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Tim Bousquet Retweeted ·  
Updated with a full response from HRM to our questions about the arrangement between HRM and the hotel:
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
On my AirPods there is a button on the charger to hold down until the phone can find them. Got any equivalent button on the Phillips?
Replying to @coleharbourdave
Seriously, I'll buy you a drink. Thanks.
 
In reply to @coleharbourdave
THAT WORKED! Thanks! Now I gotta figure out the hotspot issue.
And weirdly, now the hotspot works. Moving on to get the laptop to hook up....
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
On my AirPods there is a button on the charger to hold down until the phone can find them. Got any equivalent button on the Phillips?
Replying to @coleharbourdave
THAT WORKED! Thanks! Now I gotta figure out the hotspot issue.
 
In reply to @JennaACY
Also, one problem with the old phone was the hotspot often couldn't connect with the laptop. That seems to STILL be a problem with the new phone.
The whole point of getting a new phone was to fix the hotspot and podcast app problem. The podcast app seems to work now, but the hotspot problem remains, and now I can't listen to the podcasts on my headphones.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
can they be paired to one device only? make all the devices forget and restart
Replying to @chrisannad
Done repeatedly. Doesn't solve the problem.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Sometimes the headphones can only link to one or two devices - if you know the model name you can Google it + reset to figure out how to make the headphones forget the previous devices. (When in doubt, hold the power button and another button down for a few seconds)
Replying to @JennaACY
Also, one problem with the old phone was the hotspot often couldn't connect with the laptop. That seems to STILL be a problem with the new phone.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Do you have to reset them to make them “visible” to additional bluetooth devices?
Replying to @WWIFlyingAce
I don't know what that even means. Reset *what*?
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The graph shows the progress of vaccination over time, as captured weekly on Fridays. The blue line is people with 1 dose only; green is people with 2 doses (brown adds in militar); yellow is people with at least 1 dose, and orange represents 75% of the entire population. pic.twitter.com/YHIPpDBfCt
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
More later this afternoon.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
If we include 8,000 military personnel stationed in NS who are not included in the above stats, the double-dosed percentage rises to 74.0%
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The graph shows the progress of vaccination over time, as captured weekly on Fridays. The blue line is people with 1 dose only; green is people with 2 doses (brown adds in militar); yellow is people with at least 1 dose, and orange represents 75% of the entire population.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
At end of day yesterday, 79.2% of the entire population (including young children) have received at least 1 dose of vaccine, and 73.2 have received 2 doses. pic.twitter.com/R1yFRuGcre
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
If we include 8,000 military personnel stationed in NS who are not included in the above stats, the double-dosed percentage rises to 74.0%
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
2,441 doses of vaccine were administered yesterday — 1,428 second doses and 1,013 first doses
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
At end of day yesterday, 79.2% of the entire population (including young children) have received at least 1 dose of vaccine, and 73.2 have received 2 doses.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
I gotta catch a bus, more in a bit.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
2,441 doses of vaccine were administered yesterday — 1,428 second doses and 1,013 first doses
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Over the same period, 28 people died. Of those: • 1 (3.6%) was fully vaccinated • 3 (10.7%) were partially vaccinated • 24 (85.7%) were unvaccinated
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
I gotta catch a bus, more in a bit.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Over the same period, 260 people hospitalized. Of those: • 3 (1.1%) were fully vaccinated • 28 (10.8%) were partially vaccinated • 229 (88.1%) were unvaccinated
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Over the same period, 28 people died. Of those: • 1 (3.6%) was fully vaccinated • 3 (10.7%) were partially vaccinated • 24 (85.7%) were unvaccinated
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Between March 15 and Sept. 16, 2021, there were 4,609 new cases of COVID. Of those: • 99 (2.1%) were fully vaccinated • 275 (6.0%) were partially vaccinated • 4,235 (91.9%) were unvaccinated
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Over the same period, 260 people hospitalized. Of those: • 3 (1.1%) were fully vaccinated • 28 (10.8%) were partially vaccinated • 229 (88.1%) were unvaccinated
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Of the new cases: • 2 are aged 0-12 • 11 are aged 20-39 • 2 are aged 40-59 • 1 is aged 60-79 • 2 are 80 or older
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Between March 15 and Sept. 16, 2021, there were 4,609 new cases of COVID. Of those: • 99 (2.1%) were fully vaccinated • 275 (6.0%) were partially vaccinated • 4,235 (91.9%) were unvaccinated
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Of the cases: • 12 Central Zone — 10 are close contacts of previously reported cases, 2 are under investigation • 5 Northern Zone — 4 close contacts, 1 travel • 1 Western Zone — travel
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Of the new cases: • 2 are aged 0-12 • 11 are aged 20-39 • 2 are aged 40-59 • 1 is aged 60-79 • 2 are 80 or older
 
