Semi-retirement – The brand new retirement mannequin for child boomers

2021.10.22 11:16 HealthyDeal20 Semi-retirement – The brand new retirement mannequin for child boomers

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2021.10.22 11:16 Sneccob War on health

People who are extremely influential to society are currently engaged in a war on our health.
They’re spending large amounts on longevity research and treatments while simultaneously sabotaging the healthcare system of the general population through mandates and excessive stress which results in a loss of healthcare professionals and care.
Our society is heavily influenced by eugenics and epigenetics as a way to control population numbers. Our foods are flooded with endocrine disrupters, our bodies are constantly fighting off viruses and disease, and our minds are constantly being subjected to stressful stimuli purposely to reduce our longevity and to drive overconsumption as a means to cope with our existence.
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2021.10.22 11:16 mk-one369 Ancient Japanese Tonic Melts 54 LBS Of Fat

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2021.10.22 11:16 Ok-Rich3186 WoollyDoge | Launching Now 🚀 | Earn 7% DogeCoin just by holding! | Auto distribution and Dividend payouts 💰

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2021.10.22 11:16 Felaia [Adamant] Rookidee, M, 5

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2021.10.22 11:16 804stix JuJu On the Mystery Crate today.

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2021.10.22 11:16 dirtyharrison Would love to know why?

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2021.10.22 11:16 Locutrad Existe alguma forma de transferir dinheiro para o PicPay de alguém anonimamente?

Quero doar dinheiro para uma pessoa em necessidade, mas não quero que ela saiba quem foi.
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2021.10.22 11:16 salsanchips89 PBTS is the next PHUN get in now before the train heads to Mars🚀🚀🚀🚀

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2021.10.22 11:16 HealthyDeal20 Annuities: helpful however little understood

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2021.10.22 11:16 mallanmbavxcvxb Just wanted to share my favorite one.💕

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2021.10.22 11:16 awpmag The Campaigners Trying To Save The Planet

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2021.10.22 11:16 rachellevia A fortress, guarded on all sides

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2021.10.22 11:16 N_Lotus Sunset

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2021.10.22 11:16 Foreign-Dot-3562 is anyones depop not working?

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2021.10.22 11:16 size1980 Phunware inc is taking off today. A merger with trump media is happening. Jump on this ride!! Up over 1000%

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2021.10.22 11:16 SoulKingxx UK Drill Type Beat x #ActiveGxng Suspect x 2Smokeyy x T.Scam - "FLOSSY" ...

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2021.10.22 11:16 FinsterFolly Buying Chilis and Recommendations Needed

I am cooking up some Chili con Carne this weekend, and I want to get a variety of dried chilis for it. In a Mexican mercado would it be OK to ask for "chilis secas", or would it be more proper to ask for specific types, i.e. Guajillos?
Any recommendations for blends of chilis that bring a good amount of flavor with a modest amount of heat?
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2021.10.22 11:16 kate_is_a_hottie Is this a bug or something else

I was playing a game of myers, and myers would just randonly stop every like 4 or 5 seconds like i hit some invisible wall or i stumbled making it impossible to chase any1 cz i kept getting slowed down by this invisible wall idk if this is a bug or something else is anyone else experiencing this cz if not maybe its something else that i need to figure out why
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2021.10.22 11:16 sarsapari11a TRS Coral Hotel | Cancún, Q.R., Mexico | March 2019

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2021.10.22 11:16 Cool-Experience7357 He was known in Egypt as the 'Doctor of the Poor'

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2021.10.22 11:16 nintendonaut Gruden rn

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2021.10.22 11:16 CatAnne119 Triple Chocolate cake for a friend's birthday (a few years ago). Not too sure what went wrong as I had tested the recipe. It split in the center fell apart sidewise. But made it into Cake-in-a-bowl (and it was delicious)

Triple Chocolate cake for a friend's birthday (a few years ago). Not too sure what went wrong as I had tested the recipe. It split in the center fell apart sidewise. But made it into Cake-in-a-bowl (and it was delicious) submitted by CatAnne119 to bakingfail [link] [comments]


2021.10.22 11:16 cumi-cumi Gatekeeping (in terms of talents) = good? according to Reddit Dota2

