering to Satan.
In 1953, the British Newfoundland Corporation Ltd was founded by N. M. Rothschild & Sons of London. They build a power plant to harness the electricity of the Hamilton (renamed Churchill) Falls (waterfall) on 60,000 square miles of terrain in Newfoundland, Canada.
Edmond de Rothschild established Compagnie Financiere, Paris, in 1955.
In the year 1962, the French banking house, de Rothschild Frères, founded Imétal, a shade company for all their mineral excavating shares.
A book called, “The Rothschilds”, written by Frederic Morton writes, “Though they control scores of industrial, commercial, mining and tourist corporations, not one bears the name Rothschild. Being private partnerships, the family houses never need to, and never do, publish a single public balance sheet, or any other report of their financial condition.”
This statement showcases the true mission of the Rothschilds. It was their objective to eradicate all competition and establish their own global monopoly.
On July 4th 1962, the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, held a speech at Independence Hall, in which he mocked the Declaration of Independence and states that the Constitution, “stressed not Independence but Interdependence.”
On June 4th 1963, the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, issues the Executive Order 11110, which returned the power to distribute currency back to the U.S. government, without having to go through the Federal Reserve possessed by the Rothschilds.
On November 22nd 1963, Kennedy was shot by the Rothschilds. Kennedy’s motive was to distribute and print American currency for the American people. Abraham Lincoln was assassinated for the same reason in 1865 by the Rothschilds.
The 37th President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson, declares the Executive Order 11110 as void, the same day that Kennedy was killed.
La Compagnie Financière Edmond de Rothschild (LCF), in Switzerland, an investment bank with many associates is established by Edmond de Rothschild. Today, this bank is known as the Swiss Bank. Edmond marries Nadine and have a son together named, Benjamin de Rothschild.
In 1973, Gary Allen, wrote a book called, None Dare Call It Conspiracy, which states, “One major reason for the historical blackout on the role of the international bankers in political history is the Rothschilds were Jewish… ….The Jewish members of the conspiracy have used an organisation called The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) as an instrument to try and convince everyone that any mention of the Rothschilds and their allies is an attack on all Jews. In this way they have stifled almost all honest scholarship on international bankers and made the subject taboo within universities. Any individual or book exploring this subject is immediately attacked by hundreds of ADL communities all over the country. The ADL has never let the truth or logic interfere with its highly professional smear jobs… ….Actually, nobody has a right to be more angry at the Rothschild clique than their fellow Jews… ….The Rothschild empire helped finance Adolf Hitler.”
IBM was controlled by the Rothschilds through their employee, George J. Laurer. IBM creates the UPC (Universal Product Code) barcode, which is placed upon every product traded worldwide. IBM’s UPC barcode bears the mark of the beast, 666. Everything bought or sold is therefore the mark of the beast.
The Book of Revelation 13:17 says, “No man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”
The Churchill Falls power plant in Newfoundland, Canada, is finished. N. M. Rothschild & Sons of London, adds an asset management company, called the Rothschild Private Management Limited, which traded globally. Today this company is know as Rothschild & Co.
In 1980, global privatization starts due to the Rothschilds plan to eventually seize power of all publicly held assets.
In 1981, a new bank called, Compagnie Européenne de Banque is established in France. The successor to this bank is Rothschild & Cie Banque (RCB), which eventually becomes a leading French investment company.
Eustace Mullins writes in 1985, “Who Owns The TV Networks,“ where he discloses that the Rothschilds control of the three dominant U.S. Networks at the time: NBC; CBS; and ABC.
Edmond de Rothschild sets up the World Conservation Bank in 1987, which transferred debts from third world countries into his bank. This allowed the Rothschilds to gain land as a return from these countries. The Rothschilds systematically designed this system to gain control of the third world countries, which were about 30% of the land on Earth.
The French and British Rothschilds declare in 1989, the launch of a new branch called, Rothschild GmbH, located in Frankfurt, Germany.
Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman, Paul A. Volker becomes the new Chairman of the banking firm, J. Rothschild, Wolfensohn and Co. in Europe in March 1992.
In 1995, Dr Kitty Little, a past atomic energy scientist, stated that the Rothschilds now possessed 80% of the uranium supplies globally, creating their nuclear power monopoly.
The European Central Bank is established in 1998 and is located in Frankfurt, Germany.
George W. Bush, becomes the 43rd President of the United States in the year 2000. Bush and his family declare they are the ancestors of the House of Plantagenet, whose linage stems from the Royal House of Judah.
The September 11th attack of the Twin Towers was arranged by the United States, Britain, and Israel, through an order received from the Rothschilds. It was their goal to gain security and control over the world, while simultaneously eliminating the liberty of people globally. The Rothschild’s terrorist attack allowed them to gain power over nations who refused to build a central Rothschild bank. One of these 7 nations was Afghanistan, (at the time a nation without R. Bank, but 9/11 changed this.)
They also will use the attacks to gain control of the few nations in the world who don’t allow Rothschild central banks and so less than one month after these attacks, US forces attack Afghanistan, one of only 7 nations in the world who don’t have a Rothschild controlled central bank.
A week before the twin tower attack, the Zim Shipping Company, located in the World Trade Centers, break their lease and leave behind their work station. No explanation has been given, but it is know that the Zim Shipping Company is half owned by the State of Israel, which is owned by The Rothschilds.
In the year 2003, Iraq (Ancient Babylon), is one of the last six nations left that who don’t have a central bank owned by the Rothschilds. The war in Iraq was mostly about robbing their water sources for Israel. Israel has always struggled for water. Water is rare in Israel, so to them water is far more valuable than the oil reserves, which happen to be the second largest oil reserves on the globe.
In 2006, the Edmond De Rothschild Banque a secondary branch of the Edmond De Rothschild bank in France, is the first foreign bank to acquire authorization of the China to enter China’s economic market.
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2020.11.25 15:57 enterprisevalue Ontario November 25 update: 1373 New Cases, 1476 Recoveries, 35 Deaths, 36,076 tests (3.81% positive), Current ICUs: 159 (+0 vs. yesterday) (+32 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-25.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (US states) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1373 1388.5 1422.1 73.3 75.1 55.8 31.5 11.7 1.1 52.8 37.3 10
Toronto PHU 445 418.1 459.9 107.2 117.8 25.2 64.1 10 0.6 51.6 36.9 11.5
Peel 415 414 400.6 209.7 202.9 85.1 9 5.3 0.6 59.1 35 5.9
York 136 150.4 143.9 94.9 90.7 62.7 27.2 9.8 0.4 45.8 43.5 10.9
Waterloo Region 61 48 54.1 62.8 70.8 48.8 31 19.6 0.6 48.8 41.4 9.9
Hamilton 49 43.7 34 57 44.3 41.5 32.4 26.1 0 47.4 31 21.6
Windsor 48 40 24.3 70.2 42.6 41.4 20.4 33.9 4.3 54.9 34.3 10.7
Simcoe-Muskoka 30 27.1 26.6 35.2 34.4 58.9 25.8 13.7 1.6 45.8 44.7 9.5
Halton 30 37.1 54.9 47.4 70 63.8 12.7 23.1 0.4 45 40.8 14.7
London 26 19.1 11.9 29.4 18.2 46.3 17.2 33.6 3 61.2 25.4 13.4
Durham 26 41.7 54.6 45.2 59.1 70.2 10.6 17.1 2.1 56.1 39.7 4.4
Ottawa 23 37.7 50.7 28.3 38 65.9 11.7 15.2 7.2 56.5 31.8 11.8
Niagara 17 22.6 19.4 35.3 30.4 46.8 26.6 24.1 2.5 46.2 45.7 8.2
Thunder Bay 13 9 6.4 41.5 29.6 30.2 11.1 57.1 1.6 17.5 46 36.6
Wellington-Guelph 13 20.7 17.3 51 42.5 65.5 26.2 6.9 1.4 49 41.4 9
Southwestern 7 5.9 9.9 46.1 77.5 58.5 22 14.6 4.9 56.1 36.6 7.3
Hastings 6 3 1.6 13 6.8 57.1 38.1 4.8 0 57.1 33.3 9.5
Eastern Ontario 5 5 6 17.3 20.7 60 5.7 34.3 0 45.7 31.4 22.9
Brant 5 9.9 7 51.1 36.3 50.7 39.1 10.1 0 46.3 37.6 15.9
North Bay 3 1.4 1 8.1 5.7 60 20 20 0 70 30 0
Renfrew 3 2 0.3 13.5 1.9 85.7 14.3 0 0 35.7 64.3 0
Rest 12 32.1 37.7 12.9 15.1 59.6 32.9 4.4 3.1 50.6 36.5 12.9
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 4889 5139.4 4775.9 95.7 88.9 6.38
Ontario 1009 1395 1423.1 67 68.4 3.59
Alberta 1115 1224.9 869.9 196.1 139.3 6.85
Quebec 1124 1182.3 1271.9 97.5 104.9 11.86
British Columbia 941 669.6 631.7 92.4 87.2 10.32
Manitoba 471 421.4 390 215.4 199.4 13.35
Saskatchewan 175 208.7 172.6 124.4 102.8 11.65
Nunavut 10 12 8.3 216.6 149.6 19.44
Nova Scotia 37 10.9 2.7 7.8 2 1.12
New Brunswick 5 10.1 3.4 9.1 3.1 1.5
Newfoundland 2 2.6 1.1 3.4 1.5 0.71
Yukon 0 1.9 0.3 31.8 4.9 2.92
Prince Edward Island 0 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.6 0.04
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths: The <20 year old death from yesterday got reversed.
