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Last 50 tweets from @Tim_Bousquet
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Totally unsatisfying haha considering ~95% of Dal Students are vaxxed. Not 100% like the soccer match, but also pretty damn good. At this point, I feel like we are just looking for things to get upset about regarding COVID, rather than just trusting the vaccines.
Replying to @twittatobes
I'm going to write something about this later. We're in a kinda "in between" place where official messaging is confusing. There are other issues involved in the parties (neighbours, etc), but the "relax, we're double vaxxed" sign reflects that confusion.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
atlantic.ctvnews.ca/overflow-crowd… what's the difference? 🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️
Replying to @twittatobes
I totally get your point! To answer the question, tho: the soccer game was approved by Public Health and the parties weren't. That's not a very satisfying distinction, I grant, but it is the distinction.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Is Phase 5 going ahead on Oct 4 regardless of how the Covid situation unfolds? I keep hearing folk talk about it like it’s a done deal.
 
On top of the many reasons that Chico should not have an ice rink in the downtown plaza, the obvious one is temperature, this is Chico, CA, not Truro, NS @Tim_Bousquet
Replying to @cacrun
I don't think you were there yet, but the plaza used to have these majestic towering elms, planted by John Bidwell himself. A couple had Dutch Elm disease, and they used that as the excuse to cut them all down, but I wasn't convinced that was necessary.
 
Dal says it will be "pursuing disciplinary action under our Code of Student Conduct" against students involved in street parties yesterday: dal.ca/news/2021/09/2…
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The gathering limit currently is 50 people outdoors without social distancing and masks. novascotia.ca/coronavirus/re… Had they simply waited 9 days, they wouldn't have been in violation of that (although there appear to have been other civil violations)
Coronavirus (COVID-19): restrictions and guidance
novascotia.ca
 
Dal says it will be "pursuing disciplinary action under our Code of Student Conduct" against students involved in street parties yesterday: dal.ca/news/2021/09/2…
 
In reply to @AllyGarbs
It's not like they're sleeping in tents.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet @AllyGarbs and 3 others
Then again, 9 days from now this wouldn't violate any public health rules.
 
In reply to @AllyGarbs
It's not like they're sleeping in tents.
 
A private Facebook group taking down posts is not violating anyone's right to speech.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
She’s on Instagram today insisting it’s true, but she can’t name names because she respects the family’s privacy. 🙄
 
Hundreds march through Halifax to demand action on climate change halifaxexaminer.ca/environment/hu… by @zwoodford
 
"My daughter's friend," "my cousin's friend," whatever. cbc.ca/news/canada/no…
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
I'm just trying to get into the head of someone who create this entirely false story. Are they thinking they're somehow doing some good in the world? Is it just a telephone-like story akin to razor blades in Halloween candy? Or are they just assholes?
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
I will accept a Dartmouth peep answer! Thanks!
Replying to @seekyourjoy
You can follow @HHBridges to get updated bridge info
 
Halifax peeps, are both bridges open today?
Replying to @seekyourjoy
I'm a Dartmouth peep, but yes.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
I live near Dal and I see the possible culprits and behaviours every day …
Replying to @espresso_snob
Then presumably the cases would be showing up in the Halifax health network, and they're mostly not.
 
 
Other than YHZ airport are there other places to pick up take-home covid rapid tests in Halifax area? @LisaBarrettID?
 
Tim Bousquet Retweeted ·  
“The whole mining industry in Sweden [worldwide] tries to present itself as part of the transition to a fossil free society …but among the new mining projects you also find … a number of gold mines, which have nothing to do with the ‘green’ transition.” theecologist.org/2021/sep/24/gr…
The greenwashing of gold mining
theecologist.org
 