When looking at posts and criticism around the talents of this TI, there is obviously some form of gatekeeping in Dota. It seems that a lot of the Reddit community is under the impression that talents should do smaller events first then do TI after they are "good" enough. Does this mean that casters and talents should do tryouts at minor events until they are deemed worthy by the Dota community?
Some even say "you shouldn't invite a random someone outside of the community, instead of rewarding someone already working on the scene". Is this not the definition of exclusivity? how can the community grow this way?
In addition to that, another criticism that I read is that one needs enough game knowledge and skill to be able to be a proper talent? what should be the limit? does one have to be 6k mmr before they are allowed to be in a Dota event? (maybe not but I have not seen anyone with average or lower mmr in TI panel that are not criticized heavily since Redeye)
I am personally under the impression that as long as most people (literally all but one person in the last TI) in a panel are experts I am fine with it. Although it seems that I am in the minority in this Reddit community. maybe I'm a more accepting person in general, I hope someone can explain why or help me understand.
[this obviously refers to some of the criticism towards for example Frankie and Avo+ this TI, but I also want to allude to the criticism on people like Day9 on from previous TI, since this seems to be an ongoing thing]
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2021.10.22 11:16 enterprisevalue Ontario Oct 22nd update: 492 Cases, 12 Deaths, 28,906 tests (1.70% pos.), 🏥 ICUs: 149 (-12 vs. yest.) (-14 vs. last week). 💉25,770 admin, 87.73% / 83.60% (+0.07% / +0.13%) of 12+ at least one/two dosed, 🛡️ 12+ Cases by Vax (un/part/full): 8.88 / 3.30 / 1.56 (All: 3.32) per 100k

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2021-10-22.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and some TLDR charts

