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Pre-Match Thread: Chelsea vs Leeds United [Premier League - MD11]

2020.12.04 18:00 XENOCIDESAM Pre-Match Thread: Chelsea vs Leeds United [Premier League - MD11]


MATCHDAY 11/38
Kick-Off 20:00
Date 5th December 2020
Venue Stamford Bridge, London
Referee (VAR) Kevin Friend (Michael Oliver)
Broadcasting (UK) Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League & Ultra HD

LEEDS UNITED 12th
Form Table (Last 5) 11th
Match Form (Recent on Right) WLLDW
Top Scorer (Penalties) Bamford - 7 (0)
Top Assister Klich & Harrison - 3
Injuries & Suspensions Forshaw, Berardi, Hernández & Shackleton

CHELSEA 3rd
Form Table (Last 5) 2nd
Match Form (Recent on Right) DWWWD
Top Scorer (Penalties) Werner - 4 (0)
Top Assister Ziyech - 3
Injuries & Suspensions None
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2020.12.04 15:50 enterprisevalue Ontario December 04 update: 1780 New Cases, 1553 Recoveries, 25 Deaths, 56,001 tests (3.18% positive), Current ICUs: 207 (+12 vs. yesterday) (+56 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-12-04.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1780 1758.5 1489.6 92.8 78.6 43.2 42 14.9 -0.2 52.8 37.9 9.3
Toronto PHU 633 545.3 434 139.7 111.2 22.7 65.1 11.8 0.5 54 37.9 8
Peel 433 472.4 460.9 239.3 233.5 65.4 24.6 9.4 0.5 56.9 36.5 6.6
York 152 178.6 148.9 112.6 93.9 55.8 33.9 9.8 0.5 47.7 45.2 6.9
Durham 94 82.3 43 89.2 46.6 32.6 29.9 36.8 0.7 39 35.2 25.3
Windsor 68 52.7 43.6 92.5 76.5 39.6 37.7 20.9 1.9 46.9 43.7 9.6
Halton 51 49.3 50.7 62.9 64.7 51.6 31.3 16.8 0.3 47.5 39.7 12.7
Hamilton 43 63.9 53.4 83.3 69.7 43 22.6 33.6 0.9 48.1 35.8 16.1
Simcoe-Muskoka 41 30.3 26.6 39.2 34.4 55.7 25.9 17 1.4 55.7 39.7 4.7
Waterloo Region 40 76.1 59.7 99.6 78.1 35.5 53.8 10.3 0.4 54.8 37 8
London 39 30 14.6 46.1 22.4 30.5 89.5 27.1 -47.1 46.2 32.4 20
Ottawa 36 44.4 32.7 33.3 24.5 19.9 41.5 38.6 0 63.3 28 8.7
Wellington-Guelph 25 22.6 23.4 55.5 57.7 48.1 41.8 9.5 0.6 52.5 39.2 7.6
Niagara 21 21.4 22.7 33.5 35.5 54 27.3 17.3 1.3 49.3 40 10.7
Southwestern 20 10.7 6.7 84.3 52.8 53.3 29.3 16 1.3 50.6 44.1 5.3
Thunder Bay 13 13 7.9 59.9 36.2 22 17.6 58.2 2.2 36.3 28.6 35.2
Brant 11 7.6 12 39.3 62.2 52.8 1.9 43.4 1.9 47.2 47.2 5.7
Huron Perth 10 8.7 6.7 102.9 79.3 54.1 32.8 13.1 0 45.9 36.1 18.1
Kingston 7 3.9 2.1 14 7.8 44.4 14.8 33.3 7.4 66.6 25.9 7.4
Grey Bruce 7 5.7 7.1 24.7 30.9 60 37.5 0 2.5 45 37.5 17.5
Hastings 6 5 3.6 21.7 15.5 37.1 20 42.9 0 77.1 20 2.9
Eastern Ontario 4 10.4 5.7 36 19.7 53.4 42.5 4.1 0 67.2 31.5 1.4
North Bay 4 1.4 1.6 8.1 8.9 60 20 20 0 100 0 0
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 4 2.9 0.6 11.8 2.4 45 45 5 5 55 35 10
Peterborough 3 2.4 2.9 12.3 14.5 47.1 29.4 17.6 5.9 58.8 41.2 0
Chatham-Kent 3 4.6 1.9 31.4 12.7 75 18.8 6.2 0 53.2 31.3 15.6
Lambton 3 2.3 1 12.6 5.5 43.8 31.2 18.8 6.2 31.2 62.6 6.2
Rest 9 10.6 15.6 8.4 12.2 49.3 29.3 18.7 2.7 48 45.4 6.7
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 6495 6167.6 5335.1 114.8 99.4 7.45
Ontario 1824 1769.3 1427 85 68.6 3.79
Alberta 1854 1592.1 1297.3 255 207.7 17.76
Quebec 1470 1376.9 1207.7 113.6 99.6 12.11
British Columbia 694 778.4 716.4 107.4 98.9 11.87
Manitoba 367 351.9 400.9 179.8 204.9 12.54
Saskatchewan 262 268.9 244.4 160.2 145.7 14.2
Nova Scotia 11 12.3 14.6 8.8 10.5 0.54
New Brunswick 6 7.9 10.4 7.1 9.4 0.8
Nunavut 5 6.1 11.6 110.9 208.9 13.44
Newfoundland 0 1.9 2.7 2.5 3.6 0.43
Yukon 1 1.6 1.9 26.9 31.8 2.93
Prince Edward Island 1 0.4 0.3 1.9 1.3 0.06
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-12-04
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-05 1
Durham 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-30 2020-11-29 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-26 2020-11-22 1
Waterloo Region 70s FEMALE Community 2020-11-24 2020-11-18 1
Halton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-20 2020-11-12 1
Hamilton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-25 2020-11-22 1
Niagara 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-20 2020-11-17 1
Niagara 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-30 2020-11-27 1
Ottawa 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-18 2020-10-18 -1
Southwestern 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-12 2020-11-11 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-09-20 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-24 2020-10-21 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-11-04 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-12 2020-11-05 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-13 2020-11-11 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-22 2020-11-20 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-27 2020-11-25 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-30 2020-11-28 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-29 2020-11-28 1
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-15 2020-11-12 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-10-07 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-10-16 2020-10-16 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-22 2020-11-14 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-17 2020-11-17 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-26 2020-11-22 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-12-02 2020-12-01 1