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-25
Peel 30s MALE Close contact 2020-11-24 2020-11-21 1
Wellington-Guelph 50s UNSPECIFIED Community 2020-11-23 2020-11-18 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-11-18 2020-11-17 1
York 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-16 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-16 2020-11-15 1
Peel 80s MALE Close contact 2020-11-20 2020-11-15 1
Southwestern 70s MALE Close contact 2020-11-15 2020-11-14 1
Hamilton 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-13 1
Ottawa 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-15 2020-11-13 1
Niagara 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-13 1
Waterloo Region 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-13 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-13 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-11-13 2020-11-13 1
Peel 80s MALE Close contact 2020-11-13 2020-11-11 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-11-21 2020-11-11 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-10 1
Peterborough 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-17 2020-11-10 1
Ottawa 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-09 1
Hamilton 19 & under FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-19 2020-11-09 -1
Peel 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-09 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-08 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-08 2020-11-06 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-06 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-08 2020-11-06 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-07 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-05 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-05 1
Peel 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-05 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-05 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-03 2020-11-02 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-03 2020-11-02 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-08 2020-11-02 -1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-02 -1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-04 2020-11-01 -1
Ottawa 70s FEMALE Community 2020-11-04 2020-10-31 1
Ottawa 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-01 2020-10-30 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-10-30 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-23 2020-10-23 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-09 2020-10-08 1
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2020.11.25 15:57 enterprisevalue Ontario November 25 update: 1373 New Cases, 1476 Recoveries, 35 Deaths, 36,076 tests (3.81% positive), Current ICUs: 159 (+0 vs. yesterday) (+32 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-25.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (US states) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1373 1388.5 1422.1 73.3 75.1 55.8 31.5 11.7 1.1 52.8 37.3 10
Toronto PHU 445 418.1 459.9 107.2 117.8 25.2 64.1 10 0.6 51.6 36.9 11.5
Peel 415 414 400.6 209.7 202.9 85.1 9 5.3 0.6 59.1 35 5.9
York 136 150.4 143.9 94.9 90.7 62.7 27.2 9.8 0.4 45.8 43.5 10.9
Waterloo Region 61 48 54.1 62.8 70.8 48.8 31 19.6 0.6 48.8 41.4 9.9
Hamilton 49 43.7 34 57 44.3 41.5 32.4 26.1 0 47.4 31 21.6
Windsor 48 40 24.3 70.2 42.6 41.4 20.4 33.9 4.3 54.9 34.3 10.7
Simcoe-Muskoka 30 27.1 26.6 35.2 34.4 58.9 25.8 13.7 1.6 45.8 44.7 9.5
Halton 30 37.1 54.9 47.4 70 63.8 12.7 23.1 0.4 45 40.8 14.7
London 26 19.1 11.9 29.4 18.2 46.3 17.2 33.6 3 61.2 25.4 13.4
Durham 26 41.7 54.6 45.2 59.1 70.2 10.6 17.1 2.1 56.1 39.7 4.4
Ottawa 23 37.7 50.7 28.3 38 65.9 11.7 15.2 7.2 56.5 31.8 11.8
Niagara 17 22.6 19.4 35.3 30.4 46.8 26.6 24.1 2.5 46.2 45.7 8.2
Thunder Bay 13 9 6.4 41.5 29.6 30.2 11.1 57.1 1.6 17.5 46 36.6
Wellington-Guelph 13 20.7 17.3 51 42.5 65.5 26.2 6.9 1.4 49 41.4 9
Southwestern 7 5.9 9.9 46.1 77.5 58.5 22 14.6 4.9 56.1 36.6 7.3
Hastings 6 3 1.6 13 6.8 57.1 38.1 4.8 0 57.1 33.3 9.5
Eastern Ontario 5 5 6 17.3 20.7 60 5.7 34.3 0 45.7 31.4 22.9
Brant 5 9.9 7 51.1 36.3 50.7 39.1 10.1 0 46.3 37.6 15.9
North Bay 3 1.4 1 8.1 5.7 60 20 20 0 70 30 0
Renfrew 3 2 0.3 13.5 1.9 85.7 14.3 0 0 35.7 64.3 0
Rest 12 32.1 37.7 12.9 15.1 59.6 32.9 4.4 3.1 50.6 36.5 12.9
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 4889 5139.4 4775.9 95.7 88.9 6.38
Ontario 1009 1395 1423.1 67 68.4 3.59
Alberta 1115 1224.9 869.9 196.1 139.3 6.85
Quebec 1124 1182.3 1271.9 97.5 104.9 11.86
British Columbia 941 669.6 631.7 92.4 87.2 10.32
Manitoba 471 421.4 390 215.4 199.4 13.35
Saskatchewan 175 208.7 172.6 124.4 102.8 11.65
Nunavut 10 12 8.3 216.6 149.6 19.44
Nova Scotia 37 10.9 2.7 7.8 2 1.12
New Brunswick 5 10.1 3.4 9.1 3.1 1.5
Newfoundland 2 2.6 1.1 3.4 1.5 0.71
Yukon 0 1.9 0.3 31.8 4.9 2.92
Prince Edward Island 0 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.6 0.04
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths: The <20 year old death from yesterday got reversed.