Testing data: - Source
Episode date data (day/week/prev. week) - Cases by episode date and historical averages of episode date
Other data:
LTC Data:
Vaccine effectiveness data: (assumed 14 days to effectiveness) Source
Metric Unvax_All Unvax_12+ Partial Full Unknown
Cases - today 248 149 21 167 56
Cases Per 100k - today 7.08 8.88 3.30 1.56 -
Risk vs. full - today 4.53x 5.68x 2.11x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - today - - 62.8% 82.4% -
Avg daily Per 100k - week 6.37 8.33 2.63 1.23 -
Risk vs. full - week 5.18x 6.76x 2.13x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - week - - 68.4% 85.2% -
ICU - count 75 n/a 8 21 45
ICU per mill 21.42 - 12.58 1.97 -
ICU % less risk vs. unvax - - 41.3% 90.8% -
ICU risk vs. full 10.90x - 6.40x 1.00x -
Non_ICU Hosp - count 114 n/a 11 36 -
Non_ICU Hosp per mill 32.55 - 17.29 3.37 -
Non_ICU Hosp % less risk vs. unvax - - 46.9% 89.7% -
Non_ICU Hosp risk vs. full 9.66x - 5.13x 1.00x -
Age group per 100k - today:
0-4 3.72 - 0.00 0.00 -
5-11 6.69 - 0.00 0.00 -
12-17 7.01 - 2.79 0.97 -
18-39 8.46 - 4.41 1.94 -
40-59 11.36 - 1.94 1.79 -
60-79 15.32 - 1.59 1.22 -
80+ 447.80 - 5.61 0.47 -
Vaccines - detailed data: Source
Random vaccine stats
Vaccine data (by age) - Charts of [first doses]() and [second doses]()
Age First doses Second doses First Dose % (day/week) Second Dose % (day/week)
12-17yrs 1,016 1,944 83.09% (+0.11% / +0.71%) 76.83% (+0.20% / +1.46%)
18-29yrs 2,502 5,037 82.74% (+0.10% / +0.64%) 76.32% (+0.21% / +1.32%)
30-39yrs 1,992 3,728 84.11% (+0.10% / +0.60%) 78.76% (+0.18% / +1.10%)
40-49yrs 1,364 2,497 86.02% (+0.07% / +0.45%) 82.09% (+0.13% / +0.81%)
50-59yrs 1,003 1,831 87.42% (+0.05% / +0.31%) 84.46% (+0.09% / +0.55%)
60-69yrs 674 1,085 93.60% (+0.04% / +0.21%) 91.41% (+0.06% / +0.35%)
70-79yrs 322 468 96.56% (+0.03% / +0.13%) 94.91% (+0.04% / +0.22%)
80+ yrs 99 215 98.25% (+0.01% / +0.09%) 95.71% (+0.03% / +0.16%)
Unknown -10 3 0.03% (-0.00% / -0.00%) 0.02% (+0.00% / +0.00%)
Total - 18+ 7,956 14,861 88.09% (+0.07% / +0.40%) 84.13% (+0.12% / +0.76%)
Total - 12+ 8,972 16,805 87.73% (+0.07% / +0.43%) 83.60% (+0.13% / +0.81%)
Schools data: - (latest data as of October 21) - Source
Child care centre data: - (latest data as of October 21) - Source
Outbreak data (latest data as of October 21)- Source and Definitions
Global Vaccine Comparison: - doses administered per 100 people (% with at least 1 dose / both doses), to date (ignoring 3rd doses) - Full list on Tab 6 - Source
Global Vaccine Pace Comparison - doses per 100 people in the last week: - Source
Global Case Comparison: - Major Countries - Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
Global Case Comparison: Top 16 countries by Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
Global ICU Comparison: - Current, adjusted to Ontario's population - Source
US State comparison - case count - Top 25 by last 7 ave. case count (Last 7/100k) - Source
US State comparison - vaccines count - % single dosed (change in week) - Source
UK Watch - Source
The England age group data below is actually lagged by four days, i.e. the , the 'Today' data is actually '4 day ago' data.
Metric Today 7d ago 14d ago 21d ago 30d ago Peak
Cases - 7-day avg 46,791 39,696 35,116 35,171 31,083 59,660
Hosp. - current 8,142 7,069 6,862 6,921 7,801 39,254
Vent. - current 872 781 807 813 982 4,077
England weekly cases/100k by age:
<60 536.1 444.9 399.8 403.0 299.7 745.2
60+ 202.9 162.6 124.7 120.9 120.8 477.7
Jail Data - (latest data as of October 20) Source
COVID App Stats - latest data as of October 19 - Source
Case fatality rates by age group (last 30 days):
Age Group Outbreak--> CFR % Deaths Non-outbreak--> CFR% Deaths
19 & under 0.00% 0 0.00% 0
20s 0.00% 0 0.07% 2
30s 0.31% 1 0.11% 3
40s 0.45% 1 0.23% 5
50s 0.54% 1 1.35% 21
60s 5.36% 6 2.19% 24
70s 11.76% 8 6.41% 38
80s 15.79% 9 16.83% 34
90+ 15.25% 9 15.22% 7
Main data table:
PHU Today Averages--> Last 7 Prev 7 Totals per 100k--> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Active/100k Ages (day %)->> <20 20-29 30-49 50-69 70+ Source (day %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel
Total 492 405.6 465.1 19.1 21.9 23.0 27.6 15.0 30.7 20.9 5.9 32.1 35.2 18.5 14.2
Toronto PHU 64 62.3 84.3 14.0 18.9 23.0 18.8 18.8 40.6 14.1 7.8 43.8 43.8 0.0 12.5
Peel 59 56.7 54.1 24.7 23.6 23.8 18.6 18.6 25.4 27.1 10.2 35.6 39.0 10.2 15.3