18 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Nova Scotia today (Friday, Sept. 17) /thread
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Of the cases: • 12 Central Zone — 10 are close contacts of previously reported cases, 2 are under investigation • 5 Northern Zone — 4 close contacts, 1 travel • 1 Western Zone — travel
 
18 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Nova Scotia today (Friday, Sept. 17) /thread
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Good luck - I hope it brings you speed, battery life, and joy!
Replying to @JennaACY @nickmcpherson97 and 1 otherfalse
I also put the phone in a Mophie, and additionally carry around an external Mophie battery pack. I'm kinda a battery freak.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
I'm an iPhone lover for many of its features so my vote is for the iPhone 12 mini.
Replying to @JennaACY @nickmcpherson97 and 1 otherfalse
Thanks, Jenna. I'll stop by the store this afternoon. I've been very happy with Telus, so I just get it there.
 
In reply to @JennaACY
I find the 12 pro good for my hands, but absolutely hate the max size. I do miss my iPhone 7 though, that was a great size for me.
Replying to @nickmcpherson97 @JennaACY and 1 otherfalse
Someone should just tell me what to buy. I want something I can fit in my shirt pocket, will take photos of docs, listen to podcasts, hotspot, syncs with my laptop, and doesn't crash every 2 hours.
 
In reply to @AnnaHalifax
I carry my laptop around with me, so I use the hotspot and use the laptop when I need to do work and such. The phone is mostly for messaging, podcasts, and of course the hotspot.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet @AnnaHalifax and 2 others
Oh, I also use it to photograph documents.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
But the bonus of the bigger phone is that you can read it more easily if have old eyes
Replying to @AnnaHalifax @JennaACY and 1 otherfalse
I carry my laptop around with me, so I use the hotspot and use the laptop when I need to do work and such. The phone is mostly for messaging, podcasts, and of course the hotspot.
 
In reply to @HfxExaminer
Tim, please, upgrade your phone 😂 you will be blown away! It’s very impressive that you’ve held onto a 6S for this long but that poor thing is a zombie now.
Last time I looked, all the new iphones were giant. I just want something I can keep in my shirt pocket.
 
In reply to @HfxExaminer
I think those bridges are beautiful. They’re unique and I personally like that idea.
As @Cove17 points out, were that bridge actually constructed that way, it would soon collapse. They could at least make the stylized stone represent an actual stone bridge.
 
 
 
Volunteers call for moratorium on Halifax tent, shelter evictions after residents lose hotel rooms halifaxexaminer.ca/city-hall/volu… by @zwoodford
 
 
Of course all of our vaccine receipts use the old names, so... that won't be at all confusing.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
I'm already wondering if people outside of Canada are going to accept AstraZeneca, but now I gotta pull out, "hey, really, this Vaxzevria thing is really a thing, promise."
 
Of course all of our vaccine receipts use the old names, so... that won't be at all confusing.
(1/4) Health Canada has authorized brand name changes for the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines.
 
Somebody else is gonna have to cover the next pandemic.
 
Sorry I'm a bit late with this.... 34 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Nova Scotia on Thursday, September 16 halifaxexaminer.ca/featured/34-ne…
34 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Nova Scotia on Thursday, September 16
halifaxexaminer.ca
 
Was locked up in Province House this morning, while Suzanne got Morning File out:
Last night, I took bystander intervention training with @JulieSLalonde. In today's Morning File, I wrote about what I learned.

