• Eliana González

Ontario reporta 1.708 nuevos casos de COVID-19

Ontario reportó 1,708 nuevos casos de COVID-19 el domingo, una fuerte disminución con respecto a los dos días anteriores.


Rachel Arden instruye a un estudiante sobre cómo autoadministrarse una prueba rápida de COVID-19 (Foto AP / Rick Bowmer, Archivo) Ontario reportó 1,708 nuevos casos de COVID-19 el domingo, una fuerte disminución con respecto a los dos días anteriores.  Los funcionarios de salud provinciales registraron 1.822 nuevas infecciones ayer y un récord de 1.855 casos el viernes.   Por tercera semana consecutiva, el número total de casos nuevos superó los 11.000 con un récord de 12.368 en los últimos siete días.  Se informaron 24 muertes adicionales, lo que eleva el total semanal a 162. Es el quinto día consecutivo en que se agregaron más de 20 nuevas muertes al recuento provincial.  El número de muertes atribuidas a entornos de atención a largo plazo superó las 2.300.   La región de Peel fue responsable de casi el 30 por ciento de los casos nuevos con 503 nuevas infecciones, seguida de Toronto con 463 y 185 en la región de York.  Es el cuarto día consecutivo en que se informaron más de 500 casos en la región de Peel, que se unió a Toronto en la zona de control de "bloqueo" la semana pasada.  La provincia dijo que completó 53,959 pruebas en el período anterior de 24 horas; el tercer día consecutivo se completaron más de 50,000 pruebas. Fueron casi 39.000 pruebas pendientes.  Los funcionarios de salud informaron 586 hospitalizaciones, pero señalaron que aproximadamente 40 hospitales no presentaron ningún dato, lo que se ha convertido en un hilo común los fines de semana. Como resultado, no se proporcionaron actualizaciones para el número de pacientes en la UCI y ventiladores.  Las medidas COVID-19 más estrictas entrarán en vigor en cinco regiones de Ontario a partir del lunes.   Windsor-Essex se trasladará al nivel rojo, Haldimand-Norfolk al naranja y otros tres, Hastings Prince Edward, Lambton y Northwestern, al amarillo.  Las autoridades han dicho que podrían pasar hasta dos semanas después de que se impongan nuevas restricciones para ver mejoras.  CORONAVIRUS | COVID-19 | SALUD PÚBLICA ONTARIO ÚLTIMO TRÁFICO Y CLIMA Logotipo de Twitter de 680news Traffic 680 NOTICIAS DE TRÁFICO @ 680NEWStraffic 680 Tráfico de noticias Icono verificado de Twitter Actualizado hace 31 minutos Escombros DESPEJADOS de la rampa # WB401 a Bayview. Último tráfico Lee mas Logotipo de Twitter de 680news Weather 680 NOTICIAS CLIMA @ 680NEWSweather  Actualizado hoy a las 01:11 PM ¡Hermosos cielos azules y sol hoy! Absorba esa vitamina D mientras pueda. ¡Son 10 grados ahora mismo! ... Último tiempo Lee mas 1 dead, 1 critically wounded in Oshawa shooting BY NEWS STAFF  Posted Nov 29, 2020 12:04 pm EST Last Updated Nov 29, 2020 at 2:50 pm EST  One man is dead and another suffered life-threatening injuries in a double-shooting in Oshawa Sunday. CITYNEWS/Ryan Belgrave One man is dead following a double-shooting in downtown Oshawa.  Durham Regional Police say they were called to an area on Simcoe Street near Athol Street around 10:30 a.m. following reports of “multiple shots fired.”  Police say one man was without vital signs and has since been pronounced dead while another was taken to a trauma centre in Toronto with life-threatening injuries.  Police said a helicopter was brought in to assist in determining the actual scene of the shooting with reports that it may have happened within a residence or on a rooftop or in a nearby alleyway.  Police say there is no threat to public safety and they are not looking for any additional suspects.  Investigators would not elaborate on the relationship between the two victims.  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FATAL CRASH|MOTORCYCLE CRASH 29 charged after police break up Mississauga Airbnb party BY NEWS STAFF  Posted Nov 29, 2020 1:30 pm EST Last Updated Nov 29, 2020 at 2:45 pm EST  An undated file photo of a formal Peel Regional Police uniform (TWITTER/@PEELPOLICE Twenty-nine people are facing charges after a house party in Mississauga at which more than 60 people may have been in attendance.  Peel police along with by-law officers were called to an Airbnb near Ninth Line and Deepwood Heights just after midnight Sunday.  Deputy Police Chief Marc Andrews said 27 people were issued $880 fines for violating provincial rules aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19. Two individuals identified as the hosts of the party were also given Part 3 Summons which carry with it a fine of $10,000.  “Its a tough time for everyone, these antics help no one,” tweeted Andrews.  Andrews said as many as 60 people may have been at the party but that “some fled on police arrival.”  Police added two people were also charged with obstruction of justice as they refused to identify themselves to by-law officers and police.  Peel is currently the province’s “lockdown” zone which prohibits any indoor gatherings unless it is members of the same household.  Mississauga mayor Bonnie Crombie said she was disappointed to learn about the large gathering.  “Everyone has to play their part to get this virus under control. …The virus right now is controlling us, we’re not controlling the virus,” she said in a statement. “These charges and tickets send a strong signal to the community that we are taking the situation extremely seriously and will not hesitate the enforce the rules.”  Back in August, Airbnb said it would ban “all parties and events at Airbnb listings” while setting a cap of 16 people per rental propertyin the best interest of public health.  Airbnb said it would ban users who skirt the 16-person cap and could take legal action as well.  In September, Airbnb said it had suspended more than 40 listings across Ontario as part of its effort to crack down on party houses. It was part of a pilot project in Canada to restrict users under the age of 25 from booking entire homes.  AIRBNB|CORONAVIRUS|COVID-19|MISSISSAUGA Moderna chairman says Canada near front of line for 20M vaccine doses BY THE CANADIAN PRESS  Posted Nov 29, 2020 12:14 pm EST Last Updated Nov 29, 2020 at 12:30 pm EST  Preliminary studies show that Moderna's potential vaccine against Covid-19 is about 94.5% effective in preventing the new coronavirus. The immunizer is in the third phase of clinical tests, the last before the approval of regulatory agencies to be applied to the population. (Saulo Angelo/TheNEWS2 via ZUMA Wire) The chairman of American vaccine maker Moderna says Canada is near the front of the line to receive 20 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine it pre-ordered.  Noubar Afeyan offered that assessment today in an interview with CBC’s Rosemary Barton Live.  Afeyan’s remarks come as the Trudeau government has come under fire this past week for its ability to deliver a timely vaccine to Canadians.  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau created a firestorm when he said Canadians will have to wait a bit to get vaccinated for COVID-19 because the first doses off the production lines will be used in the countries where they are made.  Afeyan was asked whether the fact that Canada committed to pre-purchase its doses before other jurisdictions means it will get its supply first.  Afeyan confirmed that was the case.  “The people who are willing to move early on with even less proof of the efficacy have assured the amount of supply they were willing to sign up to,” he said.  “In the case of Canada, that number is about 20 million doses. But the Canadian government, like others, have also reserved the ability to increase that amount. And those discussions are ongoing,” he added.  CORONAVIRUS|COVID-19|MODERNA SOBRE NOSOTROS CONTÁCTENOS DESCARGAR APLICACIÓN PUBLICIDAD CON NOSOTROS POLÍTICA DE PRIVACIDAD OPCIONES DE ANUNCIOS TÉRMINOS DE SERVICIO REGISTRO DE ANUNCIOS POLÍTICOS  333 Bloor Street East Toronto, Ontario M4W 1G9 © 2002-2020 Rogers Media. Todos los derechos reservados.
Rachel Arden instruye a un estudiante sobre cómo autoadministrarse una prueba rápida de COVID-19.