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2020.12.04 15:49 enterprisevalue Ontario December 04 update: 1780 New Cases, 1553 Recoveries, 25 Deaths, 56,001 tests (3.18% positive), Current ICUs: 207 (+12 vs. yesterday) (+56 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-12-04.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1780 1758.5 1489.6 92.8 78.6 43.2 42 14.9 -0.2 52.8 37.9 9.3
Toronto PHU 633 545.3 434 139.7 111.2 22.7 65.1 11.8 0.5 54 37.9 8
Peel 433 472.4 460.9 239.3 233.5 65.4 24.6 9.4 0.5 56.9 36.5 6.6
York 152 178.6 148.9 112.6 93.9 55.8 33.9 9.8 0.5 47.7 45.2 6.9
Durham 94 82.3 43 89.2 46.6 32.6 29.9 36.8 0.7 39 35.2 25.3
Windsor 68 52.7 43.6 92.5 76.5 39.6 37.7 20.9 1.9 46.9 43.7 9.6
Halton 51 49.3 50.7 62.9 64.7 51.6 31.3 16.8 0.3 47.5 39.7 12.7
Hamilton 43 63.9 53.4 83.3 69.7 43 22.6 33.6 0.9 48.1 35.8 16.1
Simcoe-Muskoka 41 30.3 26.6 39.2 34.4 55.7 25.9 17 1.4 55.7 39.7 4.7
Waterloo Region 40 76.1 59.7 99.6 78.1 35.5 53.8 10.3 0.4 54.8 37 8
London 39 30 14.6 46.1 22.4 30.5 89.5 27.1 -47.1 46.2 32.4 20
Ottawa 36 44.4 32.7 33.3 24.5 19.9 41.5 38.6 0 63.3 28 8.7
Wellington-Guelph 25 22.6 23.4 55.5 57.7 48.1 41.8 9.5 0.6 52.5 39.2 7.6
Niagara 21 21.4 22.7 33.5 35.5 54 27.3 17.3 1.3 49.3 40 10.7
Southwestern 20 10.7 6.7 84.3 52.8 53.3 29.3 16 1.3 50.6 44.1 5.3
Thunder Bay 13 13 7.9 59.9 36.2 22 17.6 58.2 2.2 36.3 28.6 35.2
Brant 11 7.6 12 39.3 62.2 52.8 1.9 43.4 1.9 47.2 47.2 5.7
Huron Perth 10 8.7 6.7 102.9 79.3 54.1 32.8 13.1 0 45.9 36.1 18.1
Kingston 7 3.9 2.1 14 7.8 44.4 14.8 33.3 7.4 66.6 25.9 7.4
Grey Bruce 7 5.7 7.1 24.7 30.9 60 37.5 0 2.5 45 37.5 17.5
Hastings 6 5 3.6 21.7 15.5 37.1 20 42.9 0 77.1 20 2.9
Eastern Ontario 4 10.4 5.7 36 19.7 53.4 42.5 4.1 0 67.2 31.5 1.4
North Bay 4 1.4 1.6 8.1 8.9 60 20 20 0 100 0 0
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 4 2.9 0.6 11.8 2.4 45 45 5 5 55 35 10
Peterborough 3 2.4 2.9 12.3 14.5 47.1 29.4 17.6 5.9 58.8 41.2 0
Chatham-Kent 3 4.6 1.9 31.4 12.7 75 18.8 6.2 0 53.2 31.3 15.6
Lambton 3 2.3 1 12.6 5.5 43.8 31.2 18.8 6.2 31.2 62.6 6.2
Rest 9 10.6 15.6 8.4 12.2 49.3 29.3 18.7 2.7 48 45.4 6.7
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 6495 6167.6 5335.1 114.8 99.4 7.45
Ontario 1824 1769.3 1427 85 68.6 3.79
Alberta 1854 1592.1 1297.3 255 207.7 17.76
Quebec 1470 1376.9 1207.7 113.6 99.6 12.11
British Columbia 694 778.4 716.4 107.4 98.9 11.87
Manitoba 367 351.9 400.9 179.8 204.9 12.54
Saskatchewan 262 268.9 244.4 160.2 145.7 14.2
Nova Scotia 11 12.3 14.6 8.8 10.5 0.54
New Brunswick 6 7.9 10.4 7.1 9.4 0.8
Nunavut 5 6.1 11.6 110.9 208.9 13.44
Newfoundland 0 1.9 2.7 2.5 3.6 0.43
Yukon 1 1.6 1.9 26.9 31.8 2.93
Prince Edward Island 1 0.4 0.3 1.9 1.3 0.06
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-12-04
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Community 2020-11-09 2020-11-05 1
Durham 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-30 2020-11-29 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-26 2020-11-22 1
Waterloo Region 70s FEMALE Community 2020-11-24 2020-11-18 1
Halton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-20 2020-11-12 1
Hamilton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-25 2020-11-22 1
Niagara 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-20 2020-11-17 1
Niagara 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-30 2020-11-27 1
Ottawa 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-10-18 2020-10-18 -1
Southwestern 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-12 2020-11-11 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-09-20 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-10-24 2020-10-21 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-06 2020-11-04 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-12 2020-11-05 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-13 2020-11-11 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-22 2020-11-20 1
Toronto PHU 80s MALE Community 2020-11-27 2020-11-25 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Community 2020-11-30 2020-11-28 1
Toronto PHU 80s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-29 2020-11-28 1
York 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-15 2020-11-12 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-10 2020-10-07 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Community 2020-10-16 2020-10-16 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-22 2020-11-14 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-11-17 2020-11-17 1
Toronto PHU 90s MALE Close contact 2020-11-26 2020-11-22 1
Toronto PHU 90s FEMALE Community 2020-12-02 2020-12-01 1
York 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-23 2020-11-22 1
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Hello, I have 4 previously successful loans that I paid back, 3 paid early and 1 exactly on time on the due-date. Each loan was for £350-400 and I made sure to have communication with the Lender and let them know days ahead of time that I will be paying on time so that there is no cause for concern.
I do my own business related things online, nothing risky, very consistent stuff that I have done for a few years, I do have my own capital that I use for my online business, but the little bit extra loaned allows me to cycle the funds a bit more right now and keep on top of a few opportunities, instead of waiting for my payments to hit (I get constant small payments every 1-5 days so the more capital the better.) I am slowly building my own funds up, but the extra bit loaned helps me achieve that goal when I am waiting for my own money to hit from withdrawals etc.
