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  • Canada's H1N1 Cases Low for End of August

    Most Canadian schools did not start back until 8 September unlike the schools in the southeastern US that started back in early August.

    For the week of August 23 to 29, there were only 13 new cases in Canada and just one death from Pandemic H1N1 (Ontario). The maps showing overall influenza activity levels showed no provinces with widespread activity during Week 34 (Aug 23 to 29).

    Canada has lost a total of 72 people to the Pandemic H1N1 with the highest losses in Ontario and Quebec.

    http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/fluwatch/.../index-eng.php

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    Re: Canada's H1N1 Cases Low for End of August

    The latest update as of 15 September shows that the cumulative death count is 76

    Source: http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/alert-ale...llance-eng.php

    Bi-weekly and cumulative number of deaths due to Pandemic (H1N1) 2009, by province/territory, Canada, as of 15 September, 2009, 11h00 EDT

    Province / Territory - New Deaths reported (from September 10, 2009 to
    September 15, 2009, 11h00 EDT) - Cumulative Deaths

    British Columbia 1 5
    Alberta 0 8(1)
    Saskatchewan 0 4
    Manitoba 0 7
    Ontario 0 23
    Quebec 1 27
    New Brunswick 0 0
    Nova Scotia 0 1
    Prince Edward Island 0 0
    Newfoundland 0 0
    Yukon 0 0
    Northwest Territories 0 0
    Nunavut 0 1
    Total 2 76

    (1) Out-of-country resident.
    Last edited by Shiloh; September 16, 2009, 12:55 PM. Reason: edited to clarify the content is as of 15 Sept.

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