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2022.01.23 12:21 gigi19876 Michelin-Männchen

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2022.01.23 12:21 princesskim0112 Birthday nails!

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2022.01.23 12:21 Gardenia_Doll What film/ tv series ending, you still can’t get over?

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2022.01.23 12:21 dumnezero "Nuclear power is opposed by an unholy alliance of environmentalists and neoliberals - yet it seems the best solution for providing plentiful, reliable, and clean energy. As a demand, it seems an open goal for the left - so why are so many resistant?" (podcast)

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2022.01.23 12:21 cannaquistador Moxie Zod (same batch)

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2022.01.23 12:21 SirGeorgeSnow Omicron and Long Covid mental effects

Hello!
I am 35 years old, 175cm male, 95kg and I take no medication.
I have asthma (yet no big symptoms from many years since I did immunotherapy) and I also have an anxiety disorder.
I take no medication.
I am really scared of getting Long Covid, now more than ever because there is sooo many covid cases and everyone is out there socializing, almost no restrictions.
I keep reading that Long Covid can happen even in mild cases and the fact that Omicron is mild do not mean that will not cause Long Covid.
Yet it looks like 50% of the population will get Omicron and no one's cares because "it's mild".
Well I care I am really afraid, not afraid of dying from the infection but afraid of possible long term consequences and that it can make my pshycological issues worst.
Long covid is such a shady subject. Many people still don't know about it. All the measures are only based on hospitalisations and deaths and no one cares for it.
Also there is so many confliting information about it that makes me really confused. Some studies say that only 5% of the people got if from Delta but others say 10%, 30% and even 60%... What's the most accurate???
I completely isolate myself now!
I do everything alone. I keep going out everyday but the few interactions with people I have are outdoors and with 2 meter distance.
I use goggles and 2 masks on public transport and supermarkets because no one cares and many people is with the nose out of the mask (many even with no masks at all).
And I don't go to any other indoor public spaces.
Am I the crazy one? Or is almost everyone else who prefer to ignore the possible dangers from this variant?
I never react like this to covid before, I was living life like everyone else and accepting the risk because on previous waves when cases were too high they close everything. If the cases were not too high I accept the risk and live my life.
But now the risk is too high of catching Omicron with the world like that, and just because people are not dying do not mean it's not dangerous. Or am I wrong? So what's wrong with the world?
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2022.01.23 12:21 Beyphorweyb Advice?

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2022.01.23 12:21 cheepypeepy Not sure if dumb, but anyone ever used these?

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2022.01.23 12:21 snail_fartz should i be worried about how weird her chest looks? she's around 6 years old

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2022.01.23 12:21 GoKittyGoKitty hi. back again lol. lengthy post ikkkk

TW: suicide, self harm
i posted on this subreddit maybe a month or two ago? i have poor memory so idk. im really, really struggling right now. last time i posted, i mentioned that my mom was reaching out to therapists, and it seemed like i was progressing rather quickly in that area, but my mom never actually made the phone calls. she did, however, sign the whole family up for a new doctor or whatever, who she said could get me a therapist. but due to some concerning symptoms my brother was exhibiting kinda put that to a halt. we think he's fine, likely just a small issue with his thyroid (which has always been messed up). i don't know how long things are going to be on pause for, but mom mentioned something about going to a check up and bringing the therapy thing up with the doctor. im incredibly nervous, as they might ask why i feel i need to go to therapy, and i dont know what i'll say. im feeling terribly depressed and suicidal, but i can't just go out and say that. it's so embarrassing. i also forgot how transparent my last therapist was with my mom about some of the things i do, so thats not terrifying at all. anyways, my mom seems to be taking her sweet time, but i don't think i have much left.
being alive is so draining, and every day i find more and more things to hate about this planet, especially things related to animals being harmed (which i really CANT handle. i have full blown panic attacks and begin to spiral when i hear about specific events involving the harm or death of animals. im really not sure why, i'd like to think im just sensitive, but i've never met someone who has such a dramatic physiological reaction to things like that.). i also realized that im simply INCAPABLE of making and maintaining friendships. as much as i enjoy being alone, not having to worry about anyone but myself, im incredibly dependent on others in a way that i really cant explain. this also made me realize that i have serious abandonment issues, which surprisingly never crossed my mind, even though my dad has abandoned me multiple times throughout my life. yesterday i made friends with a girl on Smule, a singing app, and everything was going fine. we weren't really friends, but i got attached pretty quick. but only after a few hours, i could tell she was getting bored of me. i also began to see that she has sooooo many friends. she would talk on and on about how bad she is at making friends, but she was incredibly popular. it made me feel kinda shitty, yknow? but that's besides the point. i shut down when i see people grow tired of me and slowly drift away. it makes me wonder what is wrong with me. what makes me so intolerable? why am i so fucking easy to forget? i just dont know what to think of anything anymore. i stayed up all night, and usually i can fall asleep decently, but this time it physically hurt to try. i felt a pain in my chest that felt so absent but so intensely present at the same time. im starting to consider self harm again, even though i said i wouldnt for the sake of my sister. im really running out of options here. i dont have anyone to talk to, my brain has had a worsening foggy feeling, and all of my talents are rapidly disappearing, presumably because of my overall decline in character. there's nothing to stimulate me anymore. i've grown incredibly irritable, i feel as though my lungs are slowly weakening. everything hurts so much at the moment. and i'm sure there will be moments where im on cloud nine, but i cant continue this cycle anymore. i want to have control over my life and keep it. i really need your help guys,
i apologize for spelling and grammatical errors. im too tired. i'd really appreciate if some of you could talk about your personal experiences, if that's alright. advice would be nice too. i really need a distraction. :)
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2022.01.23 12:21 Temporary_Class8627 Problems with buying the Minecraft

I recently wanted to buy a Minecraft to play it on my pc,but i saw there were 2 versions for sale-Java Edition and Windows 10 Edition..So which one is better and what are the differences between these two?
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2022.01.23 12:21 Ok_Meringue_5004 New Title Clerk