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2020.12.03 16:02 enterprisevalue Ontario December 03 update: 1824 New Cases, 1541 Recoveries, 14 Deaths, 52,873 tests (3.45% positive), Current ICUs: 195 (+12 vs. yesterday) (+44 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-12-03.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1824 1769.3 1427.4 93.4 75.3 43.8 43.5 12.9 -0.2 52.6 38 9.3
Peel 592 484.4 444.1 245.4 225 62.9 27.8 8.9 0.4 57.6 36 6.6
Toronto PHU 396 525.4 419.6 134.6 107.5 24.1 68.3 7.3 0.3 53.1 38.8 7.9
York 187 183.9 145.9 116 92 53.7 34.7 11.1 0.5 46.9 45.1 7.9
London 127 25.9 18.4 39.7 28.3 31.5 93.9 28.7 -54.1 48.1 33.7 16.6
Waterloo Region 87 81 53.1 106 69.5 31.2 52.6 15.9 0.4 54.2 37.2 8.3
Halton 68 60.6 37.3 77.3 47.6 40.1 44.3 15.3 0.2 46 42 12
Windsor 62 50.4 42.6 88.5 74.7 42.2 35.1 19.8 2.8 48.7 43 8.2
Durham 57 78.1 40.3 84.7 43.7 36.2 24.5 38.8 0.5 38.1 35.4 26.1
Hamilton 56 69.4 46.9 90.5 61.1 38.5 31.7 29 0.8 49.3 34.7 15.7
Ottawa 41 47.1 35.9 35.3 26.9 53.9 30 14.8 1.2 63 27 10
Niagara 25 21.3 22.9 33.3 35.7 54.4 28.2 16.8 0.7 48.9 39.6 11.4
Wellington-Guelph 23 22.9 23.3 56.2 57.3 47.5 39.4 12.5 0.6 52.5 40.6 6.9
Eastern Ontario 19 11.1 5.1 38.5 17.8 50 43.6 6.4 0 69.2 28.2 2.6
Thunder Bay 13 11.3 8.6 52 39.5 24.1 19 54.4 2.5 32.9 27.8 39.3
Simcoe-Muskoka 11 29.9 25.9 38.7 33.5 58.9 26.8 13.4 1 54.1 38.8 7.2
Huron Perth 9 9.3 5.6 109.6 65.8 56.9 36.9 6.2 0 40 40 20
Southwestern 8 9.3 6 73.1 47.2 61.5 24.6 12.3 1.5 50.7 41.5 7.7
Hastings 7 4.6 3.7 19.9 16.1 37.5 12.5 50 0 78.2 18.7 3.1
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 6 2.7 0.3 11.2 1.2 52.6 42.1 0 5.3 47.4 42.1 5.3
Haliburton, Kawartha 5 4.6 2.7 17.9 10.6 59.4 25 15.6 0 46.9 50.1 3.1
Chatham-Kent 5 4.4 2.3 30.4 15.7 74.2 19.4 6.5 0 54.8 32.3 12.9
Brant 5 8.3 9.9 43 51.1 58.6 1.7 37.9 1.7 44.8 44.8 10.3
Lambton 4 1.7 1.9 9.5 10.3 66.7 0 25 8.3 33.3 66.7 0
Grey Bruce 4 6.3 8.6 27.2 37 68.2 27.3 0 4.5 43.2 45.5 11.4
Kingston 4 3.4 1.6 12.4 5.7 45.8 20.8 29.2 4.2 66.7 25 8.4
Rest 3 12 14.9 8.6 10.6 48.8 29.8 17.9 3.6 57.1 35.7 7.2
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 6307 6044.1 5193.9 112.6 96.7 7.53
Ontario 1723 1719.9 1388.7 82.6 66.7 3.74
Alberta 1685 1481.1 1301.3 237.2 208.4 16.87
Quebec 1514 1376 1171 113.5 96.6 14.16
British Columbia 834 806 666.3 111.2 92 12.27
Manitoba 277 353.9 414.3 180.9 211.8 13.22
Saskatchewan 237 276.4 213.4 164.8 127.2 14.22
Nova Scotia 17 12.7 12.7 9.2 9.2 0.54
New Brunswick 6 8.7 9.3 7.8 8.4 0.91
Nunavut 11 5.4 12.1 98 219.2 12.14
Newfoundland 1 2.3 2.4 3.1 3.3 0.54
Yukon 2 1.4 2 24.5 34.3 2.43
Prince Edward Island 0 0.3 0.3 1.3 1.3 0.04
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2020.12.03 16:02 enterprisevalue Ontario December 03 update: 1824 New Cases, 1541 Recoveries, 14 Deaths, 52,873 tests (3.45% positive), Current ICUs: 195 (+12 vs. yesterday) (+44 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-12-03.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1824 1769.3 1427.4 93.4 75.3 43.8 43.5 12.9 -0.2 52.6 38 9.3
Peel 592 484.4 444.1 245.4 225 62.9 27.8 8.9 0.4 57.6 36 6.6
Toronto PHU 396 525.4 419.6 134.6 107.5 24.1 68.3 7.3 0.3 53.1 38.8 7.9
York 187 183.9 145.9 116 92 53.7 34.7 11.1 0.5 46.9 45.1 7.9
London 127 25.9 18.4 39.7 28.3 31.5 93.9 28.7 -54.1 48.1 33.7 16.6
Waterloo Region 87 81 53.1 106 69.5 31.2 52.6 15.9 0.4 54.2 37.2 8.3
Halton 68 60.6 37.3 77.3 47.6 40.1 44.3 15.3 0.2 46 42 12
Windsor 62 50.4 42.6 88.5 74.7 42.2 35.1 19.8 2.8 48.7 43 8.2
Durham 57 78.1 40.3 84.7 43.7 36.2 24.5 38.8 0.5 38.1 35.4 26.1
Hamilton 56 69.4 46.9 90.5 61.1 38.5 31.7 29 0.8 49.3 34.7 15.7
Ottawa 41 47.1 35.9 35.3 26.9 53.9 30 14.8 1.2 63 27 10
Niagara 25 21.3 22.9 33.3 35.7 54.4 28.2 16.8 0.7 48.9 39.6 11.4
Wellington-Guelph 23 22.9 23.3 56.2 57.3 47.5 39.4 12.5 0.6 52.5 40.6 6.9
Eastern Ontario 19 11.1 5.1 38.5 17.8 50 43.6 6.4 0 69.2 28.2 2.6
Thunder Bay 13 11.3 8.6 52 39.5 24.1 19 54.4 2.5 32.9 27.8 39.3
Simcoe-Muskoka 11 29.9 25.9 38.7 33.5 58.9 26.8 13.4 1 54.1 38.8 7.2
Huron Perth 9 9.3 5.6 109.6 65.8 56.9 36.9 6.2 0 40 40 20
Southwestern 8 9.3 6 73.1 47.2 61.5 24.6 12.3 1.5 50.7 41.5 7.7
Hastings 7 4.6 3.7 19.9 16.1 37.5 12.5 50 0 78.2 18.7 3.1
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 6 2.7 0.3 11.2 1.2 52.6 42.1 0 5.3 47.4 42.1 5.3
Haliburton, Kawartha 5 4.6 2.7 17.9 10.6 59.4 25 15.6 0 46.9 50.1 3.1
Chatham-Kent 5 4.4 2.3 30.4 15.7 74.2 19.4 6.5 0 54.8 32.3 12.9
Brant 5 8.3 9.9 43 51.1 58.6 1.7 37.9 1.7 44.8 44.8 10.3
Lambton 4 1.7 1.9 9.5 10.3 66.7 0 25 8.3 33.3 66.7 0
Grey Bruce 4 6.3 8.6 27.2 37 68.2 27.3 0 4.5 43.2 45.5 11.4
Kingston 4 3.4 1.6 12.4 5.7 45.8 20.8 29.2 4.2 66.7 25 8.4
Rest 3 12 14.9 8.6 10.6 48.8 29.8 17.9 3.6 57.1 35.7 7.2
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 6307 6044.1 5193.9 112.6 96.7 7.53
Ontario 1723 1719.9 1388.7 82.6 66.7 3.74
Alberta 1685 1481.1 1301.3 237.2 208.4 16.87
Quebec 1514 1376 1171 113.5 96.6 14.16
British Columbia 834 806 666.3 111.2 92 12.27
Manitoba 277 353.9 414.3 180.9 211.8 13.22
Saskatchewan 237 276.4 213.4 164.8 127.2 14.22
Nova Scotia 17 12.7 12.7 9.2 9.2 0.54
New Brunswick 6 8.7 9.3 7.8 8.4 0.91
Nunavut 11 5.4 12.1 98 219.2 12.14
Newfoundland 1 2.3 2.4 3.1 3.3 0.54
Yukon 2 1.4 2 24.5 34.3 2.43
Prince Edward Island 0 0.3 0.3 1.3 1.3 0.04
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2020.12.03 15:14 DBCMedia Record billions investment in London’s fintech enterprises – but what about the rest of the UK?