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-25
Peel 30s MALE Close contact 2020-11-24 2020-11-21 1
Wellington-Guelph 50s UNSPECIFIED Community 2020-11-23 2020-11-18 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-11-18 2020-11-17 1
York 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-16 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-16 2020-11-15 1
Peel 80s MALE Close contact 2020-11-20 2020-11-15 1
Southwestern 70s MALE Close contact 2020-11-15 2020-11-14 1
Hamilton 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-13 1
Ottawa 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-15 2020-11-13 1
Niagara 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-13 1
Waterloo Region 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-13 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-13 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-11-13 2020-11-13 1
Peel 80s MALE Close contact 2020-11-13 2020-11-11 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-11-21 2020-11-11 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-10 1
Peterborough 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-17 2020-11-10 1
Ottawa 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-09 1
Hamilton 19 & under FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-19 2020-11-09 -1
Peel 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-09 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-08 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-08 2020-11-06 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Peel 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-06 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-08 2020-11-06 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-07 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-05 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-05 1
Peel 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-05 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-05 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-03 2020-11-02 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-03 2020-11-02 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-08 2020-11-02 -1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-02 -1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-04 2020-11-01 -1
Ottawa 70s FEMALE Community 2020-11-04 2020-10-31 1
Ottawa 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-01 2020-10-30 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-10-30 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-23 2020-10-23 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-09 2020-10-08 1
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2020.11.25 01:15 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Athletico Paranaense 1-1 River Plate [CONMEBOL Libertadores]

FT: Athletico Paranaense 1-1 River Plate

Athletico Paranaense Score River Plate
Guilherme Bissoli 57' [1]-0
1-[1] P. Díaz 90'
Date: 24/11/2020 — 23:15 CET, 17:15 EST, 22:15 GMT, 03:45 IST
Competition: CONMEBOL Libertadores
Venue: Arena da Baixada (Curitiba, Paraná)
Referee: A. Rojas

Lineups

Athletico Paranaense Notes River Plate Notes
DWWWW DWWWL
Manager: Paulo Autuori Manager: M. Gallardo
24 Bento 1 F. Armani
4 Thiago Heleno 22 J. Pinola
34 Pedro Henrique 20 M. Casco SUB 74'
5 Wellington 17 P. Díaz G 90'
18 Léo Cittadini YC 27' 29 G. Montiel YC 82'
35 Richard SUB 79' 24 E. Pérez YC 78'
26 Erick A 57' 26 I. Fernández
25 Reinaldo YC 35'; 2YC 66' 11 N. De La Cruz SUB 58'
23 João Victor SUB 75' 13 S. Sosa
7 Carlos Eduardo YC 28'; SUB 46' 7 M. Suárez
29 Renato Kayzer SUB 46' 19 R. Borré SUB 66'

Substitutes

Athletico Paranaense: Guilherme Bissoli (SUB 46'; G 57'), Walter (SUB 46'), F. Aguilar (SUB 75'), L. González (SUB 79'), Bruno Leite, Ravanelli, Lucas Halter, Fabinho, Leonardo Linck, Jorginho, Khellven
River Plate: J. Carrascal (SUB 58'), J. Álvarez (SUB 66'; A 90'), L. Pratto (SUB 74'), G. Lux, C. Ferreira, L. Ponzio, F. Girotti, E. Bologna, F. Angileri, R. Rojas, L. Beltrán, B. Zuculini

Timeline

27': Yellow card shown to Léo Cittadini ( Athletico Paranaense).
28': Yellow card shown to Carlos Eduardo ( Athletico Paranaense).
35': Yellow card shown to Reinaldo ( Athletico Paranaense).
46': Substitution for Athletico Paranaense: Guilherme Bissoli in, Renato Kayzer out.
46': Substitution for Athletico Paranaense: Walter in, Carlos Eduardo out.
57': Goal! Guilherme Bissoli scores [Erick assist] — Athletico Paranaense [1]-0 River Plate .
58': Substitution for River Plate: J. Carrascal in, N. De La Cruz out.
66': Red card (2nd yellow) shown to Reinaldo ( Athletico Paranaense).
66': Substitution for River Plate: J. Álvarez in, R. Borré out.
74': Substitution for River Plate: L. Pratto in, M. Casco out.
75': Substitution for Athletico Paranaense: F. Aguilar in, João Victor out.
78': Yellow card shown to E. Pérez ( River Plate).
79': Substitution for Athletico Paranaense: L. González in, Richard out.
82': Yellow card shown to G. Montiel ( River Plate).
90': Goal! P. Díaz scores [J. Álvarez assist] — Athletico Paranaense 1-[1] River Plate .
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2020.11.24 16:00 enterprisevalue Ontario November 24 update: 1009 New Cases, 1082 Recoveries, 14 Deaths, 27,053 tests (3.73% positive), Current ICUs: 159 (+3 vs. yesterday) (+32 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-24.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (US states) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+ More Averages->> Oct Sep Aug Jul Jun May
Total 1009 1394.9 1423.1 73.6 75.1 63 47.1 -11.3 1.2 52.8 37.6 9.7 774.8 313.4 100.1 133.8 240.3 376.7
Toronto PHU 497 413.1 456.1 105.9 116.9 39.1 88.1 -27.8 0.6 51.5 37.5 11.1 286.2 110.4 21.1 33.9 97.7 168.9
Peel 175 420.9 401.3 213.2 203.3 78.5 16.7 4.1 0.6 59 34.9 5.8 151.9 65.7 19.7 23.9 45.2 69.4
York 118 156.4 144.1 98.7 90.9 60.5 40.1 -0.8 0.3 45 44.4 10.4 80.3 26.1 6.2 9.7 18.8 28.8
Waterloo Region 40 47 52.1 61.5 68.2 51.1 31 17.6 0.3 49.5 40.5 10.1 13.6 9 2.8 2.7 7.2 13.2
Windsor 31 35.6 23.4 62.4 41.1 58.6 39.8 -2.8 4.4 52.6 38.2 9.2 5.6 4.6 7 22.8 20.9 12.3
Simcoe-Muskoka 25 26.4 26.9 34.2 34.8 65.9 22.2 9.7 2.2 43.3 44.9 11.9 15.6 6.3 1.5 2.1 4.3 6.4
Niagara 19 21.4 24.1 33.5 37.7 56 29.3 12.7 2 48 42.7 9.4 11.4 4.6 2.4 3.5 3.8 5.1
Ottawa 19 37.6 51.6 28.2 38.6 231.9 140.7 -284.8 12.2 56.7 33.1 10.3 86.5 44.9 14.4 14.1 4.7 20.5
Durham 16 43.7 57.9 47.4 62.7 66.3 17.6 14.1 2 54.7 40.2 5.5 26.7 8.8 3 3.4 8.2 16.6
Wellington-Guelph 16 22.1 15 54.5 36.9 57.4 34.8 6.5 1.3 51 39.9 8.4 7 2.8 1.1 1.7 3.2 3.6
Hamilton 10 43.3 36.3 56.4 47.3 38.9 32.3 28.4 0.3 48.2 30.3 21.4 20.9 6.1 2.7 1.7 5.4 8.4
