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Third wave of covid-19 echoing second wave of Spanish flu. More and more under 40's requiring hospitalization | UofS plans to increase in-class instruction in fall term, return completely to in-class instruction for winter term | As of today, 487 cases of the covid-19 UK variant and 8 cases of the covid-19 South Africa variant have been confirmed in Saskatchewan. There have as yet been no cases of the covid-19 Brazil, California, Finland or New York strains. 412 of the confirmed UK variants were in the Regina zone | Blended learning to continue at Greater Saskatoon Catholic High Schools | Many people are doing everything they can to keep the pandemic from ravishing Saskatchewan. This includes not travelling outside Canada. Some are not travelling outside Saskatchewan. | (yet) Another case of covid-19 identified at Bethlehem Catholic High School, may be a variant. Saskatchewan Health declares Bethlehem Catholic Highschool outbreak, recommends that all Bethlehem Catholic High School students get tested through drive-through testing facility | The California covid-19 strain is from the same "family tree" as the more infectious UK variant. It may be more infectious and lethal than the UK variant - New York Post | UK variant confirmed to be more transmissable and lethal than its ancestor | University of Saskatchewan Summer Session also online | Slow Moe gives 4 million dollars to SJHA and WHL. Didn't spend money on uvc led sterilizers for Saskatchewan schools or provide any financial assistance to help us pursue and develop a uvc LED wearable. It seems Saskatchewan made a Trumpian mistake in not electing Ryan Meili | Saskatoon – confirmed infected 8115, 239 active cases, 43 hospitalizations, 5 in ICU, 90 deaths | Saskatoon's Vido Intervac has completed animal testing of its covid-19 vaccine, looking for volunteers for human trials | Manitoba – confirmed cases 33122, 1181 active, 146 hospitalized, ICU 28, deaths 935 ++RIP++ | B.C. confirmed cases now 100048, 301 hospitalized, ICU 80, deaths 1458 ++RIP++ | Saskatchewan government required K-12 students to attend schools in September without first making mask wearing mandatory or purchasing uv lighting to disinfect school desks and walls at night. Had in face of rising infections and public demand made mask wearing mandatory and required larger city schools to implement in-class and online learning combined learning to reduce class sizes. Still has not purchased uvc lights for at night uv light disinfection | Saskatoon again has highest number of active covid-19 cases in Saskatchewan | Following rising infection numbers and an open letter by Saskatchewan doctors Saskatchewan makes mask wearing mandatory in public places in all Saskatchewan cities of 5000 or more residents, and orders bars to stop serving alcohol by 10 PM and close at 11 PM; with increasing covid-19 infection numbers and additional pressure from health care professions, government expands mandatory mask wearing to all indoor public buildings throughout Saskatchewan | Alberta's Premier and Manitoba's Premier have realized lock-downs slow the spread of the pandemic and will cost businesses the least over the long term. | Saskatoon Correctional Center and Pine Grove inmates going on hunger strike to demand Christine Tell's resignation - CBC | Former Clerk of the Legislature, former Secretary of the University of Saskatchewan, former interim President of the University of Saskatchewan, former Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, former Clerk of the Canadian Senate, and present Member of the Order of Canada and Municipalities of Saskatchewan (formerly SUMA) President spends Christmas holiday in Hawaii. Great judgment and example Gordon! | The pandemic has been financially devastating to many small business owners and workers. In contrast, it has been very profitable for Canada‚Äôs billionaires whose net wealth has grown by $37 billion since March 2020 | The organization representing teachers in Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Teacher's Federation, wants teachers to have priority in receiving covid-19 vaccines | The organization representing Saskatchewan police wants police to have priority in receiving covid-19 vaccines | More transmissible variants of the covid-19 virus from UK and South Africa manage to acquire tickets and boarding passes and travel to Canada | USA now requiring all air passengers to the USA to take a pre-flight covid-19 test | Manitoba lock down ended -- kind of. Gyms, fitness centers, restaraunts and bars allowed to reopen at 25% capacity. Indoor recreation facilities like rinks, gymnastic clubs and martial arts studios alloed to reopen at 25% capacity. Museums, art galleries and libraries allowed to reopen at 25% capacity. Personal service businesses allowed to reopen at 25% capacity. Churches allowed