The province has recorded 589 additional cases of the coronavirus and two deaths in the last 24 hours. It said 618 beds in COVID care centres are occupied by persons under quarantine, including travellers who have returned by Vande Bharat Mission and bubble flights.
The colour-coded system - which classifies each public health unit as a red, orange, yellow or green zone based on caseload and transmission levels - came into force at midnight, as previous measures imposed on a handful of hot spots were set to expire.
The outbreak at Fair Haven Homes Burnaby Lodge has been declared over. There has also been one new community outbreak at the Royal Inland Hospital construction site. World: Almost 49 million people have tested positive for COVID-19 and 1,237,773 people have died from the disease, Johns Hopkins says. It is also the first time the seven-day average has topped over 5,000.
Outbreaks at mink farms have persisted in the Nordic country, the world's largest producer of mink furs, despite repeated efforts to cull infected animals since June. "We are working with regional offices. where there are mink farms, and looking at biosecurity and to prevent spill-over events", van Kerkhove said.
Executives said that is part of efforts to safeguard the shot's lifespan amid uncertainties around regulatory approval. Soriot's comments came as AstraZeneca released results showing that third-quarter revenue rose 3% as the pandemic reduced new cancer diagnoses and elective procedures, cutting demand for its products.
The framework takes a gradual approach that includes preventative measures introduced earlier to help avoid broader closures and allow additional public health and workplace safety measures to be introduced/removed incrementally. closing time, will remain in place. Right now, there are 8,295 active cases of COVID-19 in Ontario. Each category comes with a different set of restrictions for businesses.