Economy experts predict the country’s huge debts from the pandemic might be aided by fintech business profits in the recovery years ahead.
It’s a fact – London is now the second most popular city for global investment in fintech, second only to San Francisco and ahead of New York. A recent report highlights the fact that the UK’s fintech industry has secured a glowing reputation among world leaders and, despite the pandemic, it continues to thrive.
It’s US investors who have shown the greatest confidence in the English nation’s capital of late. They’re responsible for ploughing in up to 60 percent of the current total London fintech funding which today amounts to nearly £3 billion. This good news break is reported on the DBC Media UK financial news website.
It was in the spring of 2020 and during the early coronavirus lockdown in the UK that recruitment firm Roger Walters and market analysis experts Vacancy Soft published some remarkable findings in a report entitled Fintech: Challenger to competitor. Part of the report is featured on the ComputerWeekly web platform.
According to the Walters report, in the first quarter of 2020, London fintech companies generated almost as much investment ($114m) as they did for the whole of 2017 ($148m). To date, London’s fintech firms have secured $3.6 billion (just over £2.733 billion) in venture capital.
As further reported at DBC Media, London secured 169 deals relating to fintech enterprises while Paris claimed the second spot in Europe with 40. London remains the number one attraction in Europe for fintech investors globally. Also earlier this year, joint data published by Dealroom and London & Partners had shown that London-based fintech companies secured 57 percent of European venture capital investment from abroad, especially the States.
Looking at total VC investment into London, 44 percent of all tech-related funding has gone to the fintech industry. The city is home to well over 2000 fintech firms, which means the capital has secured almost double the amount of US VC investment over the same period in 2019.
This is a major boost to the sector and the UK economy, particularly outstanding as it’s been achieved under the dark shadow of coronavirus-related uncertainty, the DBC Media article continues.
The Walters report highlights the fact that $2.2 billion of the total VC London investment was secured by just 50 firms. Among the largest was a $500 million Series D round for Revolut, funding coming from US firms Ribbit Capital and Technology Crossover Ventures, among others.
Further enhancing the reputation of London as an important fintech centre is the recent news that two overseas businesses, Plaid in the US and Clearbanc based in Canada, have selected the capital as the location for their new European offices as part of their expansion plans.
Plaid has opened a new office in Shoreditch, giving it access to everything it needs - investors, potential clients, world-class talent and fintech savvy customers. In its planned London launch, Clearbanc has already committed to a $500 million investment in e-commerce firms.
But what of the rest of the UK? The country’s fintech market currently remains firmly fixed in the city, despite the Walters report noting that tech roles in banking had increased 50 percent since 2017 in regional cities like Manchester, Birmingham, and Leeds.
As an example, in 2018, 45 of the UK’s 50 fintech deals worth over £1m involved firms located in London. So while the UK’s total deals nearly doubled to 96 in 2019, bringing in $48bn (almost £46.2bn) investment, only eight of these related to regional businesses.
“In the past few years, we have seen regions outside the UK establish their own tech hubs and as a result, are holding onto talent. With the skills now existing in abundance in the regions, attention needs to turn towards getting fintechs to move or start-up here,” comments Ahsan Iqbal, Director of Technology at Robert Walters.
He adds: “Perhaps the most drastic change was the UK Government’s swift action to ‘shake up’ traditional lending and allow fintech companies to be an official loan provider for the Government’s Covid-19 bailout scheme, introducing fintechs to the masses. As fintechs creep into traditional banking territory, and financial services continue to embed technology into their processes, the sectors stand to become indistinguishable in the next year.”
The report also concluded that fintechs focused on lending are best placed to ride out the coronavirus crisis, because of their ability and capacity to work in ways that traditional banks could not.
As normal restrictions on lending are waived to enable companies to ride out the crisis, AI will play a significant role in enabling the financial services sector to provide simultaneous support to thousands of businesses. This at a rate far greater than the capacity of their current underwriting team. As a result, AI-driven fintech lenders will be the biggest ‘winners’.
Another consequence of the pandemic could be yet another significant increase in the UK’s use of online banking, which already has some of the highest customer user rates on the planet. These reached an all-time high of 73 percent last year, according to the Fintech: Challenger to competitor document.
The report concludes: ‘Lockdown and social distancing measures mean that banks have had no choice but to scale back their retail operations and instead push customers towards digital platforms.’
Overall, the report has shown that even amid a global pandemic and the widespread uncertainty it’s created, London’s fintech industry is a world-leader and can continue to attract investment and support. That’s not just a boost for the future of the fintech sector in the UK but the country’s economy. With soaring debts caused by Covid-19 to keep the UK afloat, it’s certainly sorely needed for general economic recovery in the years ahead.
You can read the whole DBC Media article at: https://dbcmedia.co.uk/2020/11/13/us-investors-plough-billions-into-uk-fintech/
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The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Black Red consists as one of four variations of the silhouette’s 2017 lineup.
Kanye West premiered this version during his fashion presentation of YEEZY Season 4 at NYFW in September, while recent sightings and current images of the silhouette have it now portrayed with a heel tab — a design element that was first prominent on the original Yeezy Boost 350 which first debuted in 2015.
Furthermore, this 2017 pair still inherits that distinctive stripe detail across its side panels, although camouflaged due to its blacked-out primeknit construction, alongside the signature “SPLY-350″ branding which is rendered bright red.
Infant sizes are suggested to release well, and quantities to be extremely limited.

Latest News:

Update: (12/1/2020) adidas has confirmed that the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Bred” will restock in full-family sizing on December 5 via the adidas app.Update: (11/13/2020) First look at the 2020 adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Black Red is unveiled.Update: (9/10/2020) Kanye West reveals the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 Black Red will restock in December via Twitter.Update: (1/30/2017) adidas unveils official imagery, plus confirms adult and infant sizing retailing for $220 and $140 respectively.Update: (1/20/2017) Reputable source @theyeezymafia reveals the official release date — February 11.********

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Nuernbergerstrasse 16
Berlin
SOTO Berlin
Torstraße 72
Berlin
Voo Store
Oranienstraße 24
Berlin
Wood Wood
Rochstr. 4
Berlin
size?
Hohestrasse 160 – 168
Cologne
Asphaltgold
Friedenspl. 4
Darmstadt
Afew-Store
Oststrasse 36
Duesseldorf
Uebervart
Kleiner Hirschgraben 14
Frankfurt
Foot Locker
Zeil 83
Frankfurt/Zeil
43einhalb
Peterstor 7
Fulda
Allike
Virchowstraße 2
Hamburg
Glory Hole
Marktstrasse 145
Hamburg
Snipes
Mönckebergstr. 25
Hamburg
Snipes
Hohe Str. 100 – 102
Köln
The Good Will Out
Händelstraße 41
Köln
Solebox
Altheimer Eck 6
Muenchen
Pool Fashion
Maximilianstraße 11
Munchen
Beastin GmbH & Stolte GbR
Amalienstr. 44
München
Foot Locker
Neuhauserstrasse 41
München
Snipes
Neuhauser Straße 3a
München
Newseum by Crämer and Co.
