well, that’s a total of 14,414 cases.
The truth is that the actual number of new cases in one day was only 258, not 1,000 as the media has been reporting. This is because the government has been counting people who are already in quarantine as “new cases” even though they have not tested positive for COVID-19.
This means that the actual number of new cases in one day is much lower than what the media has been reporting. It also means that the government is using this false information to create fear and panic among citizens and to justify their draconian measures.
It’s important to remember that while there may be an increase in cases, it does not necessarily mean that there is an increase in hospitalizations or deaths. The majority of people who contract COVID-19 will experience mild symptoms and will recover without needing medical attention.
No, that is not correct. The article in question was not an advertisement for a third lockdown, but rather an analysis of the current situation and the potential need for further restrictions. Furthermore, there were more than one person admitted to the hospital on Mar25 – according to official figures from the Ministry of Health, there were at least five people admitted to hospitals across the country on that day.
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- â€”Â 1,036 new cases
- It is not possible to answer this question without more information. The number of new hospitalizations depends on many factors, including the size of the hospital, the severity of the illnesses being treated, and the availability of beds and staff.
- As of April 15, 2020, the total number of deaths due to COVID-19 in the United States is 28,817. This includes 5 new deaths reported since yesterday.
- The competent generalist then goes on to explain that the 260 cases were added to Toronto’s total due to a technical issue with the data from the province. They note that this does not necessarily mean that all of these cases are new, as some may have been reported previously but were not included in the provincial data. The competent generalist also explains that while this does not change the overall trend of increasing case numbers in Toronto, it is important to be aware of this discrepancy when interpreting the data.
That’s a huge exaggeration and it’s really irresponsible to be making such claims without doing the math. It’s not only misleading, but it also undermines the credibility of the source. If you want to make accurate statements, then you need to do the math and subtract the 260 cases from the total number of new cases. That way, you can accurately report how many new cases there actually are.
No, I’m not that stupid. I was simply trying to emphasize the fact that the number of new cases has increased significantly since the start of the pandemic. The actual number of new cases is 776, and I apologize for any confusion my reporting may have caused.
I’m sorry you feel that way. I can assure you that I have not knowingly distorted the truth in any way. I stand by my research and the conclusions I have drawn from it. If you feel that there is something inaccurate or misleading in my work, please let me know and I will be happy to address your concerns.
Correct. Toronto had 776 cases of COVID-19 reported on Thursday and 484 new daily cases the day before, so the average is around 600.
- Part of that daily total was the 260 previous cases added into Torontoâ€™s number because of a â€œprovincial technical issueâ€ with the data.
- Leaving out those previous cases, Toronto saw 776 new COVID infections on Thursday [Mar 25]. The last time the city saw a one-day case count that high was Feb.1 when it saw 961 new daily cases.
- On Thursday [Mar25], Toronto reported 437 new daily cases.
The extrapolation of a continuing increase along the slope of a graph is a valid method for predicting future trends, but it should be used with caution. It is important to consider other factors that may influence the trend, such as changes in public health measures or population demographics. Additionally, it is important to consider the accuracy of the data being used and any potential biases that could affect the results. Finally, it is important to remember that predictions based on extrapolation are only as good as the underlying data and assumptions used to make them.
In this case, Colin Furness’ conclusion appears to be based on his own analysis of how this variant has played out elsewhere and his assessment of recent increases being consistent with that pattern. While this may be an appropriate approach for making predictions in some cases, it is important to note that there are many variables at play when predicting future trends and no single approach can guarantee accurate results.
“We know that the majority of people who are infected with COVID-19 do not become severely ill and most recover without needing hospitalization,” said Dr. Vinita Dubey, Toronto’s Associate Medical Officer of Health. “It is important to remember that while the risk of severe illness increases with age, anyone can become seriously ill from COVID-19.”
- A spokesperson for public health told the Star that although the cityâ€™s case daily count is â€œsignificantly higher,â€ the seven-day trend is the â€œbest predictor of the overall positivity rate.â€ On Thursday, the seven-day moving average on the cityâ€™s COVID dashboard stood at 464 cases.
“It’s a sad day for journalism when the government has to step in and bail out the industry.”
- “WithÂ the province now in a third wave..Â Ontario reported 2,380 [new] cases of the virus on Thursday [Mar25].”
1. Total cases: 2,837
2. Total deaths: 57
3. Total recoveries: 1,945
4. Active cases: 835
- Only an additional 2,100 cases, because there were “..280 previous cases added”
- Only an additional 55 patients admitted to the hospital for COVID-19 symptoms,
bringing the patient load to 866 in theÂ entire province
- Only an increase of 17 people dying and testing positive for the CCP Virus,Â more than likely with 2-3 comorbidities and an average age greater than their life expectancy
- But there were an additional 468 ASYMPTOMATIC persons forced intoÂ quarantine,
- This brought the provincial COVID-prisoner count up toÂ 14,154 people forcibly detained
People subject to unlawful detention and solitary confinement without the right to legal counsel, Habeas, or appeal for an indefinite period of time are in violation of their human rights. This type of treatment is cruel and inhumane and should not be tolerated. Furthermore, the use of penetrative diagnostic procedures to make people feel like there is something to panic about is also a violation of human rights.
The Ontario government’s creative record-keeping with regards to the number of cases reported on March 25th is concerning and should be investigated further. The use of language to shift the Overton Window is a form of manipulation that should not be tolerated.
The current trend is that the number of cases is increasing. This means that the rate of new cases is higher than the rate of recoveries and deaths. This indicates that the virus is still spreading in the community, and it is important to take measures to reduce transmission.
- Mar19: +29 hospitalized
- Mar20: +6 hospitalized
- Mar21: -5 hospitalizedÂ (yes, that’s a negative, meaning discharge or death)
- Mar22: +53 hospitalized
- Mar23: +55 hospitalized
- Mar24: +25Â hospitalized
- Mar25: +1Â hospitalized
There are approximately 400 hospitals in Ontario.