Remember that couple who moved from Toronto to Mushaboom? I caught up with them on their one year anniversary of moving here.

halifaxexaminer.ca/featured/stand…
 
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
• get vaccinated • be kind.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
I gotta pretend that I'm a reporter. I'll be back later this afternoon.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
• the situation is not dire; aside from that one outbreak in the Northern Zone, the province is about in the same situation it was 2 weeks ago.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
• get vaccinated • be kind.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
• the Northern Zone outbreak remains the centre of the current rise in numbers, and that's among one (not all) Mennonite community. There's really very little risk to the rest of the province in terms of that outbreak.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
• the situation is not dire; aside from that one outbreak in the Northern Zone, the province is about in the same situation it was 2 weeks ago.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Quickly answering the usual questions: • all new cases are considered to be the Delta variant • there's no indication that there are significant numbers of university students bringing the virus in with them MORE
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
• the Northern Zone outbreak remains the centre of the current rise in numbers, and that's among one (not all) Mennonite community. There's really very little risk to the rest of the province in terms of that outbreak.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
I'll have an article out later this afternoon with all this. If you find these updates useful, please consider subscribing to the Halifax Examiner. Subscribers make this work possible. THANKS! halifaxexaminer.ca/subscription-a…
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Quickly answering the usual questions: • all new cases are considered to be the Delta variant • there's no indication that there are significant numbers of university students bringing the virus in with them MORE
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
There are now 173 known active cases in the province. 4 people are in hospital with the disease, but not in ICU. 20 people are determined to be "recovered," but that merely means they are no longer considered contagious, and not necessarily that they aren't still sick.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
I'll have an article out later this afternoon with all this. If you find these updates useful, please consider subscribing to the Halifax Examiner. Subscribers make this work possible. THANKS! halifaxexaminer.ca/subscription-a…
halifaxexaminer.ca
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The province will likely hit the 75% threshold sometime next week if military people are included, and sometime the following week if not (which seems more honest to me, but ymmv). Either way, by the Phase 5 reopening now scheduled for Oct. 4
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
There are now 173 known active cases in the province. 4 people are in hospital with the disease, but not in ICU. 20 people are determined to be "recovered," but that merely means they are no longer considered contagious, and not necessarily that they aren't still sick.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The above percentages do not include 8,000 military personnel stationed in NS vaccinated by the military. If they are included, the double-dosed percentage rises to 73.9%
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The province will likely hit the 75% threshold sometime next week if military people are included, and sometime the following week if not (which seems more honest to me, but ymmv). Either way, by the Phase 5 reopening now scheduled for Oct. 4
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
As of end of day yesterday, 791% of the entire population (including young children) have received at least 1 dose of vaccine, and 73.1% have received 2 doses. However... pic.twitter.com/irGjXWkVnl
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The above percentages do not include 8,000 military personnel stationed in NS vaccinated by the military. If they are included, the double-dosed percentage rises to 73.9%
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Yesterday, 3,387 doses of vaccine were administered — 1,997 second doses and 1,390 first doses.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
As of end of day yesterday, 791% of the entire population (including young children) have received at least 1 dose of vaccine, and 73.1% have received 2 doses. However...
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
5 of the 7 new cases in the Central Zone are aged 20-39; the other 2 are aged 40-59.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Yesterday, 3,387 doses of vaccine were administered — 1,997 second doses and 1,390 first doses.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
And: "There are signs of community spread among those in Central Zone aged 20 to 40 who are unvaccinated and participating in social activities."
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
5 of the 7 new cases in the Central Zone are aged 20-39; the other 2 are aged 40-59.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The Dept. of Health: "There is a large cluster of linked cases in a defined, unvaccinated group in Northern Zone, and more cases are expected."
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
And: "There are signs of community spread among those in Central Zone aged 20 to 40 who are unvaccinated and participating in social activities."
 
 
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