Breite G. 18
Nuremberg
Suppa
Paulinenstr. 44
Stuttgart
Greece
Phat Soles
27 – 29 Dimarchou Angelou Metaxa
Athens
Simple Caractere
23 Kiriazi Str
Athens
Device1
P. Mela 38
Thessaloniki
Hong Kong
adidas Brand Center
No. 36 Queen´s Road, Central
Hong Kong
adidas Originals Store Hong Kong Causeway Bay
6 Kingston Street
Hong Kong
adidas Store Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui Ocean Terminal
27 Canton Road
Hong Kong
D-MOP/ J-01
No.56-58 Wellington Street
Hong Kong
EXI.T Hysan One
1 Hysan Avenue
Hong Kong
EXI.T Silevercord
Shop LG31, Silvercord
Hong Kong
Juice
9-11 Cleveland Street
Hong Kong
SWC
Shop 4102, Level 4, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Hungary
Icons by Bizanc
Petofi Sandor Utca 20
Budapest
Iceland
Húrra
Hverfisgata 50
Reykjavik
Indonesia
adidas Store Neo Soho
Jalan Letjen. S. Parman Kav. 28
Jakarta
Goods Dept
Jl. MH. Thamrin No. 28 – 30
Jakarta
Ireland
Brown Thomas
88 – 95 Grafton Street
Dublin
JD
43-44 Mary Street
Dublin
size?
26 Wiklow Street
Dublin
Italy
Sugar
Corso Italia 19,
Arezzo
Backdoor
Piazza Galileo Galilei 3A
Bologna
Rail
Via S. Martino della Battaglia, 5a
Brescia
Papini
Corso Italia, 78
Catania
Eraldo
Via Roma 87
Ceggia
SlamJam Ferrara
Via Canonica, 12 int. 3/5
Ferrara
Luisa via Roma
Via Roma 19/21r
Florence
Sotf
via de´ tornabuoni 17/r
Florence
Susi Store
via Viale Umberto I
Latina
Vinicio
Via Felice Musazzi, 2, Legnano MI
Legnano
Bernardelli
Piazza Guglielmo Marconi 27
Mantova
adidas Originals Store Milan
Via Tocqueville 11
Milan
AW Lab
VIA TORINO, 22
Milan
Julian Fashion
Viale G. Matteotti, 31
Milan
Par5
Via Pio IV 1
Milan
size?
Via Torino 49
Milan
Antonia
VIA CUSANI 5
Milano
Antonioli
Via Pasquale Paoli 1
Milano
Excelsior
Galleria del Corso, 4
Milano
Foot Locker
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 24/28
Milano
One Block Down
Corso 22 Marzo, 12
Milano
SlamJam Milan
Via Pasquale Paoli, 3
Milano
Space23
Corso Garibaldi, 104
Milano
Special Milano
Via Tucidide, 56
Milano
Spectrum
Via Felice Casati, 29
Milano
Cotton Club
Via Lambro, 1
Monza
Deliberti
Via Chiatamone, 6
Napoli
Space23
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 156
Roma
Urban Jungle
Via Tuscolana, 1246
Roma
Degli Effetti
Piazza Capranica, 93
Rome
Holypop
Via del Vantaggio, 46
Rome
Suede
Via Dei Serpenti 96
Rome
Urban Star
Via Enrico Fermi, 91/93
Rome
Di Vincenzo Boutique
Via Giovanni Primicerio, 45
Sant´Anastasia
Sneakers 76
Via Vincenzo Pupino, 43
Taranto
Antonioli
19, Piazza Carlo Emanuele II, 19
Torino
Hannibal
via accademia delle scienze, 1
Turin
Japan
adidas Originals Fukuoka
1F Irie Bldg., 1-14-23 Daimyo
FUKUOKA
Cherry
1-1-9 1F, Daimyou, Chuo,Fukuoka-shi,
FUKUOKA
Dice & Dice
DXD bldg 2F 2-1-43 Imaizumi, Chuo-ku
Fukuoka
adidas Originals Hiroshima
4-3 Hon-dori, Naka-ku
HIROSHIMA
adidas Originals Sapporo, Stellar Place
4F Center, Sapporo Stellar Place, 2 Kita-gojo-nishi,
HOKKAIDO
Undefeated Kanagawa
2F VIVRE. 2-15-13 MINAMISAIWAI.NISHI-KU.YOKOHAMA
KANAGAWA
adidas Sendai
2-4-5 Chuo, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi
MIYAGI
SWG NAGOYA
3-1-72 Osu, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi
NAGOYA
Undefeated Okinawa
1F. RYUBI GALLERIA 1F 2-1-13 MATSUO NAHA-SHI
OKINAWA
adidas Originals Shop HEP FIVE
5F Hep Five, 5-15 Kakuda-cho
OSAKA
Hankyu
8-7,kakudacho,kita-ku,osaka-shi
OSAKA
Undefeated Osaka
1-15-13 Minami-Horie
Osaka
adidas Originals Shop Shinsaibashi
1-15-14 Nishishinsaibashi
Osaka-shi
Undefeated Shizuoka
Shizuoka-shi Aoi-ku Konyamachi 6-7
Shizuoka
adidas Originals Flagship Store Tokyo
Jingumae TAURUS, 5-17-4 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
TOKYO
adidas Originals Tokyo Roppongi
1F Roppongi Hills Metro Hat/Hollywood Plaza, 6-4-1 Roppongi
TOKYO
adidas Tokyo, Shibuya
23-5 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku
TOKYO
adidas Tokyo, Shinjuku
1-3F, 3-27-4 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku
TOKYO
BEAMS HAYAJUKU STORE
3-24-7 Jingumae
Tokyo
BILLIONAIRE BOYS CLUB
1F-C 4-25-1 Jingumae
Tokyo
Billys ENT
6-23-7 Jingumae
Tokyo
Dice & Dice Tokyo
TODD SNYDER TOWNHOUSE B1, 6-18-14 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Tokyo
EDIFICE Shinjuku Store
3-31-9 Shinjuku
Tokyo
GR8
1-11-6 Jingumae
Tokyo
Hankyu
4F 2-5-1 Yurakucho
TOKYO
Isetan Shinjuku
3-14-1 Shinjuku
Tokyo
Mita Sneakers
Ameyoko Center bldg 2F 4-7-8 ueno , Taito-ku
Tokyo
Seibu Shibuya
4F Building B, 21-1, Udagawacho
Tokyo
Styles Daikanyama
1F Maison Daikanyama, 11-8 Sarugakucho
Tokyo
Undefeated Tokyo
1F P-2 BLDG.4-32-8 Jingumae Shibuya-ku
Tokyo
United Arrows & Sons
B1-1F, United Arrows Harajuku For Men 3-28-1 Jingumae
Tokyo
VA an Omnibus Shoe Store
B1F, 4-25-29 Jingumae
Tokyo
Korea, Republic of
adidas Originals Store Busan Seomyun
694, Joongangdae-ro
Busan
adidas Originals Store Daegu Dongsungno
50, Donsungno 2gil
Daegu
adidas Originals Store Gwangju Chungjangno
91, Chungjangno 2(i)-ga
Gwangju
adidas Originals Flagship Store Seoul
13, Apgujeongno 50gil
Seoul
adidas Originals Store Seoul Daehakro
25, Daemyeong-gil
Seoul
adidas Originals Store Seoul Itaewon
144-1, Itaewon-ro
Seoul
adidas Originals Store Seoul Myungdong
20, Myeongdong 8na-gil
Seoul
DAS107 by Kasina
74, Wausan-ro
Seoul
Luxembourg
SMETS CONCEPT STORE
262 Route d’Arlon
Strassen
Malaysia
Sole What
Lingkaran Syed Putra
Kuala Lampur
adidas Originals Store Pavilion
168, Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur
Crossover
Jalan PJS 11/15
KUALA LUMPUR
Mexico
adidas Originals Store Perisur
Periférico Sur 4690
Mexico City
Lust Polanco
Av. Presidente Masaryk, 311
Miguel Hidalgo
adidas Originals Store Toreo
Blvd. Manuel Avila Camacho 5
Naucalpan de Juarez
Netherlands
adidas Originals Store Amsterdam
Leidsestraat 7
Amsterdam
Baskets
Gerard Doustraat 96
Amsterdam
Foot Locker
Kalverstraat 103
Amsterdam
FOUR by Azzurro
Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat 127
Amsterdam
Hombre
Oude Leliestraat 10
Amsterdam
JD Sports
Nieuwendjyk 196
Amsterdam
Patta
Zeedijk 67
Amsterdam
size?