Sudbury 39 16.7 5.4 58.8 19.1 62.8 2.6 33.3 51.3 10.3 2.6 23.1 15.4 59.0 2.6
Ottawa 38 29.3 35.0 19.4 23.2 24.2 34.2 18.4 26.3 18.4 2.6 -60.5 18.4 94.7 47.4
York 33 27.0 43.6 15.4 24.9 17.1 15.2 12.1 24.2 39.4 9.1 15.2 60.6 15.2 9.1
London 32 14.7 12.3 20.3 16.9 24.0 56.2 12.5 18.8 12.5 3.1 18.8 81.2 0.0 0.0
Niagara 29 13.7 17.0 20.3 25.2 23.3 34.5 24.1 31.0 6.9 3.4 62.1 10.3 27.6 0.0
Hamilton 23 21.1 28.4 25.0 33.6 27.2 17.4 13.0 43.5 26.1 0.0 34.8 43.5 21.7 0.0
Windsor 23 23.0 29.4 37.9 48.5 45.9 21.7 8.7 34.8 21.7 13.0 56.5 26.1 8.7 8.7
Durham 19 13.1 13.6 12.9 13.3 11.9 52.6 5.3 21.1 15.8 0.0 68.4 21.1 -5.3 15.8
Southwestern 17 12.1 14.6 40.2 48.2 39.2 52.9 11.8 17.6 17.6 5.9 47.1 52.9 0.0 0.0
Simcoe-Muskoka 17 16.6 14.7 19.3 17.2 26.2 35.3 0.0 52.9 11.8 0.0 47.1 23.5 11.8 17.6
Lambton 16 12.6 10.3 67.2 55.0 75.6 25.0 0.0 31.2 37.5 6.2 81.2 18.8 0.0 0.0
Chatham-Kent 15 7.9 8.3 51.7 54.6 48.9 53.3 13.3 6.7 20.0 6.7 66.7 33.3 0.0 0.0
Halton 13 12.6 12.0 14.2 13.6 20.0 23.1 0.0 38.5 30.8 7.7 -46.2 30.8 7.7 107.7
Wellington-Guelph 9 8.7 9.9 19.6 22.1 22.8 44.4 22.2 11.1 22.2 0.0 66.7 22.2 0.0 11.1
Eastern Ontario 7 9.7 19.1 32.6 64.2 65.2 42.9 0.0 28.6 14.3 14.3 57.1 -14.3 0.0 57.1
Waterloo Region 6 12.0 11.7 14.4 14.0 13.5 33.3 0.0 16.7 50.0 0.0 33.3 0.0 50.0 16.7
Brant 6 6.7 4.6 30.3 20.6 32.2 33.3 0.0 16.7 33.3 16.7 50.0 50.0 0.0 0.0
Thunder Bay 5 1.0 0.3 4.7 1.3 5.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 60.0 40.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0
Hastings 5 2.7 4.6 11.3 19.0 14.2 0.0 0.0 40.0 40.0 20.0 40.0 60.0 0.0 0.0
North Bay 4 1.4 1.7 7.7 9.2 8.5 25.0 25.0 25.0 25.0 0.0 25.0 50.0 25.0 0.0
Haldimand-Norfolk 3 3.6 4.3 21.9 26.3 25.4 33.3 0.0 33.3 33.3 0.0 133.3 -33.3 0.0 0.0
Huron Perth 3 3.7 5.7 18.6 28.6 12.9 33.3 66.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0
Grey Bruce 2 2.0 2.6 8.2 10.6 10.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 50.0 50.0 0.0 0.0
Renfrew 1 1.4 1.9 9.2 12.0 2.8 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Peterborough 1 2.4 3.3 11.5 15.5 11.5 0.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Timiskaming 1 1.0 0.6 21.4 12.2 24.5 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 1 1.6 1.6 6.4 6.4 6.4 100.0 0.0 0.0 100.0 -100.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Kingston 1 3.6 6.4 11.8 21.2 13.6 0.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 100.0
Regions of Zeroes 0 4.6 4.0 6.7 5.9 7.0 inf -inf inf
Vaccine coverage by PHU/age group - as of October 22 (% at least one/both dosed, chg. week) -
PHU name 12+ population Adults - 18plus 12-17yrs 18-29yrs 30-39yrs 40-49yrs 50-59yrs 60-69yrs 70-79yrs 80+
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 97.7%/94.0% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 98.6%/95.0% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 85.5%/79.8% (+0.9%/+1.7%) 82.8%/75.9% (+0.8%/+1.4%) 106.6%/99.5% (+0.9%/+1.7%) 96.8%/92.2% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 88.7%/86.3% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 106.5%/104.8% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 109.4%/108.1% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 106.4%/104.3% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Thunder Bay 92.8%/87.8% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 93.5%/88.8% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 84.0%/75.5% (+0.5%/+1.7%) 93.0%/84.1% (+0.7%/+1.4%) 90.4%/83.1% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 88.8%/83.8% (+0.5%/+1.0%) 90.5%/87.0% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 95.3%/93.1% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 100.9%/99.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 102.4%/100.0% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Waterloo Region 91.3%/87.4% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 91.8%/88.0% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 85.7%/79.8% (+0.7%/+1.4%) 97.5%/91.1% (+0.8%/+1.5%) 89.0%/84.1% (+0.6%/+1.1%) 87.4%/83.9% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 87.7%/85.0% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 91.1%/89.1% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.7%/94.1% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 102.3%/100.0% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