I started training a little over 3 months ago in this position. Have other dealership experience, but not title or accounting experience. My boss knew this when hiring me. I really like the job and have my own state down. However, out of states, locating titles from trades and the accounting part are taking a little longer. I was recently written up and told I ask too many questions, take excessive breaks, am disorganized, talk too much. This is not true. I was told I could take one break in the morning and one in the afternoon and I have never taken any more. I do not have time to talk, but they gather by my desk bc it is by the"water cooler" and I do sometimes add a comment here and there bc I felt it rude not to. Unfortunately their AP/AR girl quit 2 weeks into me starting. My boss is learning her new position as office manager, training 2 people at once. I feel fo her, but I am not doing any of the things she wrote me up for except asking her "too many" questions. At this point I have invested time and I like the dealership. It is better than most. So I am not taking ANY breaks, not drinking all the water I do so I don't have to use the bathroom so much ( I think bc I potty a lot she thinks I am taking another break). I have made contact with my software company for accounting. They are going to help with that. I am very organized except for what SHE puts on my desk. Then I organize it for me to work on. Even my stamp drawer is organized. I am really good with computers and can learn any software. I type well. I have taken some courses for their software when I have time. I have bought my own books, supplies, am never late, don't call in, don't talk personal stuff. I do not even drink. Yet here I am embarrassed, confused and feel sabotaged. I KNOW I am doing my best. It is a challenging job, that is why I like it. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to turn things around with a boss who has deals on her desk that I am looking for, who doesn't give them to me after I email everyone about it, yet expects me to stay a week ahead? A boss who is literally lying about me? I have to have a job and looking for another one is a job in itself. I am not taking it personally and believe I can alleviate the "confusion" over breaks by not taking any, but my hour lunch. It just feels like it may be a waste if time...if she is already lying on me. Is it even worth going back?
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2022.01.23 12:21 Serious-Scholar-8998 How to stop liking this person?

I (17M) like someone (18M), and I think he likes me too. We often talk and become intimate in those conversations. I really like him, but I try not to. I want to be close with him and take care of him. However, I don't think that we'll last if ever we actually become together... because most relationships don't even work out.
Moreover, I want to be single and celibate for the rest of my life. I still have a lot of dreams to achieve and plans to work on. I think this will just be a distraction to my plans.
Now, I'm just praying that he won't message me anymore. I don't want to hurt him later. I have this sort of thing in my head that if I really love him, then I should let him go than be with me.
I'm not putting myself down or anything. I just think I'm better off being single because it's really my dream life. I'm a very complex person with different personas and I've only shown one side of myself to him so far compared with my friends to whom I've shown almost every side of me.
So how? How am I going to finish this before I even hurt him? How do I escape this?
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2022.01.23 12:21 The_Almighty_Duck What are the odds of the Lucky Board?

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2022.01.23 12:21 strategicpublish Russia: We don't want NATO in Romania and Bulgaria

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2022.01.23 12:21 mmamabear My new pothos is def the Star of the show!

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2022.01.23 12:21 Low-Field-3112 برادران سه استیکر اخر شما نشون میده در اینده چه شکلی میمیرید مال من🛢️🍺🤙🏼

برادران سه استیکر اخر شما نشون میده در اینده چه شکلی میمیرید مال من🛢️🍺🤙🏼 submitted by Low-Field-3112 to Qdpay [link] [comments]


2022.01.23 12:21 IzzI_Demon What is a common habit that many people have that rubs you the wrong way or you think is extremely rude?

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2022.01.23 12:21 cube2kids Why is increasing the speed of a particle doing that ?

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2022.01.23 12:21 Sukmydikc Cheeeeeeeese!

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2022.01.23 12:21 MusicLabBeats 2022 Trap Type Beat - Changes

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2022.01.23 12:21 enterprisevalue Ontario Jan 23: 5,833 Cases, 57-1=56 Deaths, 32,247 tests (18.1% to 18.2% pos.) 🏥 ICUs: 604 (+4 vs. yest.) (+25 vs. last wk) 💉 79,025 admin, 88.57% / 82.85% / 42.90% (+0.06%, / +0.11% / 0.39%) of 5+ at least 1/2/3 dosed, 🛡️ 5+ Cases by Vax (un/part/full): 37.0 / 27.4 / 36.4 (All: 39.4) per 100k

