World News – CA – COVID-19 Update of November 9: Bonnie Henry reports 998 new cases in BJ (video)


Latest case numbers, exposure alerts and guidelines: Here’s your daily update of everything you need to know about the new Coronavirus status in BJ

Here is the daily update on everything you need to know about the new Coronavirus case in Bug for November 9, 2020

We will provide summaries of what is happening in Bug here so that you can get the latest news in a jiffy. This page will be updated regularly throughout the day, adding developments as they happen.

As of the latest figures from November 9: • Total confirmed cases: 18,714 (3,741 active) • New cases since November 7: 998 • Hospital cases: 133 • Intensive care: 43 • COVID-related deaths 19: 281 (5 new cases) • Public health monitored cases: 9,179 • Recovered: 13425 • Long-term care, supportive homes, acute care facilities currently affected: 33

D. County Health Officer Bonnie Henry announced 998 cases of novel coronavirus infection in Bij during the past two days, in addition to five new deaths

The updated numbers show the total confirmed cases in BJ to 18714 and deaths to 281

Prime Minister John Horgan said the worsening COVID-19 crisis could prevent him from summoning the legislature in time to send $ 1,000 economic aid payments to British Colombians before Christmas

Horgan said on Monday that he hopes to name his new government within the next two weeks, then reconvene the legislature shortly thereafter, giving him the ability to pass new spending measures to fight the pandemic

« We hope to bring the legislature back before Christmas, but we have, with cases increasing in the past 10 days or so, limiting our ability to bring people together in Victoria to take an oath »

The oath cannot be taken until after November 16, when the elections will be formally restored.

PM John Horgan does not rule out a return to Phase 1 COVID-19 restrictions if case numbers in the province continue to rise

« This is the bottom line if we don’t start seeing those numbers go down, » Horgan said during Monday’s new conference

Phase 1 restrictions, introduced in March, included closing all businesses and personal services. Partial closures continued until restrictions were eased on May 18 when the province entered the second phase of the government’s restart plan.

On Saturday, County Health Officer Bonnie Henry ordered a set of new restrictions on social gatherings in the Vancouver coastal and Fraser Health Districts for the next two weeks in an effort to stem the « dangerous » increase in new coronavirus cases

Restrictions do not include any internal social gathering of any size with anyone other than your immediate family

The prime minister said it is important to have BJ keeps essential services – including surgeries and schools – functioning and functioning as safely as possible.

“All of this is in danger if we do not continue to focus on working together, each other, and it is our responsibility to reduce the number of cases,” Horgan said.

“Our goal is to make sure our workplaces can be safe. Our goal is to make sure our economy can remain open

« We do this with, I think, in the hope of compliance rather than strict enforcement, but implementation is key and a vital part of the work that we will be doing in the coming weeks. »

12:15 AM – Ottawa will distribute support to the aviation industry, but first Canadians need a refund

The government announced on Sunday that new federal support for Canada’s pandemic-plagued airline industry will depend on airlines offering refunds to passengers whose flights have been canceled.

Transportation Secretary Marc Garneau set the condition when he announced that Ottawa was prepared to respond to desperate calls for federal aid by launching the talks later this week

Canadian commercial airlines have been hit hard by the Coronavirus, with passenger levels dropping by as much as 90 percent thanks to a combination of travel restrictions and fear of contracting the disease

This has prompted airlines to leave hundreds of pilots and technicians behind and suspend dozens of regional routes since March. They have also canceled many pre-booked flights, offering passengers credits or vouchers instead of refunds

Several Canadians have since expressed outrage over not being refunded. The Canadian Transport Agency received 8,000 complaints between mid-March and the end of August, most of which are believed to relate to refunds

11M-BJ to extend the lease freeze until July 2021, increases were set in December 1 pending

The government has extended the rent freeze until July 2021 and has suspended all rent increases due to take effect on December 1, 2020, effective immediately

As part of its ongoing response to COVID-19 and allowing the new cabinet to take the oath, the county is extending a rent freeze until July 10, 2021

The rental freeze was initially announced on March 18, 2020 as a measure for COVID-19 and is set to expire with rental increases allowed again from December 1

After Monday’s announcement, all increases were set in December 1, 2020 or any date before July 10, 2021 will be canceled

The outbreak was announced after an employee tested positive for COVID-19, and the Rapid Response Team from Fraser Health was at home

“Communications are underway with residents and families who are currently employed in self-isolation at home in long-term care,” read Fraser’s Health Statement

The team is now working on tracking contacts, enforcing visitor restrictions and strengthening cleaning procedures. All employees and residents are checked twice a day

A senior official at the World Health Organization said on Monday that the COVID-19 vaccine may be introduced by March to the most vulnerable groups, which may radically change the course of the epidemic, along with other developments.

Bruce Aylward also told the World Health Organization’s Annual Ministerial Assembly that the tentative results announced from Pfizer Inc.’s recent vaccine trials were « extremely positive »

“There is still a lot of work to be done, and these are only temporary results But some very positive results coming today that should hold a great promise and hope for the whole world as we move forward, ”Aylward told the forum of 194 member states

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said news that a candidate vaccine for COVID-19 from Pfizer appears to be highly effective in clinical trials is encouraging but not an immediate solution to the pandemic.

At a press conference in Ottawa, Trudeau said the final vaccine is now useless for anyone who gets infected with the virus.

So he says there may be light at the end of the tunnel, but Canadians need to adhere to good safety and hygiene practices until the vaccine arrives

Canada has bought the rights to 20 million doses of Pfizer vaccine, if proven effective and Health Canada agrees to use it here

A new regional health order issued this weekend bans social gatherings and group indoor and outdoor social gatherings for two weeks, in light of the massive rise in COVID-19 cases across Metro Vancouver

« In the past two weeks, we have seen a rapid increase in COVID-19 cases, hospitalization and disease outbreaks in health care facilities mainly centered in the Fraser and Vancouver coastal districts, » Henry said Saturday.

“This is the result of transmission in people’s homes and in many workplaces, including food processing facilities, retail sites, and public spaces, as well as with indoor group physical activities.”

With the second wave of infections underway, officials hope the two-week period will greatly help slow infection rates

During the weekend, Team B.A The CDC added seven new flights to the COVID-19 exposure list.

Those who have been on an international flight and have a confirmed case of COVID-19 are required to isolate themselves and monitor symptoms for 14 days

Those who have been on a domestic flight with a confirmed case are not required to self-isolate but should monitor closely for potential symptoms

The Department of Health clarified new public health orders for those in the Vancouver Coastal and Fraser Health areas on Sunday, noting that there were no social gatherings of any size with anyone other than your immediate family until November 23 at noon

You say this includes not only gatherings in your home, but also outdoors in restaurants or other places

Restaurants can remain open but guests should stick to the table with their family members and the ministry said these could include an immediate family member, close friend, or people you have regular close contact with such as a parent who lives outside the home

Here are a number of COVID-19 information and landing pages from various health and government agencies

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