Brant 6 9.6 7.4 49.7 38.5 46.3 64.2 -10.4 0 46.2 38.9 14.9 4.5 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.5
London 6 15.7 14.4 24.1 22.2 57.3 26.4 12.7 3.6 64.5 25.5 10 8.4 4.8 1.8 1.5 3.1 4.3
Halton 5 41.9 50.1 53.4 64 63.1 23.9 12.6 0.3 47.8 38.2 13.9 27.9 9.7 1.9 2.3 3.7 6.2
Huron Perth 5 5.1 6.7 60.7 79.3 58.3 41.7 0 0 49.9 38.9 11.2 0.8 0.2 1.7 0.4 0.2 0.2
Southwestern 4 6.9 9.6 53.9 75.3 60.4 33.3 2.1 4.2 54.2 31.2 14.5 1.7 0.5 3.6 1.9 0.3 0.5
Lambton 4 2.4 1 13.4 5.5 35.3 82.4 -17.6 0 70.6 17.7 11.8 0.8 0.3 1.3 0.5 0.7 2.7
Northwestern 3 2.9 0.9 26.2 7.8 45 35 15 5 40 50 10 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.2
Peterborough 3 2.3 3 11.6 15.2 0 50 50 0 50 37.5 12.4 0.9 0.5 0.3 0 0.3 0
Rest 7 40.6 41.2 13.7 13.8 56.8 20.7 20.4 2.1 44.5 41.8 14.4 23.4 7 6.9 6.7 11.6 8.9
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5713 5051.9 4779.6 94.1 89 6.57
Ontario 1589 1429.3 1443 68.7 69.4 3.69
Alberta 1549 1176 861.3 188.3 137.9 8.21
Quebec 1164 1162 1297.6 95.9 107 11.4
British Columbia 594 637.6 604.3 88 83.4 10.03
Manitoba 543 392.6 406.3 200.7 207.7 12.72
Saskatchewan 235 218 156.4 129.9 93.2 12.36
Nunavut 4 15.4 3.4 278.5 61.9 24.88
New Brunswick 15 10 2.9 9 2.6 1.56
Nova Scotia 11 6.3 2.4 4.5 1.8 0.69
Newfoundland 2 2.6 0.9 3.4 1.1 0.75
Yukon 6 2 0.1 34.3 2.4 3.6
Prince Edward Island 1 0.1 0.3 0.6 1.3 0.05
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-24
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-21 2020-11-19 -1
Eastern Ontario 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-16 1
Niagara 50s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-18 2020-11-15 1
Hamilton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-20 2020-11-15 1
York 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-16 2020-11-14 1
London 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-13 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-12 1
Ottawa 70s MALE Community 2020-11-17 2020-11-11 1
Hamilton 19 & under FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-19 2020-11-09 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-08 2020-11-05 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-05 1
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-05 2020-11-02 1
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2020.11.24 16:00 enterprisevalue Ontario November 24 update: 1009 New Cases, 1082 Recoveries, 14 Deaths, 27,053 tests (3.73% positive), Current ICUs: 159 (+3 vs. yesterday) (+32 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-24.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (US states) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+ More Averages->> Oct Sep Aug Jul Jun May
Total 1009 1394.9 1423.1 73.6 75.1 63 47.1 -11.3 1.2 52.8 37.6 9.7 774.8 313.4 100.1 133.8 240.3 376.7
Toronto PHU 497 413.1 456.1 105.9 116.9 39.1 88.1 -27.8 0.6 51.5 37.5 11.1 286.2 110.4 21.1 33.9 97.7 168.9
Peel 175 420.9 401.3 213.2 203.3 78.5 16.7 4.1 0.6 59 34.9 5.8 151.9 65.7 19.7 23.9 45.2 69.4
York 118 156.4 144.1 98.7 90.9 60.5 40.1 -0.8 0.3 45 44.4 10.4 80.3 26.1 6.2 9.7 18.8 28.8
Waterloo Region 40 47 52.1 61.5 68.2 51.1 31 17.6 0.3 49.5 40.5 10.1 13.6 9 2.8 2.7 7.2 13.2
Windsor 31 35.6 23.4 62.4 41.1 58.6 39.8 -2.8 4.4 52.6 38.2 9.2 5.6 4.6 7 22.8 20.9 12.3
Simcoe-Muskoka 25 26.4 26.9 34.2 34.8 65.9 22.2 9.7 2.2 43.3 44.9 11.9 15.6 6.3 1.5 2.1 4.3 6.4
Niagara 19 21.4 24.1 33.5 37.7 56 29.3 12.7 2 48 42.7 9.4 11.4 4.6 2.4 3.5 3.8 5.1
Ottawa 19 37.6 51.6 28.2 38.6 231.9 140.7 -284.8 12.2 56.7 33.1 10.3 86.5 44.9 14.4 14.1 4.7 20.5
Durham 16 43.7 57.9 47.4 62.7 66.3 17.6 14.1 2 54.7 40.2 5.5 26.7 8.8 3 3.4 8.2 16.6
Wellington-Guelph 16 22.1 15 54.5 36.9 57.4 34.8 6.5 1.3 51 39.9 8.4 7 2.8 1.1 1.7 3.2 3.6
Hamilton 10 43.3 36.3 56.4 47.3 38.9 32.3 28.4 0.3 48.2 30.3 21.4 20.9 6.1 2.7 1.7 5.4 8.4
Brant 6 9.6 7.4 49.7 38.5 46.3 64.2 -10.4 0 46.2 38.9 14.9 4.5 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.5
London 6 15.7 14.4 24.1 22.2 57.3 26.4 12.7 3.6 64.5 25.5 10 8.4 4.8 1.8 1.5 3.1 4.3
Halton 5 41.9 50.1 53.4 64 63.1 23.9 12.6 0.3 47.8 38.2 13.9 27.9 9.7 1.9 2.3 3.7 6.2
Huron Perth 5 5.1 6.7 60.7 79.3 58.3 41.7 0 0 49.9 38.9 11.2 0.8 0.2 1.7 0.4 0.2 0.2
Southwestern 4 6.9 9.6 53.9 75.3 60.4 33.3 2.1 4.2 54.2 31.2 14.5 1.7 0.5 3.6 1.9 0.3 0.5
Lambton 4 2.4 1 13.4 5.5 35.3 82.4 -17.6 0 70.6 17.7 11.8 0.8 0.3 1.3 0.5 0.7 2.7
Northwestern 3 2.9 0.9 26.2 7.8 45 35 15 5 40 50 10 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.2
Peterborough 3 2.3 3 11.6 15.2 0 50 50 0 50 37.5 12.4 0.9 0.5 0.3 0 0.3 0
Rest 7 40.6 41.2 13.7 13.8 56.8 20.7 20.4 2.1 44.5 41.8 14.4 23.4 7 6.9 6.7 11.6 8.9
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5713 5051.9 4779.6 94.1 89 6.57
Ontario 1589 1429.3 1443 68.7 69.4 3.69
Alberta 1549 1176 861.3 188.3 137.9 8.21
Quebec 1164 1162 1297.6 95.9 107 11.4
British Columbia 594 637.6 604.3 88 83.4 10.03
Manitoba 543 392.6 406.3 200.7 207.7 12.72
Saskatchewan 235 218 156.4 129.9 93.2 12.36
Nunavut 4 15.4 3.4 278.5 61.9 24.88
New Brunswick 15 10 2.9 9 2.6 1.56
Nova Scotia 11 6.3 2.4 4.5 1.8 0.69
Newfoundland 2 2.6 0.9 3.4 1.1 0.75
Yukon 6 2 0.1 34.3 2.4 3.6
Prince Edward Island 1 0.1 0.3 0.6 1.3 0.05
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-24
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-21 2020-11-19 -1
Eastern Ontario 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-16 1
Niagara 50s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-18 2020-11-15 1
Hamilton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-20 2020-11-15 1
York 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-16 2020-11-14 1
London 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-13 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-13 2020-11-12 1
Ottawa 70s MALE Community 2020-11-17 2020-11-11 1
Hamilton 19 & under FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-19 2020-11-09 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-06 1
Peel 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-08 2020-11-05 1
Peel 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-05 1
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-05 2020-11-02 1
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2020.11.23 22:21 Dr_Frunkenstein Other NZ Facebook groups similar to Vic Deals?

Mōrena Wellington,
I'm a frequent lurker on Wellington and Vic Deals, both of which I find are great ways of keeping up to date with goings on within the wider Wellington community.
However, I have been struggling to find similar Facebook-based communities in other parts of the country. Is anyone able to recommend any other specifically Kiwi Facebook communities? Groups which are as active and diverse as Vic Deals would be most ideal, but open to any suggestions!