In reply to @fwillick
Any chance you checked yourself as a reporter?
Replying to @BobMutuc @fwillick
“The CBC sent the woman a message asking for contact information for the family, but the woman did not reply.”
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
I'll have the usual full report later this afternoon or into the evening.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
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
This 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 military); yellow is people with at least 1 dose, and orange line represents 75% of the entire population. pic.twitter.com/UeQvv8165w
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
I'll have the usual full report later this afternoon or into the evening.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The takeaway here is that while vaccination is a very, very good protective measure, it is not perfect. Vaccination does indeed limit the spread of the virus, lessens the severity of those infected, and reduces the # of deaths.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
This 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 military); yellow is people with at least 1 dose, and orange line represents 75% of the entire population.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Also, from Sept. 17- Sept. 23, 1 person died. She was fully vaccinated.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The takeaway here is that while vaccination is a very, very good protective measure, it is not perfect. Vaccination does indeed limit the spread of the virus, lessens the severity of those infected, and reduces the # of deaths.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
From Sept. 17- Sept. 23, 11 people were hospitalized. Of those: • 3 (27.3%) were fully vaccinated • 0 (0%) were partially vaccinated • 8 (72.7%) were unvaccinated
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Also, from Sept. 17- Sept. 23, 1 person died. She was fully vaccinated.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
For the period from Sept. 17- Sept. 23, there were 158 new cases of COVID-19. Of those: • 34 (21.5%) were fully vaccinated • 22 (13.9%) were partially vaccinated • 102 (64.6%) were unvaccinated
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
From Sept. 17- Sept. 23, 11 people were hospitalized. Of those: • 3 (27.3%) were fully vaccinated • 0 (0%) were partially vaccinated • 8 (72.7%) were unvaccinated
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
That means that the woman who yesterday was reported to have died from COVID was fully vaccinated.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
For the period from Sept. 17- Sept. 23, there were 158 new cases of COVID-19. Of those: • 34 (21.5%) were fully vaccinated • 22 (13.9%) were partially vaccinated • 102 (64.6%) were unvaccinated
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
And, over the same period, 29 people died. Of those: • 2 (6.9%) were fully vaccinated • 3 (10.3%) were partially vaccinated • 24 (82.8%) were unvaccinated
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
That means that the woman who yesterday was reported to have died from COVID was fully vaccinated.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Over the same period, 271 people were hospitalized. Of those: • 6 (2.2%) were fully vaccinated • 28 (10.3%) were partially vaccinated • 237 (87.5%) were unvaccinated
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
And, over the same period, 29 people died. Of those: • 2 (6.9%) were fully vaccinated • 3 (10.3%) were partially vaccinated • 24 (82.8%) were unvaccinated
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
From March 15 to Sept. 23, there were 4,767 new cases of COVID-19. Of those: • 133 (2.8%) were fully vaccinated • 297 (6.2%) were partially vaccinated • 4,337 (91.0%) were unvaccinated
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
Over the same period, 271 people were hospitalized. Of those: • 6 (2.2%) were fully vaccinated • 28 (10.3%) were partially vaccinated • 237 (87.5%) were unvaccinated
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
* my understanding is that the military and other federal employees vaccinated outside the provincial vaccination program are going to be entered into the province's system over coming days, so I will no longer do that secondary calculation after today. No more hand-waving stats
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
From March 15 to Sept. 23, there were 4,767 new cases of COVID-19. Of those: • 133 (2.8%) were fully vaccinated • 297 (6.2%) were partially vaccinated • 4,337 (91.0%) were unvaccinated
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The above percentages do not include 8,000 military personnel stationed in NS and who Dr. Strang says have been fully vaccinated by the military. If they are included, the double-dosed percentage rises to 74.9% * (next tweet)
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
* my understanding is that the military and other federal employees vaccinated outside the provincial vaccination program are going to be entered into the province's system over coming days, so I will no longer do that secondary calculation after today. No more hand-waving stats
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
As of end of day yesterday, 80.0% of the entire population (including young children) have received at least 1 dose of vaccine, and 74.1% have received 2 doses. However... pic.twitter.com/Z9qB0o9e2I
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The above percentages do not include 8,000 military personnel stationed in NS and who Dr. Strang says have been fully vaccinated by the military. If they are included, the double-dosed percentage rises to 74.9% * (next tweet)
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
2,819 doses of vaccine were administered yesterday — 1,541 second doses and 1,278 first doses (deleted mistaken tweet, I am human and sometimes regret that)
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
As of end of day yesterday, 80.0% of the entire population (including young children) have received at least 1 dose of vaccine, and 74.1% have received 2 doses. However...
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
There are now 169 known active cases in the province. 14 people are now in hospital with the disease, 1 of whom is in ICU. 12 people are said to be recovered, but "recovered" means they are no longer considered contagious and not necessarily that they aren't sick.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
2,819 doses of vaccine were administered yesterday — 1,541 second doses and 1,278 first doses (deleted mistaken tweet, I am human and sometimes regret that)
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The 7 youngsters who have tested positive underscore the need to make school data more public, and to report hospitalizations by age.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
There are now 169 known active cases in the province. 14 people are now in hospital with the disease, 1 of whom is in ICU. 12 people are said to be recovered, but "recovered" means they are no longer considered contagious and not necessarily that they aren't sick.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
By age cohort, the new cases break down as: • 7 are aged 12 or younger • 3 are aged 13-19 • 18 are aged 20-39 • 7 are aged 40-59 I realize that adds up to 35, not 34. I have no explanation except 1 60-79 is deleted); little data blips happen from time to time.
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The 7 youngsters who have tested positive underscore the need to make school data more public, and to report hospitalizations by age.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The Dept. of Health reiterates: "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
By age cohort, the new cases break down as: • 7 are aged 12 or younger • 3 are aged 13-19 • 18 are aged 20-39 • 7 are aged 40-59 I realize that adds up to 35, not 34. I have no explanation except 1 60-79 is deleted); little data blips happen from time to time.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
The new cases are: • 32 Central Zone — 12 close contacts, 1 travel, 19 under investigation • 1 Northern Zone — close contact • 1 Western Zone — under investigation
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The Dept. of Health reiterates: "There are signs of community spread among those in Central Zone aged 20 to 40 who are unvaccinated and participating in social activities."
 