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2022-01-23.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:
ICU Capacity (chg in week) - last updated Jan 23
Vaccine effectiveness data: (assumed 14 days to effectiveness) Source
Metric Unvax_All Unvax_5+ Partial Full Unknown
Cases - today 835 670 223 4,175 600
Cases Per 100k - today 32.88 36.96 27.44 36.40 -
Risk vs. full - today 0.90x 1.01x 0.75x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - today - - 25.7% 1.5% -
Avg daily Per 100k - week 39.32 43.76 29.06 45.09 -
Risk vs. full - week 0.87x 0.97x 0.65x 1.00x -
Case % less risk vs. unvax - week - - 33.6% -3.0% -
ICU - count 216 n/a 17 227 140
ICU per mill 84.68 - 21.01 19.80 -
ICU % less risk vs. unvax - - 75.2% 76.6% -
ICU risk vs. full 4.28x - 1.06x 1.00x -
Non_ICU Hosp - count 783 n/a 194 2,079 -
Non_ICU Hosp per mill 306.97 - 239.77 181.38 -
Non_ICU Hosp % less risk vs. unvax - - 21.9% 40.9% -
Non_ICU Hosp risk vs. full 1.69x - 1.32x 1.00x -
Vaccines - detailed data: Source
Random vaccine stats
Vaccine data (by age) - Charts of [first doses]() and [second doses]()
Age Cases/100k First doses Second doses Third doses First Dose % (day/week) Second Dose % (day/week) Third Dose % (day/week)
05-11yrs 29.7 5,068 11,650 0 51.93% (+0.47% / +2.23%) 10.14% (+1.08% / +3.51%) 0.00% (+0.00% / +0.00%)
12-17yrs 35.1 339 457 319 86.73% (+0.04% / +0.23%) 83.12% (+0.05% / +0.27%) 1.36% (+0.03% / +0.22%)
18-29yrs 44.7 1,330 1,092 12,238 86.82% (+0.05% / +0.49%) 82.65% (+0.04% / +0.44%) 29.56% (+0.49% / +3.62%)
30-39yrs 52.2 718 606 10,497 89.34% (+0.04% / +0.33%) 86.02% (+0.03% / +0.31%) 36.61% (+0.52% / +4.08%)
40-49yrs 43.9 406 387 10,275 90.07% (+0.02% / +0.20%) 87.72% (+0.02% / +0.21%) 43.32% (+0.55% / +4.55%)
50-59yrs 38.8 286 327 10,085 90.48% (+0.01% / +0.15%) 88.62% (+0.02% / +0.16%) 53.36% (+0.49% / +4.27%)
60-69yrs 25.7 237 177 7,529 97.02% (+0.01% / +0.13%) 95.36% (+0.01% / +0.13%) 68.16% (+0.43% / +4.31%)
70-79yrs 25.7 100 97 3,000 100.17% (+0.01% / +0.10%) 98.69% (+0.01% / +0.09%) 78.95% (+0.26% / +3.12%)
80+ yrs 67.8 27 29 1,437 102.71% (+0.00% / +0.05%) 100.28% (+0.00% / +0.05%) 80.28% (+0.22% / +2.53%)
Unknown 196 5 1 0.04% (+0.00% / +0.01%) 0.01% (+0.00% / -0.00%) 0.00% (+0.00% / +0.00%)
Total - 18+ 3,104 2,715 55,061 92.01% (+0.03% / +0.25%) 89.38% (+0.02% / +0.24%) 50.10% (+0.46% / +3.95%)
Total - 12+ 3,443 3,172 55,380 91.62% (+0.03% / +0.24%) 88.92% (+0.02% / +0.24%) 46.48% (+0.43% / +3.67%)
Total - 5+ 8,511 14,822 55,380 88.57% (+0.06% / +0.40%) 82.85% (+0.11% / +0.49%) 42.90% (+0.40% / +3.39%)
Outbreak data (latest data as of January 22)- Source and Definitions
Global Vaccine Comparison: - % fully vaxxed - Full list on Tab 6 - Source
Global Boosters (% fully vaxxed), doses per 100 people to date:
Global Case Comparison: - Major Countries - Cases per 100k in the last week (% with at least one dose) - Full list - tab 6 Source
Global 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 - % 2+ 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 91,704 117,800 175,327 158,509 96,881 183,084
Hosp. - current 17,976 19,628 18,593 13,225 8,118 39,254
Vent. - current 664 777 868 875 849 4,077
England weekly cases/100k by age:
<60 1144.5 1705.2 2099.9 1581.8 1153.6 2210.1
60+ 422.4 783.1 1087.4 552.5 218.1 1130.2
Jail Data - (latest data as of January 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 0.01% 3
20s 0.00% 0 0.00% 2
30s 0.00% 0 0.01% 6
40s 0.17% 5 0.06% 24
50s 0.33% 8 0.10% 34
60s 1.88% 28 0.47% 84
70s 3.66% 42 2.00% 146
80s 5.29% 101 5.20% 154
90+ 7.18% 109 8.72% 75
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 5833 6939.9 9927.9 326.8 467.5 455.3 14.1 18.8 32.4 21.4 13.0 7.4 73.2 18.4 0.9
Toronto PHU 1022 1300.1 1900.0 291.7 426.2 435.5 18.5 14.7 31.5 21.7 13.2 1.2 84.8 13.9 0.1
Peel 884 998.4 1374.9 435.1 599.2 563.8 15.0 23.4 30.3 21.8 8.8 4.1 86.3 9.0 0.6
York 467 543.4 929.7 310.3 530.9 338.6 17.1 15.0 30.0 24.8 13.1 9.9 78.6 10.7 0.9
Hamilton 351 343.6 460.0 406.1 543.8 581.4 8.5 20.2 33.0 22.8 15.1 1.4 83.5 15.1 0.0
Ottawa 307 355.7 486.3 236.1 322.7 368.3 12.1 16.0 39.7 20.2 12.1 26.4 29.3 39.7 4.6
Halton 270 376.4 498.9 425.6 564.0 397.0 14.4 21.5 29.3 20.7 13.3 4.4 85.6 10.0 0.0
London 245 233.1 301.0 321.6 415.1 521.5 11.0 26.1 32.7 21.6 8.6 13.5 66.9 19.2 0.4
Durham 237 348.9 778.7 342.6 764.7 559.8 13.5 17.7 24.9 19.8 23.2 0.8 72.2 26.2 0.8
Waterloo Region 225 321.0 513.4 384.5 615.0 556.8 13.3 26.2 29.3 17.3 13.8 3.1 64.4 32.4 0.0
Simcoe-Muskoka 190 292.9 366.3 341.9 427.6 405.6 12.6 15.8 40.0 20.0 11.6 7.4 82.6 10.0 0.0
Windsor 166 249.4 328.9 411.0 541.9 554.6 11.4 19.3 36.7 24.1 8.4 11.4 71.1 16.3 1.2
Sudbury 147 112.0 130.9 393.8 460.1 697.8 8.2 14.3 36.1 23.8 17.7 3.4 51.0 45.6 0.0