to reopen at 10% capacity or 50 attendees, whichever is fewer. Funerals can have 10 attendees in addition to the officiant under clear covid-19 protocols. Weddings can be conducted provided there are no more than 10 attendees in addition to the celebrant and photographer. Film industry can resume with physical distancing and other safety measures in place | Trudeau and Canada's airlines announce that all flights from Canada to the Caribbean and Mexico will be suspended until April 30, 2021 | "Covid-19 Inaction Figure Scott Moe" meme circulates on internet | In March 2020 we provided Saskatchewan Procurement and the Minister of Health with information about this covid-19 pandemic curtailment tool and an analog (UV light) tool we had conceived of and were working on developing and could use capital to work on. Almost a year later and finally an information request from Saskatchewan Procurement. Innovation Saskatchewan. Meanwhile, young university and high school graduates are leaving Saskatchewan in droves and covid-19 has claimed the lives of 399 Saskatchewanians and ~2.61 million people worldwide | Chairman Moe - never missing an opportunity to stick his neck out forthe oil and gas industry, and doing practically nothing for Saskatchewan's tech industry finally does something right by endeavouring to get the federal government to anti up some money for Vido-Intervac | Wait Times for technical support from Saskatchewan Ehealth unknown but greater than 10 minutes last we checked. | Working in tech in Saskatchewan is knowing that unless you happen to be a politician's relative, the provincial government and city governments will never have your back but won't hesitate to stab you there | Working in internet based tech in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan is knowing the American hedge fund owned "local media" and the state funded news network will never report your press releases but will instead report the weeks or months later issued press releases of out-of-province companies or the Saskatchewan Health board announcing they are now doing the same or almost the same thing in Saskatchewan as you are and issued your press releases for | Saskatchewan bars are ordered to cease alcohol sales at 10 PM and to close by 11 PM | Mask-wearing in indoor public spaces throughout Saskatchewan mandatory | Saskatchewan restrictions relaxed! Social get-togethers in family dwellings are not to exceed 10 people from more than 3 households. | Sadasktchewan Health now talking about opening more drive through testing sites in Regina and Saskatoon, finally recognizing hours long wait lines were a deterrent to people getting tested | Ordinary people are abstaining from travelling out of country and out of province because they don't want to be responsible for helping to spread the pandemic into Saskatchewan. Meanwhile, a member of the board of directors of Sask Health went to California and has been spending her time there. | Prime Minister Trudeau does the right thing and extends the border closure to March 21st, 2021. Thanks to covid-19, the border will have been closed for non-essental travel for 1 year | Still fostering the spread of covid-19 by failing to enact UBI, using federal powers to halt international travel and curtail inter-provincial travel, and not making it easier for working class people to receive financial assistance so they stay home when they might have covid-19 | WHO report exhonerates China, from the CBC crickets | Federal Conservative leader O'tool and CBC spew fake Uyghur genocide propaganda to help keep the military-industrial complex as fat as bank and credit card company owners | CBC fails to report on covid-19 disaster capitalism unparalleled transfer of wealth from US middle and working class to the US .01 percent | CBC News continues to spew fake news, bash China, advance the new cold war, genocide story. | Conservative motion declaring genocide passes in the House of Commons. To their great discredit the NDP and Green Party supported this motion predicated on fake news | Trudeau government should have enacted UBI, many Canadians now unable to pay their bills as they come due | Illinois, New Jersey and Pennsylvaniana have had between 22K and 25K confirmed fatalities | New York has had more than 46K fatalities | California surpasses New York for total confirmed covid-19 fatalities, California covid-19 variant of more virulent strain plaguing Britain more virulent than UK variant | With covid-19 infections soaring in a few Canadian provinces is it time for governments to close non-essential travel into and out of those provinces? | Trudeau refuses to enact UBI, many Canadians now under extreme financial distress. 