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安省新增2716病例 创4月以来最低单日增幅​


安大略省周一报告了2,716例新冠新增病例,另外有19例新增死亡。
这是自4月1日以来的最低单日新增量,也是最近两周来第四次日增数量低于3,000例。
在过去的24小时内,安省完成了27,175例测试,低于一天前的38,000例。需要注意的是,在每周的前几天,测试数量通常会比较少。
安省的阳性测试率为9.1%,低于一周前的9.7%。
在新增病例中,多伦多有807例,皮尔有707例,约克地区有294例,Durham有168例,汉密尔顿有106例。
 

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7天平均病例数降到3,000例以下

今天的单日新增数不仅是7周以来最低,而且7天平均病例数在本月首次降到3,000例以下,即2,914例。

相比之下,此前一周平均病例数为3,509例,两周前平均数3,888,而在4月20日这一周,则高达4,319例。

参与检测人数及阳性率均下降

根据刚刚更新的数字,今天报告参加检测的人数为28,109人,这比周一(27,175人)略增,但比上周明显减少,上周最少也有3.3万,最多则是5.4万。

此外,安省的测试阳性率也降到8.5%,低于一周前的9.1%。
 

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只有废水的数据比更新前的5月5日250略高,其他数据都在稳步下降。

渥太华死亡的最小年龄为20岁的年轻女性,RIP!

安省达到7周来的最低值:2073。

艾伯塔省停止使用阿斯利康疫苗。

加拿大已经确认了12例VITT(疫苗诱导的血栓性血小板减少症)和3例死亡。

安省可能成为最新批准两针混合使用疫苗的省份。

COVID-19: Ontario new cases hit seven-week low; woman in her 20s becomes Ottawa's youngest fatality​

Across Ontario, more than 6.35 million vaccine doses have been administered, including 112,103 the previous day.

Author of the article:
Taylor Blewett
Publishing date:
May 11, 2021 • 19 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation
File: Pop-up COVID-19 vaccination centre at Overbrook Community Centre earlier this month.


File: Pop-up COVID-19 vaccination centre at Overbrook Community Centre earlier this month. PHOTO BY JULIE OLIVER /Postmedia

Article content​

Ontario reported 2,073 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the lowest number of infections logged in a 24-hour window in almost seven weeks.

Tuesday’s new case total includes 77 in Ottawa, 17 in Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington, three in Eastern Ontario, and two in both Leeds, Grenville & Lanark and Renfrew County and District.

On The Same Page Ep. 503​


Province-wide, 15 additional deaths were recorded, bringing the total number of lives lost to the disease in Ontario to 8,342.

Across Ontario, more than 6.35 million vaccine doses have been administered, including 112,103 the previous day. Close to 397,000 people have been fully vaccinated, with two doses.

On Monday, Ontario’s chief medical officer of health expressed his view that daily cases in the province must total fewer than 1,000 before the current stay-at-home order is lifted, given the presence of more transmissible variants of concern.

“We do not want a fourth wave,” said Dr. David Williams.

Vaccine booking through the provincial system (online or at 1-833-943-3900) opened at 8 a.m. Tuesday to people with certain health conditions, as well as a second group of workers whose jobs do not allow them to work from home. Review the list of health conditions here, and list of eligible job categories here.

Latest COVID-19 news in Ottawa​

A woman in her 20s is among the 525 Ottawa residents with a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 who’ve died since the pandemic began, Ottawa Public Health data shows.

She is the youngest Ottawa resident with a confirmed case of COVID-19 to die, according to OPH data.

The data also show one person in their 30s has died, five people in their 40s, 16 in their 50s, 58 in their 60s, 95 in their 70s, 189 in their 80s and 162 in their 90s.

This newspaper has reached out to OPH for additional information about the death of the patient in her 20s, including when it occurred.

Latest COVID-19 news in Quebec​

Quebec reported 660 new cases of COVID-19 and nine new deaths Tuesday.

The nine new deaths brought the toll to 11,002 since the pandemic began.

There were 540 people in hospital, an increase of three, while 128 patients were in ICU, five more than the previous report.

In the Outaouais region, 27 new cases were reported in the previous 24 hours, for a pandemic total of 11,700. The death toll is at 205.

The province reported 61,051 additional vaccine doses were administered Monday.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Quebec has reported 359,456 cases. A total of 340,637 people who have contracted the disease have since recovered.

COVID-19 in Canada: Alberta halts use of AZ

Alberta has stopped administering first doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in favour of other types of immunization, the Globe and Mail newspaper has reported.

The newspaper quotes Kristin Klein, the co-lead of the province’s vaccine task force, as saying the province has decided to shift to mRNA vaccines for first doses.

The report says the move is partly due to the greater supply of mRNA shots, such as the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna ones, and partly due to concerns over a rare blood clot condition linked to AstraZeneca.

Klein says AstraZeneca shots will still be made available to those who don’t want an mRNA vaccine or can’t receive one for health reasons.

She also says in the report that a decision has not yet been made on what shot will be administered as a second dose to those who were already given a shot of AstraZeneca.

Use of the AstraZeneca vaccine has been under added scrutiny in recent weeks, particularly after Canada’s panel of vaccine experts recommended that people who aren’t at a high risk of COVID-19 may want to wait to get a dose of Pfizer or Moderna.