London 90.9%/86.5% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 90.8%/86.6% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 92.3%/85.3% (+1.0%/+1.7%) 90.2%/82.9% (+0.9%/+1.7%) 84.1%/78.7% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 91.6%/87.4% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 87.5%/84.8% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 93.8%/91.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 97.3%/95.8% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 102.5%/99.7% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Eastern Ontario 90.7%/86.2% (+0.6%/+1.1%) 91.3%/87.0% (+0.6%/+1.1%) 82.7%/76.7% (+0.6%/+1.8%) 77.3%/70.2% (+1.0%/+1.9%) 96.5%/88.2% (+1.3%/+2.1%) 89.8%/85.0% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 84.9%/81.8% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 98.6%/96.3% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 100.9%/99.1% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 100.1%/97.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
City Of Ottawa 90.2%/86.3% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 89.9%/86.1% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 94.6%/88.3% (+0.5%/+1.1%) 82.0%/76.1% (+0.3%/+1.0%) 82.0%/77.3% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 92.2%/88.4% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 94.0%/91.1% (+0.2%/+0.5%) 94.8%/92.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 98.5%/96.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 104.1%/101.4% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Huron Perth 90.1%/86.6% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 91.6%/88.2% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 73.4%/68.2% (+0.6%/+1.4%) 73.8%/67.8% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 89.2%/83.4% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 87.9%/84.1% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 84.4%/81.8% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 102.7%/101.0% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 109.5%/108.2% (+0.1%/+0.1%) 107.3%/105.7% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Sudbury 90.0%/85.3% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 90.4%/85.7% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 85.1%/78.6% (+1.4%/+2.8%) 83.6%/75.7% (+1.1%/+2.3%) 81.9%/74.5% (+1.2%/+1.7%) 87.0%/81.7% (+0.8%/+1.5%) 88.7%/85.2% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 96.8%/94.7% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 100.4%/98.8% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 106.7%/104.2% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Halton 89.8%/86.9% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 89.6%/86.9% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 92.3%/87.7% (+0.6%/+1.4%) 78.3%/74.5% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 83.3%/79.7% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 93.6%/91.0% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 93.4%/91.2% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 92.4%/90.6% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 96.3%/94.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 106.4%/104.2% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Durham 89.5%/86.1% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 89.8%/86.5% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 85.6%/81.0% (+0.7%/+1.6%) 81.5%/76.7% (+0.6%/+1.3%) 91.9%/86.8% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 90.2%/86.7% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 88.0%/85.7% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 92.5%/90.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 96.3%/94.9% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 103.6%/101.1% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Algoma 89.4%/84.9% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 90.1%/85.8% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 79.8%/72.5% (+0.8%/+1.6%) 78.0%/70.2% (+0.6%/+1.4%) 87.6%/79.9% (+0.9%/+1.5%) 89.7%/84.0% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 84.3%/80.9% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 96.4%/94.3% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 101.5%/100.0% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 96.8%/94.5% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Porcupine 89.2%/82.3% (+0.8%/+1.4%) 89.8%/83.2% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 82.3%/71.5% (+1.7%/+2.6%) 83.7%/72.2% (+1.3%/+2.3%) 86.3%/75.3% (+1.2%/+2.1%) 85.0%/77.6% (+0.6%/+1.4%) 87.8%/83.6% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 93.9%/90.9% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 101.4%/99.0% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 104.0%/100.1% (+0.3%/+0.4%)