Niagara 141 232.3 349.6 344.1 517.9 513.4 5.0 14.2 47.5 22.7 10.6 0.7 83.0 16.3 0.0
Wellington-Guelph 108 125.1 143.6 280.9 322.2 382.5 12.0 24.1 27.8 16.7 19.4 3.7 74.1 22.2 0.0
Northwestern 98 44.4 46.7 354.8 373.0 508.8 21.4 23.5 34.7 18.4 2.0 15.3 46.9 33.7 4.1
Eastern Ontario 88 114.7 149.1 384.8 500.2 551.5 10.2 10.2 26.1 25.0 28.4 9.1 59.1 28.4 3.4
Thunder Bay 87 73.3 90.3 342.1 421.4 556.8 16.1 29.9 21.8 20.7 11.5 19.5 64.4 14.9 1.1
Haliburton, Kawartha 85 70.9 80.9 262.5 299.5 363.6 5.9 22.4 38.8 16.5 16.5 0.0 36.5 63.5 0.0
Lambton 82 85.1 109.1 455.1 583.4 701.0 23.2 12.2 31.7 20.7 12.2 9.8 74.4 15.9 0.0
Southwestern 75 76.9 98.1 254.4 324.8 381.1 13.3 16.0 41.3 21.3 8.0 26.7 50.7 13.3 9.3
Algoma 73 54.9 46.1 335.6 282.3 507.8 9.6 19.2 35.6 12.3 23.3 8.2 80.8 11.0 0.0
Kingston 61 52.6 67.4 173.0 221.9 249.2 27.9 9.8 36.1 24.6 1.6 37.7 45.9 9.8 6.6
North Bay 60 39.1 41.9 211.1 225.8 171.8 16.7 20.0 33.3 15.0 15.0 6.7 75.0 18.3 0.0
Huron Perth 46 40.0 42.0 200.4 210.4 286.2 10.9 17.4 30.4 21.7 19.6 10.9 39.1 50.0 0.0
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 40 53.1 47.0 214.8 190.0 332.0 7.5 17.5 35.0 17.5 22.5 0.0 62.5 37.5 0.0
Haldimand-Norfolk 40 54.0 73.1 331.3 448.8 505.8 10.0 15.0 30.0 27.5 17.5 2.5 72.5 15.0 10.0
Chatham-Kent 39 68.3 71.0 449.6 467.5 567.2 12.8 12.8 23.1 35.9 15.4 10.3 82.1 7.7 0.0
Peterborough 38 45.9 67.6 216.9 319.6 324.3 5.3 23.7 44.7 13.2 13.2 10.5 60.5 28.9 0.0
Brant 38 79.7 108.6 359.5 489.7 534.1 7.9 7.9 36.8 26.3 21.1 5.3 63.2 31.6 0.0
Hastings 34 43.9 75.7 182.2 314.5 390.5 20.6 26.5 29.4 11.8 11.8 14.7 85.3 -2.9 2.9
Porcupine 30 30.6 38.3 256.4 321.1 463.7 10.0 30.0 40.0 20.0 3.3 20.0 60.0 20.0 0.0
Renfrew 28 31.9 44.4 205.3 286.3 290.9 14.3 14.3 32.1 21.4 17.9 53.6 17.9 28.6 0.0
Grey Bruce 27 40.1 54.7 165.4 225.5 171.3 14.8 25.9 25.9 25.9 7.4 40.7 44.4 11.1 3.7
Timiskaming 4 8.1 13.7 174.4 293.6 345.6 25.0 -25.0 25.0 25.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 0.0 0.0
Regions of Zeroes 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Vaccine coverage by PHU/age group - as of January 23 (% at least two/three dosed, chg. week) -
PHU name 5+ population 12+ 05-11yrs 12-17yrs 18-29yrs 30-39yrs 40-49yrs 50-59yrs 60-69yrs 70-79yrs 80+
Leeds, Grenville, Lanark 88.2%/52.8% (+0.4%/+4.2%) 94.2%/56.7% (+0.2%/+4.5%) 6.0%/0.0% (+2.8%/+0.0%) 81.7%/1.7% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 82.3%/30.9% (+0.4%/+3.6%) 96.3%/41.5% (+0.3%/+4.5%) 89.8%/47.3% (+0.2%/+5.3%) 87.6%/56.6% (+0.2%/+5.6%) 100.0%/77.2% (+0.0%/+6.0%) 100.0%/89.7% (+0.0%/+3.8%) 100.0%/90.4% (+0.0%/+2.9%)
Northwestern 86.0%/45.5% (+0.5%/+3.3%) 94.7%/50.3% (+0.3%/+3.7%) 4.8%/0.0% (+2.4%/+0.0%) 86.5%/3.2% (+0.5%/+0.7%) 93.0%/32.3% (+0.5%/+3.2%) 97.6%/42.8% (+0.4%/+4.3%) 95.1%/49.6% (+0.3%/+4.4%) 90.8%/57.3% (+0.3%/+4.4%) 97.3%/71.6% (+0.1%/+4.7%) 100.0%/81.3% (+0.0%/+2.9%) 99.4%/80.8% (+0.0%/+3.0%)
Kingston 85.8%/55.8% (+0.6%/+1.8%) 91.1%/60.0% (+0.3%/+1.9%) 14.5%/0.0% (+5.2%/+0.0%) 89.5%/2.0% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 83.9%/40.9% (+0.6%/+2.4%) 87.2%/49.6% (+0.4%/+2.2%) 88.7%/57.9% (+0.2%/+2.0%) 88.0%/65.3% (+0.2%/+2.0%) 98.9%/82.7% (+0.1%/+2.0%) 99.9%/88.3% (+0.1%/+1.6%) 100.0%/88.3% (+0.0%/+1.2%)
City Of Ottawa 85.8%/50.6% (+0.5%/+2.6%) 91.6%/54.9% (+0.2%/+2.8%) 17.6%/0.0% (+4.0%/+0.0%) 90.6%/1.7% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 82.7%/36.9% (+0.4%/+3.1%) 88.4%/47.4% (+0.3%/+3.4%) 92.6%/56.7% (+0.2%/+3.7%) 93.0%/65.6% (+0.2%/+3.2%) 97.1%/77.2% (+0.1%/+2.7%) 100.0%/87.1% (+0.0%/+1.8%) 100.0%/89.4% (+0.0%/+1.6%)
London 84.8%/43.9% (+0.4%/+4.8%) 91.6%/47.8% (+0.2%/+5.2%) 6.9%/0.0% (+2.6%/+0.0%) 89.9%/1.4% (+0.4%/+0.3%) 88.4%/30.4% (+0.7%/+5.8%) 88.5%/37.2% (+0.3%/+6.1%) 91.0%/45.2% (+0.2%/+7.0%) 87.7%/55.0% (+0.1%/+5.2%) 95.7%/70.6% (-0.0%/+5.2%) 100.0%/83.4% (+0.0%/+4.2%) 100.0%/85.9% (+0.0%/+3.5%)
Durham 84.2%/41.7% (+0.6%/+3.9%) 91.5%/45.7% (+0.1%/+4.2%) 9.2%/0.0% (+6.0%/+0.0%) 85.8%/1.4% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 83.0%/29.8% (+0.1%/+4.0%) 92.5%/36.3% (+0.3%/+5.3%) 91.4%/43.3% (+0.1%/+5.9%) 90.1%/53.4% (-0.0%/+4.6%) 96.7%/68.0% (-0.0%/+4.4%) 100.0%/79.9% (+0.0%/+3.2%) 100.0%/84.8% (+0.0%/+2.8%)
Halton 84.0%/43.6% (+0.6%/+4.5%) 91.5%/48.0% (+0.2%/+4.9%) 10.1%/0.0% (+4.7%/+0.0%) 90.5%/1.4% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 82.3%/32.1% (+0.3%/+4.9%) 91.0%/40.6% (+0.3%/+5.9%) 90.5%/46.3% (+0.2%/+6.3%) 92.3%/57.9% (+0.1%/+6.1%) 95.3%/69.4% (+0.1%/+5.6%) 98.9%/79.9% (+0.1%/+3.5%) 100.0%/86.9% (+0.0%/+3.0%)
Toronto PHU 83.7%/41.7% (+0.4%/+3.1%) 88.4%/44.5% (+0.2%/+3.3%) 15.3%/0.0% (+3.9%/+0.0%) 84.5%/1.5% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 83.1%/29.8% (+0.4%/+3.3%) 83.8%/37.4% (+0.2%/+3.7%) 87.4%/43.8% (+0.1%/+3.9%) 92.2%/53.1% (+0.2%/+4.0%) 96.9%/65.2% (+0.1%/+3.8%) 97.7%/74.1% (+0.1%/+2.8%) 92.5%/70.5% (+0.1%/+2.2%)