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2020.11.23 15:54 enterprisevalue Ontario November 23 update: 1589 New Cases, 1484 Recoveries, 19 Deaths, 37,471 tests (4.24% positive), Current ICUs: 156 (+9 vs. yesterday) (+31 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-23.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (US states) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+ More Averages->> Oct Sep Aug Jul Jun May
Total 1589 1429.3 1442.9 75.4 76.2 63.4 46.4 -10.9 1.1 52.5 38.1 9.4 774.8 313.4 100.1 133.8 240.3 376.7
Peel 535 432.4 421.1 219.1 213.4 79.1 16.3 4 0.7 58.8 35.3 5.8 151.9 65.7 19.7 23.9 45.2 69.4
Toronto PHU 336 423.4 449.1 108.5 115.1 38.1 89.3 -28.1 0.6 51.5 38 10.4 286.2 110.4 21.1 33.9 97.7 168.9
York 205 153 145 96.5 91.4 64.8 35.6 -0.7 0.3 45.1 44.6 10.2 80.3 26.1 6.2 9.7 18.8 28.8
Waterloo Region 83 47.3 52.1 61.9 68.2 54.7 27.5 17.5 0.3 46.2 41.4 12.7 13.6 9 2.8 2.7 7.2 13.2
Hamilton 61 44.6 38.6 58.1 50.3 41 30.4 28.2 0.3 47.1 32 20.8 20.9 6.1 2.7 1.7 5.4 8.4
Windsor 56 33.4 22.1 58.7 38.9 62 39.3 -5.1 3.8 53 40.6 6.5 5.6 4.6 7 22.8 20.9 12.3
Halton 53 49.4 52.1 63.1 66.6 57.5 32.4 9.5 0.6 50.6 37.5 11.8 27.9 9.7 1.9 2.3 3.7 6.2
Durham 41 51.3 53.1 55.6 57.6 62.7 21.7 13.9 1.7 53.1 41.5 5.3 26.7 8.8 3 3.4 8.2 16.6
Ottawa 40 36.4 53.3 27.3 39.9 245.5 134.5 -290.6 10.6 57.7 31.8 10.6 86.5 44.9 14.4 14.1 4.7 20.5
Wellington-Guelph 30 23 13.7 56.6 33.7 53.4 37.9 6.8 1.9 49.1 42.8 7.5 7 2.8 1.1 1.7 3.2 3.6
Simcoe-Muskoka 25 25.6 27 33.1 35 68.7 17.3 11.7 2.2 45.2 43 11.8 15.6 6.3 1.5 2.1 4.3 6.4
Niagara 24 22.6 27.4 35.3 42.9 57.6 26.6 13.9 1.9 48.1 42.4 9.5 11.4 4.6 2.4 3.5 3.8 5.1
Thunder Bay 16 11.1 3.7 51.4 17.1 26.9 12.8 59 1.3 18 59 23.1 0.4 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.3 0.3
Brant 16 10 6.6 51.9 34.1 44.3 64.3 -10 1.4 44.3 37.1 18.6 4.5 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.5
London 13 15.3 16.9 23.5 25.9 57.9 27.1 12.1 2.8 66.4 24.2 9.4 8.4 4.8 1.8 1.5 3.1 4.3
Southwestern 9 7.1 9.7 56.2 76.4 62 32 2 4 54 30 16 1.7 0.5 3.6 1.9 0.3 0.5
Grey Bruce 7 8.7 4.4 37.7 19.1 54.1 42.6 3.3 0 49.2 42.7 8.2 1.2 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.6 0.4
Eastern Ontario 6 5.1 7.1 17.8 24.7 66.7 2.8 30.6 0 44.4 33.3 22.3 10.9 2.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 1.8
Haldimand-Norfolk 6 4.1 3.6 26.4 22.8 51.7 31 6.9 10.3 37.9 37.9 24.1 1.6 0.4 0.7 0.5 7.5 1
Huron Perth 5 4.7 9.6 55.7 113 63.6 36.4 -3 3 51.5 39.4 9 0.8 0.2 1.7 0.4 0.2 0.2
Sudbury 4 1.6 4.9 5.6 17.3 118.2 -18.2 0 0 63.6 27.3 9.1 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.7 0.2 0.2
Northwestern 4 2.4 1.1 22.2 10.5 47.1 29.4 17.6 5.9 29.5 58.9 11.8 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.2
Haliburton, Kawartha 4 2.3 1.3 8.9 5 43.8 56.2 -6.2 6.2 49.9 37.5 12.5 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.6 0.7 0.5
Renfrew 3 0.9 0.7 5.8 4.8 150 -50 0 0 0 100 0 1.7 0.6 0 0.2 0 0.4
Chatham-Kent 3 3.3 4.6 22.5 31.4 82.6 -26.1 43.5 0 69.6 30.3 0 1.3 0.2 3.9 2.8 0.5 2
Rest 4 10.3 14.1 6.2 8.6 36.6 33.8 29.6 0 59.2 35.3 5.6 7 2.8 2.3 1.6 2.3 5
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 4792 4730.4 4677.3 88.1 87.1 6.21
Ontario 1534 1414.7 1408 68 67.7 3.7
Quebec 1154 1169.7 1290.6 96.5 106.5 11.28
Alberta 1584 1077.6 832.1 172.6 133.2 7.52
British Columbia 0 453.7 578 62.6 79.8 7.14
Manitoba 240 371 402.4 189.6 205.7 12.38
Saskatchewan 236 210.3 157.7 125.3 94 11.71
Nunavut 21 16 2.3 288.8 41.3 29.47
New Brunswick 6 9 1.9 8.1 1.7 1.59
Nova Scotia 11 5 2.3 3.6 1.6 0.57
Newfoundland 3 2.3 0.9 3.1 1.2 0.67
Yukon 3 1.1 0.1 19.6 2.5 3.31
Prince Edward Island 0 0 0.3 0 1.3 0
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-21 2020-11-19
Ottawa 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-18
Hamilton 60s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-17
Halton 60s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-17 2020-11-15
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-16 2020-11-13
York 20s MALE Close contact 2020-11-14 2020-11-12
Halton 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-12
York 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-09
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-10 2020-11-06
Halton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-06
Hamilton 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-11-05
Hamilton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-05
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-04 2020-11-02
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-02 2020-10-30
Hamilton 50s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-10-30
Halton 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-31 2020-10-29
Huron Perth 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-30 2020-10-29
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-01 2020-10-27
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-23 2020-10-21
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2020.11.23 15:54 enterprisevalue Ontario November 23 update: 1589 New Cases, 1484 Recoveries, 19 Deaths, 37,471 tests (4.24% positive), Current ICUs: 156 (+9 vs. yesterday) (+31 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-23.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (US states) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+ More Averages->> Oct Sep Aug Jul Jun May
Total 1589 1429.3 1442.9 75.4 76.2 63.4 46.4 -10.9 1.1 52.5 38.1 9.4 774.8 313.4 100.1 133.8 240.3 376.7
Peel 535 432.4 421.1 219.1 213.4 79.1 16.3 4 0.7 58.8 35.3 5.8 151.9 65.7 19.7 23.9 45.2 69.4
Toronto PHU 336 423.4 449.1 108.5 115.1 38.1 89.3 -28.1 0.6 51.5 38 10.4 286.2 110.4 21.1 33.9 97.7 168.9
York 205 153 145 96.5 91.4 64.8 35.6 -0.7 0.3 45.1 44.6 10.2 80.3 26.1 6.2 9.7 18.8 28.8
Waterloo Region 83 47.3 52.1 61.9 68.2 54.7 27.5 17.5 0.3 46.2 41.4 12.7 13.6 9 2.8 2.7 7.2 13.2
Hamilton 61 44.6 38.6 58.1 50.3 41 30.4 28.2 0.3 47.1 32 20.8 20.9 6.1 2.7 1.7 5.4 8.4
Windsor 56 33.4 22.1 58.7 38.9 62 39.3 -5.1 3.8 53 40.6 6.5 5.6 4.6 7 22.8 20.9 12.3
Halton 53 49.4 52.1 63.1 66.6 57.5 32.4 9.5 0.6 50.6 37.5 11.8 27.9 9.7 1.9 2.3 3.7 6.2
Durham 41 51.3 53.1 55.6 57.6 62.7 21.7 13.9 1.7 53.1 41.5 5.3 26.7 8.8 3 3.4 8.2 16.6