Kingston 89.0%/84.8% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 88.9%/84.8% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 90.4%/84.8% (+0.6%/+1.2%) 85.0%/77.5% (+0.8%/+1.5%) 76.2%/71.0% (+0.6%/+1.1%) 85.4%/81.0% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 86.1%/82.9% (+0.4%/+0.5%) 99.5%/97.5% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 100.7%/99.3% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 102.0%/99.9% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Wellington-Guelph 88.8%/85.5% (+0.3%/+0.7%) 89.3%/86.1% (+0.3%/+0.7%) 83.6%/78.9% (+0.4%/+1.5%) 80.6%/75.8% (+0.5%/+1.2%) 85.5%/80.8% (+0.5%/+1.2%) 87.5%/84.4% (+0.3%/+0.8%) 88.4%/86.1% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 95.0%/93.0% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 98.8%/97.5% (+0.1%/+0.1%) 109.8%/107.1% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Niagara 88.5%/84.2% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 89.1%/85.0% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 80.0%/73.2% (+0.9%/+2.1%) 80.8%/73.9% (+0.7%/+1.6%) 86.7%/80.0% (+0.7%/+1.5%) 90.1%/85.3% (+0.5%/+1.0%) 83.8%/80.6% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 94.4%/92.3% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 97.5%/95.9% (+0.1%/+0.1%) 99.1%/96.5% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Northwestern 88.4%/82.2% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 89.1%/83.4% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 81.5%/70.4% (+0.8%/+1.3%) 82.7%/73.1% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 95.5%/86.4% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 90.1%/84.1% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 84.4%/80.5% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 92.2%/89.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 93.6%/91.7% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 89.7%/87.1% (+0.0%/+0.2%)
Haliburton, Kawartha 87.9%/83.8% (+0.3%/+0.7%) 88.6%/84.7% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 77.4%/70.8% (+0.5%/+1.5%) 77.0%/69.1% (+0.5%/+1.5%) 92.0%/84.1% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 88.4%/83.4% (+0.4%/+1.0%) 76.7%/73.7% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 97.2%/95.1% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 97.1%/95.7% (+0.1%/+0.1%) 94.0%/91.6% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Peterborough 87.5%/83.6% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 87.9%/84.1% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 82.3%/75.8% (+0.5%/+1.8%) 79.4%/72.8% (+0.7%/+1.4%) 80.3%/74.2% (+0.6%/+1.2%) 87.9%/83.3% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 78.0%/75.2% (+0.2%/+0.6%) 96.8%/94.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 102.5%/101.3% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 98.7%/96.8% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Peel 87.4%/82.7% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 88.3%/83.8% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 76.9%/70.5% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 98.8%/90.5% (+0.7%/+1.7%) 81.8%/76.4% (+0.5%/+1.1%) 80.0%/76.2% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 87.4%/84.5% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 89.7%/87.4% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 88.8%/87.1% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 95.5%/92.