Kalverstraat 128
Amsterdam
Concrete
Papestraat 17
Den Haag
Ansh46
Van Oldenbarneveltstraat 99
Rotterdam
Woei
Hoogstraat 65-A
Rotterdam
Labels
Putstraat 12
Sittard
New Zealand
Area 51
34 Osborne Street
Auckland
Footlocker
191 Queen St
Auckland
Loaded Newmarket
206 Broadway
Auckland
Norway
YME Studios
Karl Johans Gate 39
Oslo
Panama
adidas Originals Store Multiplaza
Vía Israel
Panama
Peru
adidas Originals Jockey Plaza
Av. Javier Prado Este 4200, Surco
Lima
Philippines
adidas Glorietta 2
Ayala Avenue cor. Pasay Road, Ayala Center, Makati
Manila
Commonwealth
SM Aura Premier, Fort Bonifacio
Manila
Sole Academy
Bonifacio High Street
Manila
Poland
Lab chmielna 20
Chmielna 20
Warsaw
Portugal
Wrong weather
Av. da Boavista 754
Porto
Singapore
adidas Originals Store Singapore
9 Scotts Road
Singapore
Limited Edt Chamber
10 Bayfront Ave
Singapore
Spain
24 KILATES
Comercio, 29 Local
Barcelona
Foot Locker
Avenida Portal de l´Angel 6
Barcelona
Limited Editions
Carrer del Duc, 13
Barcelona
Limited Editions
C/ Rera Palau 7
Barcelona
LIMITEDEDITIONS
FRANCESC PUJOLS, 3-5
Barcelona
Sivasdescalzo
De la Marina, 229
Barcelona
Foot Locker
C/ Preciados 6
Madrid
Mini
Calle del Limón, 24
Madrid
Nigra Mercato
C/ Lope de Vega, 2
Madrid
Sivasdescalzo
Calle Churruca 5
Madrid
size?
Calle de Fuencarrel 12
Madrid
ELITE
Conjunto Benabolá, 8
Málaga
Sweden
Shelta
Andra Långgatan 21
Goteborg
Sneakersnstuff
Davidshallsgatan 19
Malmö
Très Bien Shop
Fersens Väg 20
Malmö
Aplace
Norrlandsgatan 11
Stockholm
C-Store
Brunnsgatan 9
Stockholm
C-Store
Regeringsgatan 77
Stockholm
Paul & Friends
Regeringsg. 55
Stockholm
Sneakersnstuff
Åsögatan 124
Stockholm
Footish
Östra Ågatan 9
Uppsala
Switzerland
Boutique Roma
Pelikanstrasse 6
Zürich
Snipes
Niederdorfstraße 21
Zürich
titolo sport
Niederdorfstr. 10
Zürich
Taiwan
adidas Originals Store Kaohsiung
No. 158, Wenheng 2nd Rd
Kaohsiung
Invincible South
No.291, Renyi St.
Kaohsiung
adidas Originals Store Taichung
No. 166, 168, 170, Sec. 2, Gongyi Rd
Taichung
Invincible Central
1, Meicun Rd.
Taichung
adidas Originals Store Dun Nan Taipei
Dunhua S. Rd.
Taipei
adidas Originals Store Nanxi
Zhongshan N. Rd
Taipei
adidas Originals Store Zhong Xiao Taipei
No. 183, Section 4, Zhongxiao E Rd
Taipei
Invincible East
4, Zhongxiao E. Rd.
Taipei
Juice Taipei
Dunhua S Rd
Taipei
Thailand
adidas Originals Store Bangkok Siam Center
Siam Center,979 Rama 1 Rd, Pathum Wan
Bangkok
Carnival
1 Pathum Wan
Bangkok
United Kingdom
Hanon
51 The Green, City Centre
Abderdeen
Harvey Nichols
31-32 Wharfside Street
Birmingham
Size?
1-2 Lower Temple Street
Birmingham
Consortium
14 Albert Road
Bournemouth
Endclothing
196 Ingram Street
Glasgow
HIP
84-86 Vicar Ln
Leeds
wellgosh
34 High Street
Leicester
Size?
59 Bold Street
Liverpool
adidas Originals Store London, Fouberts Place
15 Fouberts Place
London
Browns
24-27 SOUTH MOLTON STREET
LONDON
Foot Locker
283 Oxford Street
London
Footpatrol Ltd
80 Berwick Street
London
Harvey Nichols (London)
109-125 Knightsbridge
London
JD Sports
201-203 Oxford Street
London
Matches
87 Marylebone High St
LONDON
Size?
37A Neal Street Covent Garden
London
Sneakersnstuff
107-108 Shoreditch High Street
London
Harvey Nichols
21 New Cathedral St
Manchester
Hervia
40 Spring Gardens
Manchester
Size?