Wellington-Guelph 83.0%/45.3% (+0.4%/+3.1%) 89.3%/49.5% (+0.1%/+3.4%) 16.0%/0.0% (+3.4%/+0.0%) 82.6%/1.6% (+0.1%/+0.3%) 80.3%/31.5% (+0.1%/+3.2%) 87.6%/39.4% (+0.2%/+3.7%) 87.1%/46.6% (+0.1%/+4.0%) 88.8%/55.9% (+0.0%/+4.4%) 96.6%/72.5% (-0.0%/+4.5%) 100.0%/86.3% (+0.0%/+2.4%) 100.0%/93.4% (+0.0%/+1.7%)
York 82.7%/42.9% (+0.6%/+3.6%) 89.1%/46.7% (+0.2%/+3.9%) 11.3%/0.0% (+3.9%/+0.0%) 87.0%/1.3% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 82.6%/35.3% (+0.3%/+5.0%) 87.2%/39.6% (+0.4%/+4.7%) 89.6%/44.6% (+0.2%/+5.2%) 88.9%/52.8% (+0.2%/+3.9%) 92.2%/64.8% (+0.2%/+3.6%) 96.5%/74.9% (+0.1%/+2.8%) 100.0%/77.9% (+0.0%/+2.5%)
Peel 82.7%/32.8% (+0.4%/+3.3%) 89.8%/35.7% (+0.3%/+3.6%) 3.2%/0.0% (+1.3%/+0.0%) 82.1%/0.8% (+0.2%/+0.1%) 91.5%/24.1% (+0.5%/+3.1%) 84.3%/26.4% (+0.4%/+3.7%) 86.9%/32.6% (+0.2%/+4.4%) 91.3%/46.2% (+0.1%/+4.7%) 95.0%/57.2% (+0.2%/+4.7%) 96.3%/66.5% (+0.2%/+3.4%) 98.5%/70.2% (+0.1%/+2.6%)
Waterloo Region 82.6%/44.1% (+0.7%/+3.1%) 89.0%/48.1% (+0.3%/+3.4%) 12.7%/0.0% (+4.8%/+0.0%) 83.9%/1.4% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 84.3%/33.3% (+0.6%/+3.6%) 88.2%/41.7% (+0.3%/+3.7%) 87.9%/48.4% (+0.2%/+3.8%) 88.0%/56.6% (+0.1%/+3.7%) 93.4%/70.1% (+0.1%/+4.5%) 98.3%/81.9% (+0.1%/+3.0%) 100.0%/87.0% (+0.0%/+2.8%)
Sudbury 82.1%/44.5% (+0.5%/+3.3%) 88.1%/48.1% (+0.3%/+3.6%) 6.5%/0.0% (+2.7%/+0.0%) 82.1%/1.9% (+0.3%/+0.4%) 78.6%/26.0% (+0.6%/+3.1%) 83.3%/32.5% (+0.5%/+3.2%) 85.4%/42.0% (+0.4%/+4.0%) 86.1%/53.0% (+0.2%/+4.2%) 96.2%/70.6% (+0.0%/+4.6%) 100.0%/84.0% (+0.0%/+3.7%) 100.0%/83.2% (+0.0%/+3.2%)
Algoma 82.0%/48.2% (+0.7%/+3.7%) 87.1%/51.9% (+0.3%/+4.0%) 14.9%/0.0% (+6.1%/+0.0%) 79.5%/2.1% (+0.4%/+0.3%) 74.8%/28.4% (+0.4%/+2.9%) 85.5%/37.9% (+0.5%/+3.7%) 85.5%/44.3% (+0.4%/+3.8%) 82.7%/52.2% (+0.3%/+4.8%) 94.6%/71.1% (+0.1%/+5.7%) 97.4%/81.0% (+0.1%/+4.2%) 98.1%/81.7% (-0.0%/+3.5%)
Thunder Bay 81.9%/44.4% (+0.5%/+5.1%) 88.2%/48.0% (+0.3%/+5.5%) 4.8%/0.0% (+3.1%/+0.0%) 79.6%/2.3% (+0.5%/+0.5%) 78.8%/25.8% (+0.5%/+4.8%) 88.4%/37.0% (+0.4%/+6.8%) 86.4%/43.6% (+0.3%/+7.6%) 86.8%/53.9% (+0.1%/+6.1%) 93.3%/68.1% (+0.1%/+6.3%) 100.0%/81.5% (+0.0%/+4.4%) 100.0%/82.6% (+0.0%/+3.8%)
Peterborough 81.8%/50.1% (+0.3%/+2.9%) 87.4%/54.0% (+0.2%/+3.2%) 8.2%/0.0% (+1.2%/+0.0%) 79.6%/1.5% (+0.4%/+0.3%) 74.2%/29.9% (+0.3%/+3.5%) 87.5%/42.9% (+0.4%/+3.9%) 85.6%/49.0% (+0.3%/+4.1%) 81.0%/54.8% (+0.2%/+3.5%) 94.6%/73.8% (+0.1%/+3.5%) 100.0%/86.4% (+0.0%/+2.1%) 100.0%/87.6% (+0.0%/+2.0%)
City Of Hamilton 81.7%/43.5% (+0.5%/+2.5%) 87.5%/47.1% (+0.3%/+2.8%) 12.1%/0.0% (+3.2%/+0.0%) 80.5%/1.2% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 82.2%/31.3% (+0.6%/+3.0%) 85.2%/38.9% (+0.3%/+2.9%) 86.2%/43.3% (+0.3%/+3.2%) 86.7%/53.2% (+0.2%/+3.3%) 93.0%/67.5% (+0.1%/+3.1%) 97.1%/78.5% (+0.1%/+2.4%) 98.7%/78.8% (+0.1%/+2.1%)
Haliburton, Kawartha 81.6%/47.5% (+0.5%/+3.0%) 86.6%/50.6% (+0.4%/+3.2%) 4.3%/0.0% (+1.5%/+0.0%) 73.9%/1.4% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 76.4%/26.6% (+0.5%/+3.3%) 86.1%/33.4% (+0.6%/+3.5%) 82.5%/39.5% (+0.5%/+3.7%) 80.5%/48.0% (+0.5%/+3.7%) 93.1%/67.8% (+0.3%/+3.7%) 95.9%/77.6% (+0.2%/+2.5%) 100.0%/81.2% (+0.0%/+2.6%)
Niagara 81.4%/42.8% (+0.3%/+4.2%) 87.1%/46.1% (+0.2%/+4.5%) 6.1%/0.0% (+2.3%/+0.0%) 77.0%/0.9% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 77.1%/25.3% (+0.4%/+4.2%) 86.9%/32.3% (+0.3%/+5.0%) 85.4%/39.0% (+0.2%/+5.5%) 84.7%/48.8% (+0.1%/+5.0%) 94.2%/66.4% (+0.1%/+5.8%) 97.1%/77.7% (-0.0%/+4.3%) 99.8%/79.9% (+0.0%/+3.1%)
Eastern Ontario 81.2%/42.6% (+0.3%/+4.8%) 87.8%/46.3% (+0.2%/+5.2%) 4.6%/0.0% (+2.1%/+0.0%) 79.1%/1.1% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 76.8%/23.6% (+0.3%/+3.9%) 85.8%/32.0% (+0.2%/+5.1%) 85.3%/37.7% (+0.2%/+6.3%) 84.5%/48.6% (+0.1%/+6.3%) 96.1%/68.0% (+0.2%/+6.9%) 99.4%/79.2% (+0.1%/+5.3%) 100.0%/81.6% (+0.0%/+3.7%)
Windsor 81.2%/41.7% (+0.8%/+2.5%) 87.2%/45.3% (+0.5%/+2.7%) 10.7%/0.0% (+4.9%/+0.0%) 78.1%/0.9% (+0.4%/+0.2%) 76.2%/26.3% (+1.0%/+3.1%) 89.8%/32.6% (+0.6%/+3.4%) 87.0%/39.8% (+0.4%/+3.4%) 87.9%/52.2% (+0.3%/+3.2%) 93.6%/69.6% (+0.2%/+2.6%) 98.0%/81.5% (+0.1%/+1.9%) 98.8%/81.5% (+0.1%/+1.5%)
Brant County 80.7%/42.4% (+0.7%/+4.6%) 87.9%/46.6% (+0.3%/+5.1%) 7.4%/0.0% (+4.8%/+0.0%) 75.1%/0.9% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 79.5%/25.9% (+0.4%/+5.1%) 83.7%/33.5% (+0.4%/+5.4%) 87.0%/40.8% (+0.3%/+6.4%) 86.8%/52.8% (+0.1%/+6.3%) 94.8%/70.2% (+0.1%/+5.7%) 100.0%/86.6% (+0.0%/+4.1%) 100.0%/89.3% (+0.0%/+4.3%)
Huron Perth 80.6%/48.8% (+0.3%/+3.1%) 87.1%/53.3% (+0.1%/+3.4%) 11.3%/0.0% (+2.5%/+0.0%) 72.1%/1.8% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 74.1%/29.2% (+0.3%/+3.5%) 81.7%/37.5% (+0.2%/+4.0%) 81.5%/43.8% (+0.1%/+4.4%) 82.7%/55.3% (+0.1%/+4.0%) 98.5%/78.3% (-0.1%/+4.1%) 100.0%/92.4% (+0.0%/+2.7%) 100.0%/93.1% (+0.0%/+2.2%)