Los funcionarios de salud provinciales registraron 1.822 nuevas infecciones ayer y un récord de 1.855 casos el viernes.


Por tercera semana consecutiva, el número total de casos nuevos superó los 11.000 con un récord de 12.368 en los últimos siete días.


Se informaron 24 muertes adicionales, lo que eleva el total semanal a 162. Es el quinto día consecutivo en que se agregaron más de 20 nuevas muertes al recuento provincial.


El número de muertes atribuidas a entornos de atención a largo plazo superó las 2.300.


La región de Peel fue responsable de casi el 30 por ciento de los casos nuevos con 503 nuevas infecciones, seguida de Toronto con 463 y 185 en la región de York.


Es el cuarto día consecutivo en que se informaron más de 500 casos en la región de Peel, que se unió a Toronto en la zona de control de "bloqueo" la semana pasada.


La provincia dijo que completó 53,959 pruebas en el período anterior de 24 horas; el tercer día consecutivo se completaron más de 50,000 pruebas. Fueron casi 39.000 pruebas pendientes.


Los funcionarios de salud informaron 586 hospitalizaciones, pero señalaron que aproximadamente 40 hospitales no presentaron ningún dato, lo que se ha convertido en un hilo común los fines de semana. Como resultado, no se proporcionaron actualizaciones para el número de pacientes en la UCI y ventiladores.


Las medidas COVID-19 más estrictas entrarán en vigor en cinco regiones de Ontario a partir del lunes.


Windsor-Essex se trasladará al nivel rojo, Haldimand-Norfolk al naranja y otros tres, Hastings Prince Edward, Lambton y Northwestern, al amarillo.


Las autoridades han dicho que podrían pasar hasta dos semanas después de que se impongan nuevas restricciones para ver mejoras.





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