The chair of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization has since said, however, that those who already received a dose of AstraZeneca shouldn’t feel like they made a poor choice.

Nearly all the 2.3 million doses of AstraZeneca delivered so far have been used. Officials have said another 650,000 doses are expected this month, and an additional million in June, though no precise dates have been given.

Canada has confirmed 12 cases of VITT — vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia — and three deaths.

Ontario, meanwhile, became the latest province to indicate Monday it will likely allow people to mix COVID-19 vaccine brands on the second dose as more Pfizer and Moderna shipments arrive.

 

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只有废水的数据比更新前的5月5日250略高,其他数据都在稳步下降。

渥太华死亡的最小年龄为20岁的年轻女性,RIP!

安省达到7周来的最低值:2073。

艾伯塔省停止使用阿斯利康疫苗。

加拿大已经确认了12例VITT(疫苗诱导的血栓性血小板减少症)和3例死亡。

安省可能成为最新批准两针混合使用疫苗的省份。

COVID-19: Ontario new cases hit seven-week low; woman in her 20s becomes Ottawa's youngest fatality​

Across Ontario, more than 6.35 million vaccine doses have been administered, including 112,103 the previous day.

Author of the article:
Taylor Blewett
Publishing date:
May 11, 2021 • 19 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation
File: Pop-up COVID-19 vaccination centre at Overbrook Community Centre earlier this month.


File: Pop-up COVID-19 vaccination centre at Overbrook Community Centre earlier this month. PHOTO BY JULIE OLIVER /Postmedia

Article content​

Ontario reported 2,073 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the lowest number of infections logged in a 24-hour window in almost seven weeks.

Tuesday’s new case total includes 77 in Ottawa, 17 in Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington, three in Eastern Ontario, and two in both Leeds, Grenville & Lanark and Renfrew County and District.

On The Same Page Ep. 503​


Province-wide, 15 additional deaths were recorded, bringing the total number of lives lost to the disease in Ontario to 8,342.

Across Ontario, more than 6.35 million vaccine doses have been administered, including 112,103 the previous day. Close to 397,000 people have been fully vaccinated, with two doses.

On Monday, Ontario’s chief medical officer of health expressed his view that daily cases in the province must total fewer than 1,000 before the current stay-at-home order is lifted, given the presence of more transmissible variants of concern.

“We do not want a fourth wave,” said Dr. David Williams.

Vaccine booking through the provincial system (online or at 1-833-943-3900) opened at 8 a.m. Tuesday to people with certain health conditions, as well as a second group of workers whose jobs do not allow them to work from home. Review the list of health conditions here, and list of eligible job categories here.

Latest COVID-19 news in Ottawa​

A woman in her 20s is among the 525 Ottawa residents with a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19 who’ve died since the pandemic began, Ottawa Public Health data shows.

She is the youngest Ottawa resident with a confirmed case of COVID-19 to die, according to OPH data.

The data also show one person in their 30s has died, five people in their 40s, 16 in their 50s, 58 in their 60s, 95 in their 70s, 189 in their 80s and 162 in their 90s.

This newspaper has reached out to OPH for additional information about the death of the patient in her 20s, including when it occurred.

Latest COVID-19 news in Quebec​

Quebec reported 660 new cases of COVID-19 and nine new deaths Tuesday.

The nine new deaths brought the toll to 11,002 since the pandemic began.

There were 540 people in hospital, an increase of three, while 128 patients were in ICU, five more than the previous report.

In the Outaouais region, 27 new cases were reported in the previous 24 hours, for a pandemic total of 11,700. The death toll is at 205.

The province reported 61,051 additional vaccine doses were administered Monday.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Quebec has reported 359,456 cases. A total of 340,637 people who have contracted the disease have since recovered.

COVID-19 in Canada: Alberta halts use of AZ

Alberta has stopped administering first doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in favour of other types of immunization, the Globe and Mail newspaper has reported.

The newspaper quotes Kristin Klein, the co-lead of the province’s vaccine task force, as saying the province has decided to shift to mRNA vaccines for first doses.

The report says the move is partly due to the greater supply of mRNA shots, such as the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna ones, and partly due to concerns over a rare blood clot condition linked to AstraZeneca.

Klein says AstraZeneca shots will still be made available to those who don’t want an mRNA vaccine or can’t receive one for health reasons.

She also says in the report that a decision has not yet been made on what shot will be administered as a second dose to those who were already given a shot of AstraZeneca.

Use of the AstraZeneca vaccine has been under added scrutiny in recent weeks, particularly after Canada’s panel of vaccine experts recommended that people who aren’t at a high risk of COVID-19 may want to wait to get a dose of Pfizer or Moderna.

The chair of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization has since said, however, that those who already received a dose of AstraZeneca shouldn’t feel like they made a poor choice.

Nearly all the 2.3 million doses of AstraZeneca delivered so far have been used. Officials have said another 650,000 doses are expected this month, and an additional million in June, though no precise dates have been given.

Canada has confirmed 12 cases of VITT — vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia — and three deaths.

Ontario, meanwhile, became the latest province to indicate Monday it will likely allow people to mix COVID-19 vaccine brands on the second dose as more Pfizer and Moderna shipments arrive.

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