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Windsor 87.0%/82.2% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 87.9%/83.3% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 76.8%/68.7% (+1.0%/+1.5%) 79.7%/72.6% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 88.4%/80.8% (+0.9%/+1.3%) 87.2%/82.2% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 85.4%/81.9% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 92.9%/90.6% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.9%/94.2% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 98.2%/95.3% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Simcoe-Muskoka 86.9%/82.6% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 87.3%/83.3% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 81.0%/74.1% (+0.7%/+1.7%) 78.3%/71.3% (+0.6%/+1.3%) 84.7%/78.1% (+0.7%/+1.4%) 84.7%/80.3% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 81.2%/78.4% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 97.2%/95.1% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 97.8%/96.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 100.6%/98.2% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Timiskaming 86.8%/81.8% (+0.5%/+1.0%) 87.2%/82.4% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 80.1%/73.9% (+0.5%/+1.7%) 75.0%/65.7% (+0.6%/+1.8%) 87.3%/79.1% (+1.1%/+2.1%) 85.6%/80.2% (+0.6%/+1.2%) 81.7%/77.8% (+0.5%/+0.6%) 91.7%/89.4% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 97.8%/96.0% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 99.2%/96.1% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
York 86.7%/83.6% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 86.8%/83.9% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 85.7%/80.2% (+0.7%/+1.5%) 77.6%/73.7% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 82.0%/78.0% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 90.3%/87.2% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 89.1%/86.7% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 89.7%/87.8% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 92.8%/91.2% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 100.1%/97.6% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Hastings 86.7%/82.1% (+0.5%/+1.1%) 87.2%/82.9% (+0.5%/+1.0%) 80.0%/71.8% (+0.9%/+1.6%) 74.0%/66.0% (+0.8%/+1.9%) 80.5%/73.3% (+1.0%/+2.0%) 83.5%/78.1% (+0.7%/+1.4%) 79.7%/76.5% (+0.3%/+0.8%) 99.1%/96.9% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 100.2%/98.7% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 98.3%/95.9% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Haldimand-Norfolk 86.6%/82.5% (+1.1%/+1.6%) 88.1%/84.2% (+1.0%/+1.5%) 66.8%/61.0% (+1.3%/+3.1%) 69.0%/62.6% (+1.2%/+1.9%) 90.6%/83.5% (+1.6%/+2.6%) 90.8%/85.6% (+1.3%/+2.1%) 81.7%/78.7% (+1.1%/+1.4%) 94.7%/92.8% (+0.9%/+0.9%) 102.3%/100.9% (+0.6%/+0.6%) 98.2%/96.1% (+0.3%/+0.3%)
Brant County 86.2%/81.9% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 87.0%/83.0% (+0.6%/+1.0%) 76.0%/69.9% (+0.7%/+1.7%) 76.7%/69.8% (+0.8%/+1.6%) 83.7%/77.8% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 86.9%/82.7% (+0.8%/+1.3%) 84.7%/81.6% (+0.6%/+0.7%) 92.6%/90.6% (+0.2%/+0.5%) 99.3%/97.8% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 101.6%/99.0% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
North Bay 86.1%/81.7% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 86.6%/82.3% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 78.9%/71.4% (+1.0%/+1.7%) 72.7%/65.0% (+0.7%/+1.6%) 80.2%/72.9% (+0.8%/+1.5%) 84.5%/79.6% (+0.4%/+1.1%) 81.7%/78.6% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 96.8%/94.7% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 96.3%/94.8% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 100.6%/98.2% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Southwestern 86.0%/82.2% (-0.4%/+0.0%) 87.2%/83.5% (-0.4%/-0.1%) 72.6%/67.3% (+0.1%/+0.9%) 72.1%/66.1% (-0.3%/+0.4%) 88.0%/81.9% (-0.3%/+0.3%) 85.4%/81.1% (-0.3%/-0.0%) 83.9%/81.1% (-0.6%/-0.4%) 95.7%/93.9% (-0.6%/-0.4%) 100.8%/99.5% (-0.7%/-0.5%) 96.7%/94.7% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Grey Bruce 85.2%/81.8% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 86.3%/83.1% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 71.3%/65.4% (+0.6%/+1.5%) 68.9%/63.2% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 84.7%/79.1% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 88.0%/83.9% (+0.6%/+0.9%) 79.6%/77.1% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 95.4%/93.7% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 97.9%/96.8% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 92.6%/90.5% (+0.1%/+0.1%)