Simcoe-Muskoka 80.6%/42.9% (+0.4%/+3.9%) 86.8%/46.4% (+0.2%/+4.2%) 5.7%/0.0% (+3.2%/+0.0%) 78.8%/1.7% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 77.1%/24.2% (+0.3%/+3.7%) 84.5%/31.8% (+0.3%/+4.8%) 83.9%/39.8% (+0.2%/+5.2%) 83.7%/51.4% (+0.1%/+4.8%) 95.9%/70.3% (+0.1%/+5.3%) 97.5%/79.7% (+0.0%/+3.7%) 100.0%/86.3% (+0.0%/+2.8%)
North Bay 80.1%/46.8% (+0.4%/+2.5%) 85.6%/50.2% (+0.2%/+2.7%) 4.5%/0.0% (+2.2%/+0.0%) 76.4%/1.2% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 72.2%/25.6% (+0.3%/+1.9%) 81.9%/34.0% (+0.4%/+2.9%) 82.1%/42.2% (+0.3%/+2.9%) 81.5%/51.2% (+0.2%/+3.1%) 95.1%/71.4% (+0.2%/+3.6%) 97.0%/80.0% (+0.1%/+2.6%) 100.0%/85.3% (+0.0%/+2.3%)
Porcupine 79.5%/41.4% (+0.3%/+1.9%) 86.8%/45.3% (+0.2%/+2.0%) 3.3%/0.0% (+1.2%/+0.0%) 79.3%/1.8% (+0.2%/+0.2%) 77.2%/22.9% (+0.5%/+1.9%) 82.0%/29.8% (+0.5%/+2.1%) 84.7%/38.7% (+0.2%/+2.3%) 86.9%/52.4% (+0.1%/+2.4%) 95.2%/70.9% (+0.0%/+2.4%) 99.7%/82.1% (+0.1%/+2.0%) 100.0%/84.0% (+0.0%/+1.6%)
Hastings 79.4%/48.4% (+0.4%/+1.9%) 84.9%/52.2% (+0.2%/+2.0%) 7.3%/0.0% (+3.8%/+0.0%) 76.8%/1.5% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 72.2%/27.8% (+0.5%/+1.8%) 76.3%/35.6% (+0.4%/+1.9%) 80.4%/44.1% (+0.2%/+2.3%) 81.0%/54.2% (+0.1%/+2.4%) 96.4%/74.2% (+0.1%/+2.6%) 98.2%/82.5% (-0.0%/+1.9%) 100.0%/85.7% (+0.0%/+1.6%)
Chatham-Kent 79.2%/44.1% (+0.5%/+1.9%) 85.3%/47.9% (+0.2%/+2.1%) 7.9%/0.0% (+3.8%/+0.0%) 70.0%/1.2% (+0.4%/+0.1%) 73.7%/26.1% (+0.3%/+1.9%) 79.2%/29.6% (+0.3%/+2.4%) 83.0%/37.1% (+0.2%/+2.7%) 82.6%/48.3% (+0.1%/+2.4%) 95.7%/71.4% (+0.1%/+2.5%) 100.0%/84.1% (+0.1%/+2.1%) 100.0%/85.3% (+0.0%/+1.6%)
Timiskaming 78.9%/47.1% (+0.4%/+2.3%) 85.2%/51.1% (+0.2%/+2.5%) 3.9%/0.0% (+1.9%/+0.0%) 77.0%/1.4% (+0.2%/+0.1%) 75.7%/27.6% (+0.5%/+2.1%) 79.0%/34.6% (+0.3%/+2.9%) 83.2%/44.1% (+0.4%/+2.8%) 80.9%/53.8% (+0.2%/+3.4%) 92.0%/70.2% (+0.1%/+2.8%) 98.7%/83.8% (+0.1%/+2.0%) 99.9%/82.3% (+0.1%/+2.1%)
Lambton 77.8%/41.7% (+0.5%/+5.7%) 83.4%/45.1% (+0.2%/+6.2%) 10.5%/0.0% (+3.5%/+0.0%) 74.7%/1.2% (+0.4%/+0.3%) 72.5%/22.9% (+0.5%/+4.9%) 82.2%/31.6% (+0.3%/+5.9%) 82.2%/37.3% (+0.3%/+6.9%) 80.1%/45.6% (+0.2%/+8.1%) 88.6%/62.7% (+0.1%/+9.5%) 95.9%/79.5% (+0.1%/+5.0%) 96.2%/80.4% (+0.0%/+3.5%)
Renfrew 77.7%/43.6% (+0.5%/+4.9%) 83.9%/47.3% (+0.2%/+5.3%) 5.9%/0.0% (+3.7%/+0.0%) 76.3%/1.5% (+0.3%/+0.3%) 73.0%/25.6% (+0.4%/+3.8%) 69.5%/29.0% (+0.4%/+4.9%) 77.5%/38.2% (+0.3%/+5.5%) 83.1%/50.6% (+0.2%/+6.2%) 97.8%/70.6% (+0.1%/+7.5%) 99.5%/79.5% (+0.0%/+6.1%) 99.8%/79.6% (+0.1%/+5.1%)
Southwestern 77.6%/40.3% (+0.6%/+4.7%) 84.8%/44.2% (+0.5%/+5.2%) 4.3%/0.0% (+2.5%/+0.0%) 71.4%/1.2% (+0.2%/+0.3%) 72.7%/22.5% (+0.4%/+4.5%) 82.5%/29.8% (+0.5%/+5.6%) 82.5%/35.9% (+0.4%/+6.6%) 83.7%/48.9% (+0.5%/+5.8%) 94.6%/68.8% (+0.7%/+6.6%) 99.2%/81.6% (+0.5%/+5.3%) 100.0%/84.4% (+0.0%/+4.2%)
Grey Bruce 76.9%/48.0% (+0.5%/+2.8%) 82.8%/52.1% (+0.4%/+3.1%) 6.6%/0.0% (+2.8%/+0.0%) 70.8%/1.8% (+0.5%/+0.3%) 69.8%/28.0% (+0.4%/+2.8%) 79.4%/38.2% (+0.4%/+2.9%) 82.8%/45.5% (+0.4%/+3.4%) 78.3%/52.5% (+0.4%/+3.5%) 90.8%/71.6% (+0.3%/+4.2%) 95.5%/81.5% (+0.2%/+2.9%) 93.4%/78.4% (+0.2%/+2.3%)
Haldimand-Norfolk 76.9%/40.6% (+0.3%/+2.9%) 82.7%/44.0% (+0.1%/+3.1%) 8.8%/0.0% (+2.7%/+0.0%) 64.1%/1.1% (+0.3%/+0.2%) 66.5%/19.8% (+0.2%/+2.6%) 80.8%/26.1% (+0.3%/+2.8%) 81.8%/32.9% (+0.1%/+3.1%) 80.5%/44.5% (+0.0%/+3.9%) 91.8%/65.0% (-0.1%/+4.3%) 98.7%/82.1% (-0.1%/+3.4%) 100.0%/87.2% (+0.0%/+2.6%)
Canada comparison - Source - data as of January 20
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 23,951 25731.6 35847.1 471.0 656.1 20.5 314,161 196.2 83.38 77.5
Ontario 7,757 8750.6 10652.7 413.1 503.0 18.6 102,664 201.5 82.93 77.5
Quebec 6,528 6175.3 11362.6 502.4 924.4 16.4 113,829 196.6 84.89 78.7
Alberta 3,527 4670.3 5905.3 735.8 930.4 35.3 19,443 182.9 78.59 72.6
British Columbia 2,150 2067.0 2502.1 277.5 335.9 16.7 57,793 198.2 84.84 78.9
Saskatchewan 1,172 1279.6 1068.1 759.2 633.7 34.3 2,123 156.0 79.56 73.6
Manitoba 850 938.4 2150.1 474.7 1087.7 32.6 7,244 194.3 81.93 75.4
Nova Scotia 696 621.0 781.6 438.2 551.5 15.6 0 201.4 88.79 81.4
New Brunswick 488 419.4 362.3 372.0 321.3 18.6 11,065 201.0 86.6 79.2
Newfoundland 360 368.7 651.4 495.8 876.0 14.2 0 211.4 93.78 86.2
Prince Edward Island 249 246.4 192.6 1049.8 820.4 230.6 0 198.3 88.92 81.9
Northwest Territories 136 131.6 133.6 2024.0 2054.8 337.4 0 208.6 78.96 71.7
Yukon 38 35.6 69.6 579.3 1132.9 inf 0 206.7 83.25 76.3
Nunavut N/R 27.7 15.1 492.4 269.0 28.4 0 144.2 78.54 62.7
LTCs with 5+ new cases today: Why are there 0.5 cases/deaths?
LTC_Home City Beds New LTC cases Current Active Cases
Montfort Ottawa 128 30.0 30.0
Extendicare York Sudbury 288 25.0 78.0
Heritage Green Nursing Home Stoney Creek 167 15.0 14.0
The Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre Ottawa 450 12.5 15.0
Delhi Long Term Care Centre Delhi 60 10.5 13.0
Mackenzie Health Long Term Care Facility Richmond Hill 170 10.0 10.0
South Centennial Manor Iroquois Falls 69 9.0 9.0
Extendicare Laurier Manor Gloucester 242 8.0 46.0
Extendicare London London 170 8.0 8.0
Fiddick's Nursing Home Petrolia 128 6.0 6.0
Ina Grafton Gage Home Scarborough 128 6.0 6.0
Extendicare Falconbridge Sudbury 234 5.5 8.0
The Meadows Ancaster 128 5.0 17.0
Valleyview Home St Thomas 136 5.0 2.5
Dom Lipa Etobicoke 66 4.5 7.0
Forest Heights Kitchener 240 4.5 7.0
Residence Prescott et Russell Hawkesbury 146 4.5 7.0
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
Woodingford Lodge - Woodstock Woodstock 160 2.5 2.5
Valleyview Home St Thomas 136.0 2.5 2.5
Secord Trails Care Community Ingersoll 80.0 2.5 2.5
Extendicare London London 170.0 2.5 5.0
St. Patrick's Home Ottawa 288.0 2.0 7.0
Tullamore Care Community Brampton 159.0 1.0 13.0
Chartwell Waterford Long Term Care Residence Oakville 168.0 1.0 16.0
Heritage Green Nursing Home Stoney Creek 167.0 1.0 6.0
Teck Pioneer Residence Kirkland Lake 81.0 -2.5 0.0
Westgate Lodge Nursing Home Belleville 88.0 -2.5 0.0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date Count
Toronto PHU 30s MALE Community 2022-01-09 2022-01-09 1
London 40s MALE Community 2022-01-20 2022-01-20 1
Toronto PHU 40s FEMALE Community 2022-01-10 2022-01-10 1
Simcoe-Muskoka 50s MALE Outbreak 2022-01-17 2022-01-16 1
Sudbury 50s FEMALE Outbreak 2022-01-15 2022-01-13 1
Durham 60s MALE Community 2022-01-19 2022-01-19 1
Lambton 60s UNSPECIFIED Community 2022-01-14 2022-01-12 1
London 60s MALE Community 2021-12-29 2021-12-29 1
Ottawa 60s MALE Outbreak 2022-01-15 2022-01-14 2
Peel 60s UNSPECIFIED Community 2022-01-18 2022-01-17 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Outbreak 2022-01-13 2022-01-12 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2022-01-12 2022-01-11 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2022-01-07 2022-01-07 1
Toronto PHU 60s FEMALE Community 2022-01-10 2022-01-10 1
Waterloo Region 60s MALE Outbreak 2022-01-04 2021-12-31 1
Windsor 60s FEMALE Community 2022-01-17 2022-01-16 1
York 60s MALE Community 2022-01-07 2022-01-07 -1
Brant 70s MALE Community 2022-01-03 2022-01-03 1
Eastern Ontario 70s FEMALE Community 2022-01-03 2021-12-28 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Community 2021-12-08 2021-12-07 1
Kingston 70s MALE Close contact 2022-01-07 2022-01-04 1
London 70s MALE Outbreak 2022-01-01 2022-01-01 1
Niagara 70s MALE Community 2022-01-19 2022-01-18 1
Ottawa 70s FEMALE Close contact 2022-01-17 2022-01-15 1
Peel 70s MALE Community 2022-01-14 2022-01-14 1
Peel 70s FEMALE Community 2022-01-05 2022-01-04 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2022-01-07 2022-01-06 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Community 2022-01-03 2022-01-03 1
Algoma 80s MALE Community 2022-01-14 2022-01-14 1
Chatham-Kent 80s FEMALE Community 2022-01-17 2022-01-10 1
Eastern Ontario 80s MALE Community 2022-01-04 2022-01-03 1
Hamilton 80s MALE Community 2022-01-07 2022-01-06 1
Hamilton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2022-01-06 2021-12-31 1
London 80s MALE Outbreak 2022-01-13 2022-01-11 1
London 80s MALE Outbreak 2022-01-11 2022-01-11 1
Sudbury 80s MALE Community 2022-01-12 2022-01-11 1
Sudbury 80s FEMALE Community 2022-01-15 2022-01-14 1
Sudbury 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2022-01-07 2022-01-05 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2022-01-19 2022-01-18 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2022-01-11 2022-01-11 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2022-01-09 2022-01-08 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2022-01-09 2021-12-31 1
York 80s MALE Community 2022-01-18 2022-01-05 1
York 80s FEMALE Community 2022-01-08 2022-01-07 1
Eastern Ontario 90+ FEMALE Outbreak 2022-01-13 2022-01-11 1
Grey Bruce 90+ FEMALE Outbreak 2022-01-17 2022-01-15 1
Niagara 90+ MALE Outbreak 2022-01-18 2022-01-05 1
Niagara 90+ MALE Community 2022-01-11 2022-01-11 1
Ottawa 90+ MALE Outbreak 2022-01-15 2022-01-14 1
Simcoe-Muskoka 90+ FEMALE Outbreak 2022-01-15 2022-01-13 1
Toronto PHU 90+ MALE Community 2022-01-08 2022-01-07 1
Waterloo Region 90+ MALE Outbreak 2022-01-11 2022-01-10 1
Waterloo Region 90+ MALE Community 2022-01-09 2022-01-08 1
Waterloo Region 90+ FEMALE Community 2022-01-15 2022-01-14 1
Wellington-Guelph 90+ FEMALE Outbreak 2022-01-16 2022-01-12 1
York 90+ MALE Community 2022-01-14 2022-01-14 1
York 90+ MALE Close contact 2022-01-14 2022-01-14 1
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2022.01.23 12:21 Reddit-O-Graphy What song are you replaying at the moment?

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2022.01.23 12:21 edcc10 Anyone know the name of this adidas shoe? I think it was released in 2019

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2022.01.23 12:21 Le-capital The latest facts of many good news

The current Price of Desktop Metal is $3.50, which should scare many investors. And great investors grow up in it." Withdrawal is the best touchstone of true knowledge. When dopamine recedes, the pessimistic state of mind under loss is a final duel with stock cognition."
Many of the latest facts of good news are placed in front of the public. People turn a blind eye to it, but follow the focus of the financial industry. This is often known as thinking bias.
The positive messages include:

  1. The P-50 will be delivered by March 11 at the latest, and many major customers have been booking for a long time. The P-50 has invested 150 million US dollars in research and development. There is no engineering and technical risk. Originally, it was ready to ship, but suddenly in the face of the epidemic, the company decided to deliver lightweight printers to meet the more urgent needs of more customers, and deliberately delayed the delivery of the P-50.
  2. The sales channel synergy generated by the merger with ExOne has been greatly appreciated and affirmed by management.
  3. The management explained the reason for the frequent acquisition transactions in 2021, which is where the excellent technology of those target companies is placed. If you don't buy it decisively, it will be gone and there will be no more. Therefore, the original intention of the acquisition is to preempt competitors to lay out technology and patents, not to expand non-organic growth revenue.
  4. DM has entered many new application industries and customers. If you guess correctly, Space X has also become a customer in the field of rocket space applications of DM.
  5. Ric highlighted its achievements in the direction of medical dentistry and potential huge markets, and Desktop Metal has become the top brand in Dental applications.
  6. So far, the world's seven main 3D printing technology routes, only DM metal adhesive injection can produce large-scale high throughput, and the rest only survives in the niche market.
  7. Desktop metal products have out-of-the-box software and system capabilities, which are lacking by other competitors.
  8. Judging from Desktop Metal's current book cash, there is no need to worry about bankruptcy due to cash flow problems for two years.
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