Ottawa 40 36.4 53.3 27.3 39.9 245.5 134.5 -290.6 10.6 57.7 31.8 10.6 86.5 44.9 14.4 14.1 4.7 20.5
Wellington-Guelph 30 23 13.7 56.6 33.7 53.4 37.9 6.8 1.9 49.1 42.8 7.5 7 2.8 1.1 1.7 3.2 3.6
Simcoe-Muskoka 25 25.6 27 33.1 35 68.7 17.3 11.7 2.2 45.2 43 11.8 15.6 6.3 1.5 2.1 4.3 6.4
Niagara 24 22.6 27.4 35.3 42.9 57.6 26.6 13.9 1.9 48.1 42.4 9.5 11.4 4.6 2.4 3.5 3.8 5.1
Thunder Bay 16 11.1 3.7 51.4 17.1 26.9 12.8 59 1.3 18 59 23.1 0.4 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.3 0.3
Brant 16 10 6.6 51.9 34.1 44.3 64.3 -10 1.4 44.3 37.1 18.6 4.5 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.5
London 13 15.3 16.9 23.5 25.9 57.9 27.1 12.1 2.8 66.4 24.2 9.4 8.4 4.8 1.8 1.5 3.1 4.3
Southwestern 9 7.1 9.7 56.2 76.4 62 32 2 4 54 30 16 1.7 0.5 3.6 1.9 0.3 0.5
Grey Bruce 7 8.7 4.4 37.7 19.1 54.1 42.6 3.3 0 49.2 42.7 8.2 1.2 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.6 0.4
Eastern Ontario 6 5.1 7.1 17.8 24.7 66.7 2.8 30.6 0 44.4 33.3 22.3 10.9 2.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 1.8
Haldimand-Norfolk 6 4.1 3.6 26.4 22.8 51.7 31 6.9 10.3 37.9 37.9 24.1 1.6 0.4 0.7 0.5 7.5 1
Huron Perth 5 4.7 9.6 55.7 113 63.6 36.4 -3 3 51.5 39.4 9 0.8 0.2 1.7 0.4 0.2 0.2
Sudbury 4 1.6 4.9 5.6 17.3 118.2 -18.2 0 0 63.6 27.3 9.1 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.7 0.2 0.2
Northwestern 4 2.4 1.1 22.2 10.5 47.1 29.4 17.6 5.9 29.5 58.9 11.8 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.2
Haliburton, Kawartha 4 2.3 1.3 8.9 5 43.8 56.2 -6.2 6.2 49.9 37.5 12.5 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.6 0.7 0.5
Renfrew 3 0.9 0.7 5.8 4.8 150 -50 0 0 0 100 0 1.7 0.6 0 0.2 0 0.4
Chatham-Kent 3 3.3 4.6 22.5 31.4 82.6 -26.1 43.5 0 69.6 30.3 0 1.3 0.2 3.9 2.8 0.5 2
Rest 4 10.3 14.1 6.2 8.6 36.6 33.8 29.6 0 59.2 35.3 5.6 7 2.8 2.3 1.6 2.3 5
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 4792 4730.4 4677.3 88.1 87.1 6.21
Ontario 1534 1414.7 1408 68 67.7 3.7
Quebec 1154 1169.7 1290.6 96.5 106.5 11.28
Alberta 1584 1077.6 832.1 172.6 133.2 7.52
British Columbia 0 453.7 578 62.6 79.8 7.14
Manitoba 240 371 402.4 189.6 205.7 12.38
Saskatchewan 236 210.3 157.7 125.3 94 11.71
Nunavut 21 16 2.3 288.8 41.3 29.47
New Brunswick 6 9 1.9 8.1 1.7 1.59
Nova Scotia 11 5 2.3 3.6 1.6 0.57
Newfoundland 3 2.3 0.9 3.1 1.2 0.67
Yukon 3 1.1 0.1 19.6 2.5 3.31
Prince Edward Island 0 0 0.3 0 1.3 0
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-21 2020-11-19
Ottawa 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-18 2020-11-18
Hamilton 60s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-17
Halton 60s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-17 2020-11-15
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-16 2020-11-13
York 20s MALE Close contact 2020-11-14 2020-11-12
Halton 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-14 2020-11-12
York 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-09
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-10 2020-11-06
Halton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-06
Hamilton 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-11-05
Hamilton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-05
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-04 2020-11-02
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-02 2020-10-30
Hamilton 50s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-19 2020-10-30
Halton 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-31 2020-10-29
Huron Perth 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-30 2020-10-29
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-01 2020-10-27
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-23 2020-10-21
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2020.11.22 15:57 enterprisevalue Ontario November 22 update: 1534 New Cases, 1429 Recoveries, 14 Deaths, 46,389 tests (3.31% positive), Current ICUs: 147 (+1 vs. yesterday) (+29 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-22.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
As we often observe on weekends, a number of hospitals (approximately 40) did not submit data to the Daily Bed Census for November 20. We anticipate the number of hospitalized patients may increase when reporting compliance increases.
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 of my spreadsheet (NSFLife)
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+ More Averages->> Oct Sep Aug Jul Jun May
Total 1534 1414.7 1407.9 74.7 74.3 58.7 50.7 -10.4 1.1 52.4 37.8 9.8 774.8 313.4 100.1 133.8 240.3 376.7
Peel 490 412 405 208.7 205.2 72.3 21.3 5.8 0.7 57.7 35.5 6.8 151.9 65.7 19.7 23.9 45.2 69.4
Toronto PHU 460 448 445.6 114.8 114.2 35.1 88.6 -24.3 0.7 51 38.1 10.9 286.2 110.4 21.1 33.9 97.7 168.9
York 130 148 136 93.3 85.8 58.1 42.8 -1 0.1 44.6 45.5 10.1 80.3 26.1 6.2 9.7 18.8 28.8
Hamilton 66 40.9 41.7 53.3 54.4 36.7 36 26.9 0.3 49.2 34.2 16.4 20.9 6.1 2.7 1.7 5.4 8.4
Waterloo Region 54 45 47.1 58.9 61.7 60 24.1 15.2 0.6 50.8 35.9 13.6 13.6 9 2.8 2.7 7.2 13.2
Durham 50 51.9 48.7 56.2 52.8 59.5 26.4 12.9 1.1 54.9 40.6 5.2 26.7 8.8 3 3.4 8.2 16.6
Halton 48 48.4 50.9 61.8 64.9 53.7 40.7 5 0.6 52.7 37.7 9.4 27.9 9.7 1.9 2.3 3.7 6.2
Ottawa 32 38 56.6 28.5 42.4 239.8 127.1 -276.7 9.8 57.2 30.8 12 86.5 44.9 14.4 14.1 4.7 20.5
Wellington-Guelph 30 20.7 14 51 34.5 51 37.9 9 2.1 50.4 40.7 8.3 7 2.8 1.1 1.7 3.2 3.6
Windsor 29 27.4 23 48.1 40.4 64.6 40.6 -9.9 4.7 53.1 39.5 7.3 5.6 4.6 7 22.8 20.9 12.3
Simcoe-Muskoka 24 27 23.4 35 30.4 59.8 27 11.6 1.6 47 40.8 12.1 15.6 6.3 1.5 2.1 4.3 6.4
Niagara 22 21.9 27.3 34.2 42.6 60.1 26.1 11.8 2 45.7 42.5 11.8 11.4 4.6 2.4 3.5 3.8 5.1
Grey Bruce 16 9.1 3.7 39.5 16.1 34.4 62.5 3.1 0 48.5 40.6 10.9 1.2 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.6 0.4
Brant 12 9 6 46.7 31.1 50.8 61.9 -14.3 1.6 49.1 30.2 20.7 4.5 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.5
Thunder Bay 11 9.4 4.1 43.5 19.1 22.7 12.1 63.6 1.5 19.6 62.1 18.2 0.4 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.3 0.3
Haldimand-Norfolk 10 4.3 2.6 27.4 16.4 33.3 56.7 3.3 6.7 40.1 43.4 16.6 1.6 0.4 0.7 0.5 7.5 1
Eastern Ontario 7 5.6 7 19.2 24.2 59 12.8 28.2 0 48.7 30.8 20.5 10.9 2.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 1.8
London 7 14.1 21.4 21.7 32.9 61.6 32.3 4 2 68.6 21.2 10.1 8.4 4.8 1.8 1.5 3.1 4.3