Toronto PHU 85.0%/80.9% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 85.2%/81.2% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 82.8%/76.7% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 79.5%/73.5% (+0.5%/+1.1%) 82.4%/77.9% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 80.4%/76.9% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 89.7%/86.5% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 92.3%/89.7% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 94.6%/92.5% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 90.2%/87.4% (+0.1%/+0.2%)
Chatham-Kent 84.9%/80.0% (+0.7%/+1.4%) 86.4%/81.7% (+0.7%/+1.3%) 66.4%/59.6% (+0.9%/+2.6%) 70.2%/62.5% (+1.1%/+2.0%) 80.4%/72.3% (+1.2%/+2.5%) 85.1%/79.0% (+0.9%/+1.8%) 81.6%/77.8% (+0.5%/+1.0%) 96.2%/93.9% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 101.3%/99.8% (+0.3%/+0.5%) 100.9%/98.3% (+0.4%/+0.3%)
City Of Hamilton 84.8%/80.3% (+0.4%/+0.9%) 85.1%/80.8% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 80.6%/73.2% (+0.7%/+1.7%) 77.0%/70.5% (+0.6%/+1.4%) 80.7%/75.0% (+0.7%/+1.2%) 83.9%/79.4% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 85.5%/82.0% (+0.4%/+0.6%) 90.5%/88.2% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.5%/93.6% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 98.4%/95.6% (+0.1%/+0.3%)
Lambton 83.7%/79.9% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 84.5%/80.8% (+0.4%/+0.8%) 72.9%/67.3% (+0.7%/+1.8%) 73.8%/67.4% (+0.7%/+1.4%) 84.1%/77.8% (+0.8%/+1.6%) 85.3%/80.8% (+0.7%/+1.1%) 79.0%/76.1% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 88.7%/86.9% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 95.4%/94.1% (+0.1%/+0.2%) 91.7%/89.9% (+0.1%/+0.0%)
Renfrew 83.4%/79.3% (+0.5%/+0.8%) 83.8%/79.9% (+0.4%/+0.7%) 78.0%/70.7% (+0.5%/+1.3%) 69.4%/62.5% (+0.9%/+1.4%) 69.9%/63.9% (+0.8%/+1.2%) 77.2%/72.9% (+0.5%/+0.9%) 81.9%/78.8% (+0.3%/+0.6%) 100.0%/97.9% (+0.2%/+0.4%) 100.6%/99.3% (+0.0%/+0.2%) 95.4%/93.3% (+0.0%/+0.1%)
Canada comparison - Source - data as of October 21
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7 Vaccines->> Vax(day) To date (per 100) Weekly vax update->> % with 1+ % with both
Canada 2,894 2820.6 3167.4 52.0 58.3 3.0 88,359 151.9 76.61 71.9
Alberta 770 759.9 883.1 120.3 139.8 6.9 17,047 144.9 72.18 64.3
British Columbia 715 640.4 574.0 87.1 78.0 4.5 15,585 157.4 78.56 73.1
Quebec 428 503.6 557.4 41.1 45.5 1.8 13,614 153.1 77.97 75.1
Ontario 413 406.1 476.1 19.3 22.6 1.4 22,689 151.4 76.53 72.4
Saskatchewan 355 312.9 413.3 185.8 245.4 11.4 3,839 138.7 70.72 63.4
Manitoba 92 81.3 91.9 41.2 46.6 2.9 3,194 149.1 74.56 70.9
New Brunswick 67 64.3 103.6 57.6 92.8 2.9 2,326 155.9 79.29 71.7
Northwest Territories 34 23.7 31.4 367.6 487.2 23.6 0 157.0 67.06 63.0
Nova Scotia 19 18.0 23.7 12.9 17.0 0.6 3,107 158.9 79.87 74.5
Yukon 1 6.1 6.1 102.2 102.3 inf 0 159.4 75.5 72.2
Newfoundland N/R 3.0 5.3 4.0 7.1 0.3 5,857 163.3 83.6 76.8
Prince Edward Island N/R 0.9 0.4 3.8 1.9 0.1 1,101 164.5 81.39 75.7
Nunavut 0 0.4 1.0 7.6 17.8 1.0 0 122.3 63.73 56.1
LTCs with 2+ new cases today: Why are there 0.5 cases/deaths?
LTC_Home City Beds New LTC cases Current Active Cases
LTC Deaths today: - this section is reported by the Ministry of LTC and the data may not reconcile with the LTC data above because that is published by the MoH.
LTC_Home City Beds Today's Deaths All-time Deaths
None reported by the Ministry of LTC
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date Count
Huron Perth 20s FEMALE Community 2021-10-21 2021-10-19 1
Toronto PHU 30s FEMALE Close contact 2021-10-17 2021-10-08 1
Chatham-Kent 50s MALE Close contact 2021-09-17 2021-09-16 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Close contact 2021-10-06 2021-10-01 1
London 70s MALE Travel 2021-10-04 2021-09-29 1
Toronto PHU 70s FEMALE Close contact 2021-09-20 2021-09-18 1
Windsor 70s FEMALE Community 2021-10-14 2021-10-04 1
York 70s FEMALE Close contact 2021-10-02 2021-09-25 1
Peel 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2021-06-14 2021-06-13 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-12-27 2020-12-23 1
Windsor 80s MALE Community 2021-10-13 2021-10-12 1
Niagara 90+ FEMALE Outbreak 2021-10-01 2021-09-29 1
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