Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by HairyAss, Mar 1, 2020.
Where are you getting your charts?
Making them in Excel.
Today's press release
NB is at 0 new cases for 4 straight days
Looks like social distancing is working, which is sort of unfortunate in a bass akwards kind of way.
55 is a big number
It is, but 22 of those are from Northwood. They now have 197 cases, 24% of all cases in NS, crazy....
damn. That is crazy
I guess we flattened the curve just a little too much.
Temporary Extensions to Driver Licences, Inspections and Vehicle Permit Renewals
Government is extending the deadline for some Registry of Motor Vehicle services until further notice because of COVID-19.
All driver licences expiring in March, April, May and June will have a five-month extension from the original expiry date. For example, if a licence expires on April 15, the new expiry date is Sept. 15.
Motor vehicle inspections:
Motor vehicle inspections expiring in March, April or May will now be valid until June 30.
Vehicle registrations expiring Dec. 31, 2019, and later, are extended until Aug. 31. This includes all vehicle types, as well as off highway vehicles, motorcycles and trailers. Vehicle registrations may be renewed online at http://www.accessns.ca/renew .
All temporary permits expiring in March or later are extended until Aug. 31.
Knowledge tests and road test bookings for driver licences are unavailable until further notice.
Accessible parking permits:
All blue permanent accessible parking permits are valid until Aug. 31.
Out of province and foreign licence plates and driver licences:
All out of province and foreign licence plates and driver licences are valid until Aug. 31.
Non-essential Registry of Motor Vehicle services, such as purchasing handbooks or getting personalized or antique licence plates, are unavailable until further notice.
Urgent Registry of Motor Vehicles services are available by appointment at some Access Nova Scotia locations. Before making an appointment, check service changes and deadline extensions for Registry of Motor Vehicles at https://novascotia.ca/closures . If people still need to make an appointment, they can call 1-800-670-4357.
Good, my license expires in a month and I don't really wanna go hang out at the DMV for a couple hours with this stuff going on
Wonder how many of the 23 are northwood?
They haven't updated yet, but do say daily above.
EDIT: Changed graph style
You should subtract Northwood daily from province daily and use that to replace the province daily number/variable as you are double counting and you provide a more proportionate representation
Well numbers are off somewhere. Northwood is reporting 31 new cases today.
Hard to say if that is because the numbers reported daily by the province are for the day before, and Northwood is posting an update based on the timeframe from their last update? So some of those 31 new cases are from before midnight and reflected in the provinces numbers today, and the rest are from today, up until their update time, and will be reflected in the provinces numbers tomorrow. I am not sure.
However, 30 of those 31 cases are residents . They are now at 170 residents (over 1/3rd of the facility) having contracted the virus.
I think you're right...bear with me
EDIT: I think I have it now. Used the wrong format.
You can still do a stack, but use a= (Province total - Northwood); b = Northwood
Then your stack would be a + b and would give you the correct overall daily.
Basically your Province total becomes Province other
- New Brunswick's four-phase COVID-19 recovery plan begins immediately with the loosening of physical distancing restrictions to allow "two-family bubbles," Premier Blaine Higgs announced on Friday. They don't necessarily have to be family, but their choice must be mutual and once they decide they cannot choose a different household to gather with.
- Outdoor spaces, such as parks and beaches, and golf courses, will also open immediately, along with fishing and hunting seasons, car pooling, "drive-in" religious services and post-secondary education, starting with "practical programs," he told reporters during the daily briefing in Fredericton.
- Elementary, middle and high schools won't reopen until at least September.
- Two to four weeks after the COVID-19 curve flattens, elective surgeries and "priority health services," daycares, camps and childcares, retail facilities, offices and other businesses, restaurants, seasonal campgrounds, and ATV trails are expected to reopen.
- Three to four weeks without a new wave of infections, hairstylists and barbers, other health care services, such as dental care, massage therapy and chiropractors, churches, fitness facilities, other close-contact businesses or services will reopen.
- Reopening of gathering places, organized sports and bars are "yet to be determined."
- Large gatherings, such as festivals and concerts will not be allowed this year.
This is the part that is starting to be disconcerting to me..
School reopening? or the rest of the year being done?
Oh I'm convinced it's done for this year.. it's september I'm starting to worry about Boots
I think it'll be back by then. Hopefully anyways
This is how I found out I could go fishing. An hour later, I was on the river with my fly rod.
I'm not hopeful of our racing season starting any time soon, but if our camp grounds and parks open up I could salvage my summer.
Also if people could just start driving their cars again and have them break that would be nice too lol
Fingers crossed. Was at the Drs last week and he was like so what do you think is going to happen in the Fall? There will be a second wave and things will probably be have to be shut down for a few weeks again... Great.. lol
I was talking to my sister this morning and we were both saying, “as long as I can go camping this summer, I’ll survive.”
Tonight would have been so nice for a backyard fire
Today's press release
Single digits. Nice
Looks like the net active has stabilized. Here's hoping. And we now have more recovered cases than net active cases. Positive percentage is its lowest since March 30.