Huron Perth 5 4.6 9.3 54 109.6 68.8 28.1 0 3.1 50 37.6 12.4 0.8 0.2 1.7 0.4 0.2 0.2
Northwestern 5 1.9 1.1 17 10.5 46.2 46.2 0 7.7 30.8 53.9 15.4 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.2
Chatham-Kent 4 3.9 3.7 26.5 25.5 63 7.4 29.6 0 70.3 29.6 0 1.3 0.2 3.9 2.8 0.5 2
Haliburton, Kawartha 4 2 1.1 7.8 4.5 57.1 50 -7.1 0 50 21.4 28.5 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.6 0.7 0.5
Southwestern 4 7.3 8.7 57.3 68.6 60.8 31.4 0 7.8 47.1 29.4 23.5 1.7 0.5 3.6 1.9 0.3 0.5
Hastings 4 2 1.3 8.7 5.6 50 21.4 28.6 0 50 42.8 7.1 0.6 0.2 0.2 0 0 0.1
Peterborough 3 2.7 2.3 13.7 11.6 -68.4 36.8 136.8 -5.3 42.2 31.6 26.3 0.9 0.5 0.3 0 0.3 0
Rest 7 9.6 16.3 5.9 10 75 25 -1.5 1.5 61.8 33.8 4.4 7.8 3.1 2 2.5 2.2 5.5
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 4992 4732.3 4647.1 88.1 86.5 6.25
Ontario 1588 1373.9 1419.4 66 68.2 3.65
Quebec 1189 1177.9 1317.1 97.2 108.7 11.19
Alberta 1336 992.9 794.4 159 127.2 6.93
British Columbia 0 547.9 560.4 75.6 77.4 8.62
Manitoba 385 407.3 394.9 208.2 201.8 13.59
Saskatchewan 433 202.4 154.6 120.6 92.1 11.38
Wayyytoomuchovut 25 15 0.4 270.8 7.7 23.23
New Brunswick 23 8.6 1.6 7.7 1.4 1.69
Nova Scotia 8 3.7 2.4 2.7 1.7 0.45
Newfoundland 5 2.1 0.7 2.9 1 0.71
Yukon 0 0.7 0.1 12.2 2.4 2.07
Prince Edward Island 0 0 0.3 0 1.3 0
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-22
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-10 1
York 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-07 1
Huron Perth 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-07 1
Halton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-07 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-06 1
Hamilton 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-05 1
Halton 70s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-07 2020-11-04 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-11 2020-11-03 1
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-05 2020-11-02 -1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-02 2020-10-31 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-10-30 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-01 2020-10-30 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-10-28 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-10-27 2020-10-21 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-10-16 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-10-07 1
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2020.11.22 15:57 enterprisevalue Ontario November 22 update: 1534 New Cases, 1429 Recoveries, 14 Deaths, 46,389 tests (3.31% positive), Current ICUs: 147 (+1 vs. yesterday) (+29 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-22.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
As we often observe on weekends, a number of hospitals (approximately 40) did not submit data to the Daily Bed Census for November 20. We anticipate the number of hospitalized patients may increase when reporting compliance increases.
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 of my spreadsheet (NSFLife)
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+ More Averages->> Oct Sep Aug Jul Jun May
Total 1534 1414.7 1407.9 74.7 74.3 58.7 50.7 -10.4 1.1 52.4 37.8 9.8 774.8 313.4 100.1 133.8 240.3 376.7
Peel 490 412 405 208.7 205.2 72.3 21.3 5.8 0.7 57.7 35.5 6.8 151.9 65.7 19.7 23.9 45.2 69.4
Toronto PHU 460 448 445.6 114.8 114.2 35.1 88.6 -24.3 0.7 51 38.1 10.9 286.2 110.4 21.1 33.9 97.7 168.9
York 130 148 136 93.3 85.8 58.1 42.8 -1 0.1 44.6 45.5 10.1 80.3 26.1 6.2 9.7 18.8 28.8
Hamilton 66 40.9 41.7 53.3 54.4 36.7 36 26.9 0.3 49.2 34.2 16.4 20.9 6.1 2.7 1.7 5.4 8.4
Waterloo Region 54 45 47.1 58.9 61.7 60 24.1 15.2 0.6 50.8 35.9 13.6 13.6 9 2.8 2.7 7.2 13.2
Durham 50 51.9 48.7 56.2 52.8 59.5 26.4 12.9 1.1 54.9 40.6 5.2 26.7 8.8 3 3.4 8.2 16.6
Halton 48 48.4 50.9 61.8 64.9 53.7 40.7 5 0.6 52.7 37.7 9.4 27.9 9.7 1.9 2.3 3.7 6.2
Ottawa 32 38 56.6 28.5 42.4 239.8 127.1 -276.7 9.8 57.2 30.8 12 86.5 44.9 14.4 14.1 4.7 20.5
Wellington-Guelph 30 20.7 14 51 34.5 51 37.9 9 2.1 50.4 40.7 8.3 7 2.8 1.1 1.7 3.2 3.6
Windsor 29 27.4 23 48.1 40.4 64.6 40.6 -9.9 4.7 53.1 39.5 7.3 5.6 4.6 7 22.8 20.9 12.3
Simcoe-Muskoka 24 27 23.4 35 30.4 59.8 27 11.6 1.6 47 40.8 12.1 15.6 6.3 1.5 2.1 4.3 6.4
Niagara 22 21.9 27.3 34.2 42.6 60.1 26.1 11.8 2 45.7 42.5 11.8 11.4 4.6 2.4 3.5 3.8 5.1
Grey Bruce 16 9.1 3.7 39.5 16.1 34.4 62.5 3.1 0 48.5 40.6 10.9 1.2 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.6 0.4
Brant 12 9 6 46.7 31.1 50.8 61.9 -14.3 1.6 49.1 30.2 20.7 4.5 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.5
Thunder Bay 11 9.4 4.1 43.5 19.1 22.7 12.1 63.6 1.5 19.6 62.1 18.2 0.4 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.3 0.3
Haldimand-Norfolk 10 4.3 2.6 27.4 16.4 33.3 56.7 3.3 6.7 40.1 43.4 16.6 1.6 0.4 0.7 0.5 7.5 1
Eastern Ontario 7 5.6 7 19.2 24.2 59 12.8 28.2 0 48.7 30.8 20.5 10.9 2.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 1.8
London 7 14.1 21.4 21.7 32.9 61.6 32.3 4 2 68.6 21.2 10.1 8.4 4.8 1.8 1.5 3.1 4.3
Huron Perth 5 4.6 9.3 54 109.6 68.8 28.1 0 3.1 50 37.6 12.4 0.8 0.2 1.7 0.4 0.2 0.2
Northwestern 5 1.9 1.1 17 10.5 46.2 46.2 0 7.7 30.8 53.9 15.4 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.2
Chatham-Kent 4 3.9 3.7 26.5 25.5 63 7.4 29.6 0 70.3 29.6 0 1.3 0.2 3.9 2.8 0.5 2
Haliburton, Kawartha 4 2 1.1 7.8 4.5 57.1 50 -7.1 0 50 21.4 28.5 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.6 0.7 0.5
Southwestern 4 7.3 8.7 57.3 68.6 60.8 31.4 0 7.8 47.1 29.4 23.5 1.7 0.5 3.6 1.9 0.3 0.5
Hastings 4 2 1.3 8.7 5.6 50 21.4 28.6 0 50 42.8 7.1 0.6 0.2 0.2 0 0 0.1
Peterborough 3 2.7 2.3 13.7 11.6 -68.4 36.8 136.8 -5.3 42.2 31.6 26.3 0.9 0.5 0.3 0 0.3 0
Rest 7 9.6 16.3 5.9 10 75 25 -1.5 1.5 61.8 33.8 4.4 7.8 3.1 2 2.5 2.2 5.5
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 4992 4732.3 4647.1 88.1 86.5 6.25
Ontario 1588 1373.9 1419.4 66 68.2 3.65
Quebec 1189 1177.9 1317.1 97.2 108.7 11.19
Alberta 1336 992.9 794.4 159 127.2 6.93
British Columbia 0 547.9 560.4 75.6 77.4 8.62
Manitoba 385 407.3 394.9 208.2 201.8 13.59
Saskatchewan 433 202.4 154.6 120.6 92.1 11.38
Wayyytoomuchovut 25 15 0.4 270.8 7.7 23.23
New Brunswick 23 8.6 1.6 7.7 1.4 1.69
Nova Scotia 8 3.7 2.4 2.7 1.7 0.45
Newfoundland 5 2.1 0.7 2.9 1 0.71