4 million Canadians now without sufficient income to purchase necessities | Trudeau government does the right thing and extends border closure for non-essential travel to March 21, 2021. The border has now been closed for 1 year for non-essential travel, and yet so many travel into the USA for the most trivial of reasons | Phone service wait times for EI claimants now commonly in excess of 1 hour, near the end of the Ontario work day, in excess of 2 hours | McAfee sucks. Even though our websites do not track your activities with super-cookies -- we don't use because we respect your privacy -- and do not contain any malicious software and are not engaged in any sort of phishing activity -- this corruptcompany lists them as unsafe. Many websites that do put tracking supercookies on your computer do not cause McAfee to issue any warnings to end users. Also, McAfee anti-virus is a real pain to remove from your computer if you want to replace it with a decent anti-virus program that doesn't cause your computer to bog down. Duckduckgo "McAfee removal" when you have time. "McAfee rip off" returns 119000 results in google, ranging from class action information to 2 out of 5 star average reviews on review ratings websites | World Health Organization has stated what this ticker noted some internet genius weeks earlier -- SARS-CoV-2 may never go away, and instead may become "just another endemic virus in our communities" like HIV. Vaccines may not be effective against all the variants of the virus and virus mutations that have developed. Worse, virus mutations producing variants may occur faster than scientists can create effective vaccines for the variants. | USA #1 for infected citizens, Brazil #2, India #3, France #4, Russia #5 | USA #1, Brazil #2, Mexico #3, India #4, UK #5 - John Hopkins University | Worldwide Covid-19 infections ~128.92 million, ~2.82 million fatalities | The H1N1 Pandemic in 2009, originating in Mexico or the USA, infected more than 500 million people and killed between 151700 and 575400 people world wide from April 9, 2009 to April 10, 2010 - CDC. | Covid-19 has claimed the lives of more than 545K people in the USA alone | The Spanish flu pandemic took about 50 million lives between 1918 and its culmination in 1920. The world's population at the time was less than 2 billion. It is now 7.79 billion | 195K Americans died from the Spanish Flu (second wave) in October 1918 alone | Sentiments in favour of, and organizations lobbying for, Prohibition, grew significantly because of the Spanish Flu. Some countries that "reopened" have since experiencing post-reopening covid-19 pandemic spikes, re-closed bars. Will sentiments in favour of stopping the consumption of alcohol in bars and nightclubs grow because of this pandemic? | Japan, which made masks mandatory early on, has more than 3X the population of Canada but less than half the number of confirmed infections and fewer than 9.5K covid-19 deaths | Mongolia, Venezuela and Vietnam numbers made mask wearing mandatory early, infection and death rates low. Venezuela has fewer than 1600 confirmed covid-19 fatalities | Brazil, Colombia and the USA did not make mask wearing mandatory early on | Nicaragua has more citizens than Ontario and Quebec combined. It has less than 6700 confirmed cases and less than 200 confirmed fatalities | North Korea closed its borders on January 23rd and banned all foreign tourists and flights to and from the country. It also made masks mandatory and claims 0 confirmed infections and 0 fatalities. Many are skeptical of these numbers but it does seem to have been largely successful in preventing the spread of covid-19 within its borders - Wikipedia | Manila Phillipines again goes into lockdown | Canada has money to bail out big business and purchase vaccines from big pharma, can't ensure -- like countries like China and Vietnam that have been successful in fighting covid-19 -- that all citizens have face masks | Remember when the CBC, the Canadian government and its paramilitary agencies and Canada's state-funded feminist organizations were telling Canadian women their greatest danger was Canadian men? Appallingly even in the midst of a raging pandemic they still are. | Pentagon "defence" budget $740 billion, Center Disease Control budget $11 billion - Code Pink | Conservative motion declaring genocide passes in the House of Commons. To their great discredit the NDP and Green Party supported this motion predicated on fake news | Community transmission makes it important for people to provide information through this web tool | USA 4.2 Trillion dollar bail-out program ratified by Senate benefits big banks and biggest corporations, will lead to greater concentration of wealth, essentially a swindle – Jimmy Dore | Covid-19 misandrist. Men account for more than 2/3 of Italian deaths, deaths of men more than 2 X deaths of women in Spain, men nearly 60% of Covid-19 fatalities in NYC | NYC and Chinese Researchers find Covid-19 attacks T-cells | To curb the spread of Covid-19 China disinfected entire cities