Caitlin Rivers, PhD+ Your Authors @cmyeaton Outbreak science + epidemiology + health security. Assistant professor at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security (@JHSPH_CHS). ELBI alum. May. 13, 2020 1 min read + Your Authors

Like the US, England incorporates more syndromic data into their sitreps. Case counts and % of tests positive declining. 686 outbreaks in care homes, 9 in hospitals, 2 in schools, 1 in a prison. 

Most new cases in Canada are concentrated in Quebec and Ontario - including 94% of deaths. PHAC is one of the few places that I've seen report underlying conditions in pediatric cases - resp disease most common. 

Singapore is headed in the wrong direction after a long stretch of keeping case counts low, but a vast majority of new cases are in dormitories housing migrant workers. Community cases in the single digits. Only ~20 in ICU. 

That's all for now. I only did countries that have reports in English (machine translated PDFs are iffy and I don't want to misinterpret) but most countries have these situation reports on their Ministry of Health websites.

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