37 Market Street
Manchester
Triads Ltd
54-56 Albert Road
Middlesbrough
Endclothing
133 – 137 Grainger Street,
Newcastle
Philip Browne
3 Guildhall Hill
Norwich
United States
adidas Originals Store Aventura
19575 Biscayne Boulevard
Aventura
adidas Store Brooklyn
5100 Kings Plaza
Brooklyn
adidas Store Cherry Hill
2000 Route 38, Suite 1640
Cherry Hill
adidas CONFIRMED6552
adidas store Water tower Plaza
845 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 409
Chicago
adidas CONFIRMEDLEFT(BL370,4)
adidas Store Elmhurst
90-15 Queens Boulevard
Elmhurst
adidas Store Garden City
630 Old Country Road
Garden City
adidas Originals Store Los Angeles, Melrose Avenue
8009 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles
adidas Originals Store Miami Beach
226 8th Street
Miami Beach
adidas Originals Store New York, Spring Street
115 Spring Street
New York
adidas Store New York
454 Fulton Street
New York
adidas Store Paramus
1 Garden State Plaza
Paramus
adidas Store San Francisco
845 Market Street
San Francisco
adidas store Santa Monica
1231 Third St. Promenade
Santa Monica

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Hey there, I have 3 previously successful loans that I paid back, 2 paid early and 1 exactly on time on the due-date. Each loan was for £350 and I made sure to have communication with the Lender and let them know 7 ish days ahead of time that I will be paying on time so that there is no cause for concern.
I do my own business related things online, nothing risky, very consistent stuff that I have done for a few years, I do have my own capital that I use for my online business, but the little bit extra loaned allows me to cycle the funds and bit more and keep on top of a few opportunities instead of waiting for my payments to hit (I get constant small payments every 1-5 days so the more capital the better.) I am slowly building my own funds up, but the extra bit loaned helps me achieve that goal when I am waiting for my own money to hit from withdrawals etc.
In regards to repayment, I can either pay via bank transfer (whether that be a local UK bank transfer or an international USA transfer via TransferWise) or I can repay it via the CashApp or Google Pay. There will be no rubbish or delays with me, I take things like that quite seriously and would not ever loan any money if there was a chance I could miss repayment or lose the money, I have my own funds so that will never happen.
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2020.12.02 12:47 -Colt Special report: Trying to manage Marinakis’ Nottingham Forest

When the players of Nottingham Forest came off the pitch after their latest defeat, it was difficult not to be left with the impression that another season was threatening to pass them by.
They had just lost their third game in a row and, though the Championship can change quickly, the 1-0 home defeat by Swansea City leaves them 21st in the league. They have lost eight out of 14 games, scoring nine goals, and two of their three wins have been against teams who came up from League One this season. Add in Forest’s traumas towards the end of last season and it is easy to understand why one of their players, Joe Worrall, has neatly summed it up as an “absolute crap year”.
Except, of course, this is not just an annus horribilis. It has been 21 years since Forest dropped out of the top flight and Chris Hughton is the fifth manager at the City Ground since the Greek oligarch Evangelos Marinakis completed his takeover in the summer of 2017.
Hughton is trying to win promotion for the third time in his managerial career and, on the face of it, he is exactly the kind of manager — experienced, dignified, respected — Forest need for the Greek regime.
Yet it is not always that straightforward at Forest when, as Aitor Karanka, Martin O’Neill and Sabri Lamouchi will be able to testify, this is not an easy club to manage. The ambition is there. It is in other areas where Forest fall short.
So far, 69 players have been signed on permanent or loan deals in the seven transfer windows since Marinakis, the owner of Olympiacos, added Forest to his portfolio. No other club in England have been so active in the market. Nowhere else has stockpiled so many players, wanted and unwanted. Few clubs are so baffling.
Hughton knows what it takes to win promotion. But if he is going to turn it around, perhaps other things need to change. Perhaps it is time for the club to reflect what might have to be done differently.
It is nearly two years since Karanka left his position as Forest’s manager and, even now, the supporters know very little about the sequence of events that led to him deciding he could not face working for the club any longer.
Karanka has never talked about what happened and probably never will, preferring instead to take a dignified approach and keep his integrity rather than throwing mud at a club where he made many friends and developed a strong relationship with the fans.
The Spaniard was popular enough with supporters for a #dontsackaitor campaign to circulate on Twitter once it became apparent he was on the brink of losing his job.
Many supporters could not work out why his job was even in question when the team were competing for the play-offs, or even higher, and he had a proven record at Middlesbrough of knowing what was needed to win promotion.
Those supporters were even more perplexed by the idea that he would decide to walk away, especially when Forest had beaten Leeds United, then the Championship leaders, in their previous league match. Forest won 4-2 and a sold-out City Ground made it clear they wanted Karanka to stay. The team were one place outside the play-offs and the transfer window had just opened. So why would any manager in that position just walk away?
The answer is that, by that stage, Karanka was so worn down by the politics and unpleasantness behind the scenes that he did not have the stomach to carry on any longer.
Karanka was emotionally drained. He had been unhappy for some time. His wife, Ana, had stopped going to games because she did not want to see the people he blamed for making him so miserable. One person in particular: chief executive Ioannis Vrentzos.
That was the season Forest had allied with the “super-agent” Jorge Mendes. The Greeks wanted Mendes to have the same kind of positive influence for Forest that he did for Wolves in their 2017-18 promotion season. But Karanka started to feel under pressure from Vrentzos to pick certain players.
Key figures have told The Athletic that Karanka felt there was interference from above on team selection and that he worked for months in the belief that, if he did not do as they wanted, his job was increasingly in danger. It is understood Forest say the allegations of interference are incorrect and unfair.
One issue related to Arvin Appiah, one of the players to come through the club’s academy.
Forest’s hierarchy wanted Appiah to be involved with the first-team squad because the club intended to sell the player and thought it would bump up his valuation. Mendes had links to potential buyers and the club’s information was that Manchester United might be keen. Forest thought they could raise the kind of transfer fee that would help the club keep within the financial fair play regulations.
Karanka saw it differently. Appiah was talented but raw and Karanka had considerable doubts about whether a boy of 17 was ready for the Championship.
Insiders say Karanka’s relationship with Vrentzos had soured within a few months of taking the job and that he resented the way the chief executive behaved towards him. The issue with Appiah made it considerably worse. Nor did it help that Vrentzos had a habit of turning up to watch training after bad results, creating more pressure simply because of his presence.
One colleague recalls seeing Karanka’s shoulders sag and his entire body language change for the worse when he came off the training pitch, with a game the next day, to be told Vrentzos wanted to speak to him.
As everything came to a head, Karanka’s mentality was: you are going to sack me at some point, so I would rather be sacked picking the team I want.
On Boxing Day, 2018, Forest went to Norwich City and took a 3-0 lead after 74 minutes. Norwich then scored three of their own to salvage an almost implausible draw. The equaliser came in the eighth minute of stoppage time and journalists were told directly after the game that Karanka was close to being sacked. The story was out. Everyone knew Karanka was a dead man walking from that point onwards and for the next three weeks, the headlines created a whirl of pressure and uncertainty around him.
It was even leaked at one point that O’Neill had been identified as the choice of replacement.
Forest lost their next match at Millwall and, in the build-up to the game, the players noticed how detached Karanka was on the training ground. What they did not realise was that he had been close to resigning two months earlier. Karanka had accepted his relationship with Vrentzos was broken and blamed him for what had gone wrong.
Towards the end of Karanka’s reign, Vrentzos was turning up at the training ground on a near-daily basis. Not all the players were happy to see him and, noting the subdued atmosphere, it did not go down well when he told a member of medical staff to “get them all some laughing gas”. Vrentzos didn’t seem to realise that one of the reasons why the mood was so sombre was because of him.