34 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Nova Scotia today (Friday, Sept. 24) /thread
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
The new cases are: • 32 Central Zone — 12 close contacts, 1 travel, 19 under investigation • 1 Northern Zone — close contact • 1 Western Zone — under investigation
 
34 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Nova Scotia today (Friday, Sept. 24) /thread
 
Tim Bousquet Retweeted ·  
I’m covering the #schoolstrike4climate in Halifax this afternoon.

The group plans to march to Province House and back to demand climate action.
 
Capturing the recovery from a headshot hangover
(Morning File) halifaxexaminer.ca/featured/captu… by Ethan Lycan-Lang
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Mute > block 🥳
Replying to @JarvisGoogoo
Yep. I think about all these trolls spending the time to write up stuff thinking I'll see it but I never do.
 
Worse than Russia: Access to information in Nova Scotia places 66th in world rankings halifaxexaminer.ca/featured/worse… by @joan_baxter
 
In reply to @Bailey71808490
I highly doubt Mr Bousquet is controlled by the government. The "story" is a known antivaxxer woman having a 5 minute rant on FB about something she was told second hand.
Replying to @WarPizza @Bailey71808490 and 1 otherfalse
You are arguing with an account with 0 followers. This serves only to amplify bullshit.
 
An account with 1 follower is trying to bait me, but I am a better Twitterer than that, so will simply mute and move on. YOU CAN DO THIS TOO.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
thought universities required 2x vax
Replying to @RealJimORourke
They do. That doesn't stop people from blaming university students, tho.
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
It looks like the bulk of the 20-40 year old cases in the Central Zone are in the Dartmouth area. I don't have any specific info, but lots of people are wanting to blame university students but there's no concrete evidence for that (yes, uni students live in Dartmouth, too)
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Sorry this is so late; I've been travelling. 1 death, 41 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Nova Scotia on Thursday, Sept. 23 halifaxexaminer.ca/featured/1-dea…
Replying to @Tim_Bousquet
It looks like the bulk of the 20-40 year old cases in the Central Zone are in the Dartmouth area. I don't have any specific info, but lots of people are wanting to blame university students but there's no concrete evidence for that (yes, uni students live in Dartmouth, too)
 
In reply to @Tim_Bousquet
Of the Central Zone cases, how many are kids 0-12 and teens? Parents want this info, as well as school cases, to assess local risk for our kids.
 
 
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