daily, sometimes twice daily. Wealthy Dubai and poor Venezuela are doing likewise | President Biden rejoins World Heath Organization. | Vietnam has the highest ratio of tests to confirmed cases in the world, made wearing of masks in public places mandatory by early March, has fewer than 2600 confirmed infections, and less than 40 fatalities. Vietnam is the 15th most populated country on earth. | CBC continues to fail to report on Venezuela's relative success in dealing with covid-19 | Though Trudeau government failed to enact UBI to deal with covid-19 pandemic economic collapse thereby spawning unnecessary administrative expense, unnecessary anguish and stress and numerous petitions it has done much better than the U.S. government at combating the economic harm occasioned by the pandemic. | Trudeau government still failing to prohibit the charging or collection of credit card and mortgage debt interest during pandemic, some Canadian banks generously offer to drop credit card interest rates to 11% -- why is interest of more than 9% even legal? | More than 250 million people stage general strike in India, demands include UBI | "I had a bird, I named it Enza, I opened a window and in flew Enza (influenza)" Children's skipping chant, Spanish Flu years | A virus gone viral is conflating virtual reality and reality | Covid-19 may have been in Italy and USA much earlier than previously thought - as far back as October 2019 for Italy | San Diego had 366 deaths in the Spanish Flu, Philadelphia had more than 15,000. Mask wearing was mandatory in San Diego. | Coronavirus in New York came mainly from Europe | Multiple mutations of Covid-19 but three distinct strains identified, one of which may be less harmful than the other two strains -- phylogenetic network analysis by Cambridge University Researchers | Phunware Smart Phone Tracking Firm Identified Global Coronavirus Pandemic as Promising New Profit Opportunity - The Intercept | Many Canadians in default on rent payments, more and more Canadian businesses being distrained for outstanding rent | Bank of Canada interest rate .5 percent, Bank of Canada expects this rate to continue until 2023 due to covid-19 decimated economy | Trudeau government still failing to prohibit the charging or collection of credit card and mortgage debt interest during pandemic, some Canadian banks generously offer to drop credit card interest rates to 11% -- why is interest of more than 9% even legal? | CBC's "Cross Country Check-up" airs several hours of bash China, pro-military industrial complex propaganda/fake genocide crap. While doing so the CBC presents former Canadian ambassador to China, presently with the Atlantic Council (NATO funded) linked Munk School, David Mulroney as an objective humanitarian "China expert". Mulroney has his lips so firmly on the ass of the military industrial complex people can smell the shit from miles away. | Sometimes the universe meets out rough justice: Jacqui Barclay didn't reproduce. More sad ripples of a motor-cycle accident tragedy? | CBC radio news spreads fake news about Venezuelan election. Claims Juan Guido is the leader of the Venezuelan opposition. Does not report on Venezuela's relative success in dealing with covid-19 | CBC "News" fails to report on Grayzone story that Thomson-Reuters, the BBC and "Bellingcat" received millions of dollars from British intelligence to promote fake, pro-war news. | First covid-19 victim in USA was previously thought to have died on Feb. 29, 2020. Autopsies show covid-19 deaths took place on Feb. 17th and Feb. 6th. The deaths were not linked to travel meaning there was community transmission in the Bay area much earlier than previously thought -- San Francisco Chronicle | Canadian government wants to use invasive technology created in part by big US tech to help track covid-19 infection rather than much less invasive, less costly technology like this privacy rights respecting on-line tool | All sourced numbers are from tested individuals and confirmed by testing only, in many countries and communities not everyone who has Covid-19 is tested and identified - please provide your information through this web tool | Infection and death numbers seem to indicate which countries had good pandemic response and which countries have not | People involved with this tool and tracker have been trying to use the internet to support greater democratization and truthfulness in the world since 1994. | On May 7, the main stream media reports what we reported on weeks ago -- the covid-19 strain infecting North America is a different more lethal strain than the strain that infected people in Wuhan China (and came to North America's Eastern seaboard via Europe) | There have been multiple confirmed cases of covid-19 and at least one death in Belmarsh prison, the prison in which Julian Assange is unjustly detained. #FreeAssangeAlready |