Nova Scotia Update:
0 new deaths
0 new hospitalizations (2 total)
0 new ICU cases (1 total)
0 new cases (1061 total)
505 tests done
0 new recoveries (997 total)
2 active cases (0.19% of cases are active, 99.81% are concluded)
NS has 0 new deaths today. 53/62 (85%) NS deaths are from Northwood and 57/62 (92%) are from long term care in general (11 different facilities have reported cases, none have an active case). Yesterday, 505 tests were completed with 0 new cases reported. 99.81% of ALL cases since day 1 are now concluded. NS is now at 13 days in a row with no deaths and just 2 new cases overall in the last 14 days, none in the last 8 days. There are just 2 active cases in NS, all outside LTC (both in hospital). Northwood is at 20 days with no new cases.
From the Press Release:
"The past few months have been difficult for our province and it is good to see Nova Scotians starting to return to normal life," said Premier Stephen McNeil. As the weather returns, I encourage everyone to go out and enjoy all that the province has to offer. But we must continue to be vigilant and careful, and to follow the directives of Public Health."
- NS has 62 deaths, making the death rate 62/1M population
- Canada's rate sitting at 219/1M
- Global rate is 57.3/1M
- US rate is 357/1M
- Austria rate is 77/1M
- *Spain is 578/1M
- Sweden is 483/1M
Notable points for today:
- It's been determined that Spain has effectively put their death rate on hold due to the new reporting system they are using. I will update once I can find out more.
- Austria reports 3 deaths meaning 37/39 days under 0.5% increase as well as the last 18/19 days at/under 0.3%. Pandemic has been contained.
- The rate of increase in Canada increased slightly but still under 0.5%. This marks 33 days in a row at 2.1% or less including 12 in a row under 1%.
- The US rate of increase ticked up but still under 0.8%. They are at 33 days in a row under a 2% increase, 23 of them under 1% including the last 18 in a row.
- Sweden's increase was 0.98%. 34 of the last 39 days are under 2% including the last 20 in a row and the last 11/13 under 1%.
Nova Scotia Update: