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BC public Health officials reported 639 additional cases of COVID-19 Friday, bringing active cases to 7 122, with 10 additional deaths report. Nov. 20 case total is the second straight day of declines, indicating that restrictions on private gatherings in coronavirus hotspots of the Lower Mainland are starting to show effects. Thursday's total of 538 new infections was the first decline in a week, after daily cases rise rapidly beyond 600, reaching 762 on Wednesday, Nov. 18. 10 deaths is the second-highest one-day total in a pandemic, and brings the number of total fatalities attributed to COVID-19 in BC to 331. New infections continue to be Centre in Metro Vancouver, with 294 in Fraser Health, 148 in Vancouver Coastal, 31 in Interior Health, 25 in Northern Health and 17 on Vancouver Island. There are three new outbreaks declared in the Health Care system, at Discovery Harbour long-term Care home in Campbell River, AgeCare Harmony Court in Burnaby and Youville Residence in Vancouver. The number of people under public health monitoring has passed 10 000 in the second surge of infection in BC, as the Health ministry continue to add monitoring and contact tracing personnel to track clusters of infection and stop them from spreading. Yesterday, new and expanded provincial health officers orders came into effect around the province, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix said in a statement. Orders will help us slow the spread of COVID-19, to relieve pressure on our Health-Care system and reduce risks within our communities. Province-wide orders are about all of us seeing fewer people, having safer workplaces and pausing higher risk activities. Tomfletcherbc tfletcher blackpress. Ca Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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Daily Deaths

Canada reported fewer than 100 new deaths on Friday, bringing its national coronavirus death toll to 5 562. The number of COVID-19 cases went up by just over 1 100 new cases, totalling 74 602, with more than 36 000 recoveries. According to data collected by Global News, this is the first time since April 26 when 95 deaths were reported that the country has seen daily deaths reported in double digits as opposed to triple digits. Friday is also only the third time in the last 30 days that the daily death toll has dipped into double digits. Notably, Quebec reported 50 new deaths on Friday, significantly lower than its Thursday report daily fatalities, which were 131 and 696 new cases. Quebec Premier Francois Legault said it has been some time since those numbers have been that low, as he wrap up a two-day visit to Montreal, epicentre of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the province. The Province still carries the largest caseload in Canada, at 41 420 COVID-19 cases and 3 401 deaths. More than 11 000 people have recover. On Friday, province announced it will donate million face masks to Montreal to help reduce the spread of the virus. In Ontario, glitch in data meant that the province saw the highest number of cases in a week, with 341 of them reported on Friday, bringing the Provincial total to nearly 22 000 cases. More than 16 600 of these cases are considered recoveries. Ontario reported 27 new deaths, bringing its death toll to 1 825. Alberta reported 58 new cases and four new deaths, bringing its total to 6 515 cases and 125 deaths. More than 5 300 people have recover. Little less than 1 100 active cases remain in the province. Alberta is now allowing groups of up to 50 people to gather, as long as theyre outdoors and can maintain a two-metre distance from one another and handwashing or sanitization is done Saskatchewan reported eight new cases and no new deaths, but an outbreak was declared at one hospital. The province has seen 590 cases in total and six people have died since the pandemic begin. More than 400 people have recover. British Columbia reported 15 new cases and five new deaths, for a total of 2 407 cases and 140 deaths. More than 1 900 people have recovered so far, leaving 359 active cases in the province. Nova Scotia reported eight new cases as the province introduced household bubbles. Four deaths at a long-term care home in Halifax were also report, bringing the province to 55 deaths and 1 034 cases. 49 of 55 deaths are connected to Northwood, largest long-term care home in Atlantic Canada. More than 900 people have recovered in Nova Scotia so far.

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Coronavirus Worldometer Sections:

The World Population counter display on Worldometer takes into consideration data from two major sources: United Nations and the US Census Bureau. The United Nations Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs every two years calculate, updates, and publishes estimates of the total population in its World Population Prospects series. These Population Estimates and Projections provide a standard and consistent set of population figures that are used throughout the United Nation system. World Population Prospect: 2019 Revision provides the most recent data available. Estimates and project World Population and country specific populations are given from 1950 through 2100 and are released every two years. Worldometer, as it is common practice, utilizes medium fertility estimates. Data underlying Population Estimates are national and sub national Census data and data on births, deaths, and migrants available from national sources and publications, as well as from questionnaires. For all countries, census and registration data are evaluated and, if necessary, adjusted for incompleteness by the Population Division as part of its preparations of official United Nations Population Estimates and Projections. The International Programs Center at US Census Bureau, Population Division also develop Estimates and Projections based on analysis of available data on population, fertility, mortality, and migration for each country or area of the world. According to the US Census Bureau, World Population reach 7 billion on March 12 2012. For most countries, adjustment of data is necessary to correct for errors, omissions, and inconsistencies in data. Finally, since most recent data for a single country is often at least two years old, current World Population figure is necessarily a projection of past data based on assumed trends. As new data becomes available, assumptions and data are reevaluate and past conclusions and current figures may be modify. For information about how these estimates and projections are made by the US Census Bureau, see Population Estimates and Projections Methodology.


Age and conditions of Coronavirus cases

See latest findings: Age, Sex, Demographics of COVID-19 Cases and Deaths. According to early estimates by China's National Health Commission, about 80% of those WHO die were over the age of 60 and 75% of them had pre-existing health conditions such as cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. According to WHO Situation Report no. 7 issue on Jan. 27: median age of cases detected outside of China is 45 years, ranging from 2 to 74 years. 71% of cases were male. A study of 138 hospitalized patients with NCIP found that the median age was 56 years and 75 were men. WHO, in its Myth busters FAQs, addresses the question: do new coronavirus affect older people, or are younger people also susceptible? By answering that: people of all ages can be infected by the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Older people, and people with pre-existing medical conditions appear to be more vulnerable to becoming severely ill with virus.

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