Yukon 0 0.7 0.1 12.2 2.4 2.07
Prince Edward Island 0 0 0.3 0 1.3 0
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-22
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-11-10 1
York 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-07 1
Huron Perth 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-07 1
Halton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-11-07 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-06 1
Hamilton 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-05 1
Halton 70s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-07 2020-11-04 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-11 2020-11-03 1
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-05 2020-11-02 -1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-02 2020-10-31 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-10-30 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-01 2020-10-30 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-11 2020-10-28 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-10-27 2020-10-21 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-03 2020-10-16 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-10-07 1
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2020.11.21 15:55 enterprisevalue Ontario November 21 update: 1588 New Cases, 1363 Recoveries, 21 Deaths, 46,671 tests (3.40% positive), Current ICUs: 146 (+4 vs. yesterday) (+39 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-21.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets, loads faster but looks ugly
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 of my spreadsheet (NSFLife)
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+ More Averages->> Oct Sep Aug Jul Jun May
Total 1588 1374.2 1419.5 71.9 74.3 58.3 49.6 -9.1 1.2 52.1 37.6 10.3 774.8 313.4 100.1 133.8 240.3 376.7
Peel 522 386 416 195.5 210.7 72.8 20.1 6.5 0.6 57.1 36 6.7 151.9 65.7 19.7 23.9 45.2 69.4
Toronto PHU 450 434.3 455.6 111.3 116.7 34.4 86.9 -22 0.7 50.4 37.6 11.9 286.2 110.4 21.1 33.9 97.7 168.9
York 153 147.3 133.1 92.9 84 58.3 40.3 1.2 0.3 43.6 46.3 9.7 80.3 26.1 6.2 9.7 18.8 28.8
Durham 56 53.6 47.9 58.1 51.9 54.7 31.2 13.1 1.1 56.2 38.6 5.1 26.7 8.8 3 3.4 8.2 16.6
Halton 53 49.3 49.3 62.9 62.9 52.2 42 5.2 0.6 53 38 8.9 27.9 9.7 1.9 2.3 3.7 6.2
Windsor 47 26.6 22.9 46.6 40.1 67.2 45.7 -18.8 5.9 47.9 42 10.3 5.6 4.6 7 22.8 20.9 12.3
Hamilton 47 35.9 47 46.7 61.3 37.5 33.1 29.1 0.4 46.2 36.3 17.6 20.9 6.1 2.7 1.7 5.4 8.4
Waterloo Region 42 44.1 43.6 57.7 57 62.5 19.7 16.8 1 49.9 36 14.6 13.6 9 2.8 2.7 7.2 13.2
Ottawa 36 42.3 57.9 31.7 43.4 211.8 123 -242.9 8.1 60.9 27.7 11.8 86.5 44.9 14.4 14.1 4.7 20.5
Niagara 34 22 27 34.4 42.2 59.1 21.4 18.8 0.6 40.9 42.9 16.2 11.4 4.6 2.4 3.5 3.8 5.1
Simcoe-Muskoka 26 27.3 22.6 35.4 29.2 58.6 28.3 11.5 1.6 48.7 39.3 12.1 15.6 6.3 1.5 2.1 4.3 6.4
London 26 17.3 17.3 26.6 26.6 62 24.8 7.4 5.8 71 18.2 10.8 8.4 4.8 1.8 1.5 3.1 4.3
Brant 23 7.9 6.4 40.8 33.3 58.2 50.9 -10.9 1.8 50.9 23.7 25.4 4.5 0.9 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.5
Wellington-Guelph 19 19.9 13.1 34.8 23.1 48.9 36 12.9 2.2 50.3 41 8 7 2.8 1.1 1.7 3.2 3.6
Thunder Bay 9 8.4 4.3 38.8 19.8 20.3 10.2 67.8 1.7 22 61 17 0.4 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.3 0.3
Huron Perth 7 4.7 9.4 55.7 111.3 60.6 21.2 15.2 3 45.4 30.4 24.3 0.8 0.2 1.7 0.4 0.2 0.2
Peterborough 6 2.7 2 13.7 10.1 -68.4 36.8 136.8 -5.3 31.6 36.9 31.6 0.9 0.5 0.3 0 0.3 0
Southwestern 6 8.6 7.3 67.4 57.3 55 31.7 6.7 6.7 46.7 25 28.4 1.7 0.5 3.6 1.9 0.3 0.5
Haldimand-Norfolk 6 3.6 2.1 22.8 13.7 44 44 4 8 44 48 8 1.6 0.4 0.7 0.5 7.5 1
Lambton 3 2.3 1 12.6 5.5 37.5 81.2 -18.8 0 56.2 31.2 12.4 0.8 0.3 1.3 0.5 0.7 2.7
Grey Bruce 3 7.6 3.3 32.7 14.2 39.6 58.5 1.9 0 52.9 35.8 11.3 1.2 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.6 0.4
Sudbury 3 1.9 6.7 6.6 23.9 92.3 -23.1 30.8 0 84.6 15.4 0 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.7 0.2 0.2
Eastern Ontario 3 5.3 7.7 18.2 26.6 70.3 8.1 21.6 0 59.4 27 13.5 10.9 2.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 1.8
Rest 8 15.3 16 8 8.4 63.6 21.5 12.1 2.8 62.7 31.8 5.5 9.4 3.5 5.1 5 3 5.4
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 4968 4771.6 4501.3 88.9 83.8 6.45
Ontario 1418 1372.9 1355.3 66 65.1 3.68
Quebec 1259 1214.9 1286.6 100.2 106.2 11.38
Alberta 1155 948.6 779.1 151.9 124.8 7.14
British Columbia 516 641.3 548 88.5 75.6 10.66
Manitoba 437 386.1 399.6 197.4 204.2 12.89
Saskatchewan 153 184.4 127.1 109.9 75.8 10.78
Nunavut 10 11.4 0.4 206.3 7.7 17.7
New Brunswick 9 6.1 1.1 5.5 1 1.39
Nova Scotia 5 3.4 2.1 2.5 1.5 0.42
Newfoundland 3 1.7 0.7 2.3 1 0.58
Yukon 3 0.7 0.1 12.2 2.4 2.07
Prince Edward Island 0 0 0.3 0 1.3 0
Northwest Territories 0 0 0.7 0 11.2 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date
Halton 70s MALE Close contact 2020-11-13 2020-11-12
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-14 2020-11-10
Hamilton 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-12 2020-11-10
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-08
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-12 2020-11-08
Ottawa 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-07
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-11-16 2020-11-06
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-17 2020-11-04
Toronto PHU 70s FEMALE Community 2020-11-05 2020-11-04
Ottawa 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-11-03
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-05 2020-11-02
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-04 2020-11-01
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-29 2020-10-29
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-10-28
Waterloo Region 60s MALE Community 2020-10-27 2020-10-23
Toronto PHU 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-23 2020-10-21
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-21 2020-10-19
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-19 2020-10-19
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-15 2020-10-15
Eastern Ontario 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-09 2020-10-06
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Close contact 2020-09-25 2020-09-21
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