Karanka was used to club politics and dealing with difficult bosses. He had been a player at Real Madrid and was part of the coaching staff at the Bernabeu when Jose Mourinho was manager. Yet he was shocked by his alleged treatment at Forest when, in his mind, it could have been the start of something special.
When Forest won one game against Ipswich Town, six weeks before his resignation, he looked so downbeat during the post-match press conference the BBC Radio Nottingham interviewer asked him, “You seem a bit flat, are you OK?”
“I’m very flat,” Karanka replied.
That went down badly with the club. The club are believed to feel that Karanka was putting on an act, hamming up his alleged unhappiness, and to claim that he had been celebrating the result in his office a few minutes earlier.
Marinakis flew in at one point to see if there was any way of fixing the relationship between Karanka and Vrentzos. But Karanka, regarded by colleagues as an intense yet honourable man, could not take any more. He had decided it was impossible to work with Vrentzos any more and concluded that Forest’s FA Cup tie at Chelsea would be his final match.
Karanka asked to be released from his contract and, as well as arranging a farewell meal for his closest staff at a nearby Gusto restaurant, he went to the stadium to say goodbye to everyone in the offices. Once that was done, he returned to the training ground to collect his belongings and say goodbye to all the relevant people there, too.
At the top of the club, they were annoyed that he was, in their eyes, still hanging around.
The club said they would not pay for some plastic boxes that had been bought by another member of staff, out of his own pocket, to help Karanka’s coaches pack up their belongings with a bit more dignity than having to use bin bags.
Appiah, now 19, was sold for £8 million eight months later. Yet it was not Manchester United who came in for him. It was Almeria — one of the clubs where Mendes has his strongest influence — in Spain’s second division. And by that stage, Forest had already moved out another manager.
In June 2017, a small group of people, including members of Nottingham Forest’s newly formed supporters’ trust, were invited into the boardroom to hear about the club’s plans.
What they were told was exciting, to say the least, after the various ordeals of the Fawaz Al Hasawi era and the unmistakable feeling under the previous regime that the club were going nowhere.
The previous month, Forest had avoided relegation to League One only by goal difference. Marinakis’ takeover had gone through and, to begin with, the newly appointed chairman Nicholas Randall had been put in day-to-day charge.
Randall, a QC who had previously represented Roy Keane, Wayne Rooney and Kevin Keegan, moved from London to start his new life. He gave Forest, and Marinakis, added front-of-house respectability and introduced himself in the form of an open letter that made a series of wide-ranging statements about involving supporters in the running of the club.
That 3,786-word letter, published on Forest’s website, stated that the club were committed to establishing a fans’ advisory board to help shape the club’s decision-making.
More than that, they would allow observers into the club’s board meetings on the basis that “fans and young people will play a crucial part in our project”. Some people, Randall said, did not think it was possible to run a club with that level of fan involvement. Forest would put in place the structures to show it could be done. Every sentence sounded positive. The PR for Marinakis was hugely effective.
Vrentzos arrived to take over the running of the club and, as it has turned out, it hasn’t gone quite as stated. A source close to the club says that is because the EFL requires consultation with fans’ groups to take place with official bodies, namely supporters’ trusts, which they have done instead.
But there is no advisory board. There are no observers allowed into Forest’s board meetings and, as a result, it has largely gone unnoticed that there have been important changes at the top of the club.
Apart from Vrentzos and Randall, the only other board member is Jonny Owen, the head of media. Unannounced, Randall’s role changed before the start of the current season. His role as chairman is now in a non-executive capacity, meaning he is no longer as involved as the previous three seasons. The decision was amicable and Randall still attends every match. But it seems remarkable that Forest have not let their supporters know.
What is left is very much the Vrentzos show and, if you are unfamiliar with his name, it is probably because he has deliberately kept a low media profile. Randall was always the one who took part in public appearances and photo opportunities. Whenever the club used Randall’s name, the in-house rule was always to add the “QC”. Forest very much wanted it to be known they had a respected legal figure in a senior position.
Vrentzos, in stark contrast, has avoided publicity and many Forest supporters will know virtually nothing about him. Yet it is fair to say he comes from a culture in Athens, as the former chief executive of Olympiacos, in which he is used to getting what he wants.
One story, never reported until now, involves a meal being arranged for the Forest hierarchy to meet high-ranking officials from Rushcliffe Borough Council to discuss the club’s proposals for a new stand.
Forest had submitted plans for a high-rise block of 250 apartments as part of the same development. It was 19 storeys high and the council had reservations about putting up such a large structure at a picturesque riverside location. A table was booked at the Cote Brasserie in West Bridgford, half a mile from the ground, and everything was cordial until the council leader Simon Robinson explained why the plans might have to be tweaked.
Vrentzos is said to have taken it badly, lost his temper and started remonstrating with Robinson in front of the entire restaurant. It was a remarkable scene. At one point, a member of the restaurant staff was said to have come over to check everything was OK.
High-ranking sources have said that what happened was a matter of embarrassment for the club. It is understood that Forest would not accept this description of the dinner.
In Randall’s open letter, he also talked about Forest having “a skeleton staff” under the previous owner. The club, he said, had been “in intensive care” and he wanted to reassure staff they would all be treated fairly under the new ownership.
Again, that early PR blitz for Marinakis was exactly what Forest’s supporters wanted to hear. Yet The Athletic has spoken to numerous staff over a long period of time and been told that, behind the scenes, the reality of working for Vrentzos is not quite so appealing. They speak about a culture in which some staff are said to worry about their job security.
Forest say that, apart from their playing department, their staff turnover is what would be expected as the norm at a football club. Yet The Athletic has been told staff have resorted to gallows humour at times because of the number of sackings and resignations. One room has been nicknamed the “Departure Lounge” because of the number of people who leave after going in.
When Randall arrived in Nottingham he talked about the principles with which the club were going to operate. The new-look Forest, he said, were going to take their lead from old-school Arsenal. The club would have values, on and off the pitch, and do everything with class and honour.
At one point, early last season, Vrentzos arranged for a coach trip to take staff to Forest’s game at Stoke City. Still, though, there appears to be considerable evidence, as Karanka, O’Neill (below with Roy Keane) and Lamouchi found out, that perhaps there is a cultural problem at the club.
At one stage, the club are said to have discussed John Thompson’s position as a match-day host because their former player had put out a tweet wishing Notts County good luck. Forest had fallen out with their neighbours and did not seem to realise that Thompson might not have been aware, or cared, about these politics. Thompson had played for both Forest and Notts and was a popular figure with both sets of supporters. Forest have chosen not to comment.
Forest were particularly livid when the film-makers at Copa90 released a 23-minute documentary, The Greatest Story in Football, about the club’s glory years and other notable parts of their history. The film was hugely popular with fans but the club were incensed that it did not focus on the Greek ownership. They were especially angry because there was a positive section on Nigel Doughty, the club’s former owner.
Doughty died suddenly in 2012, aged 54, and the academy is named after him to recognise his dedication to developing young players. The idea that could ever change seems inconceivable and Forest say that remains the case. But there are conflicting accounts.
One senior figure has independently told The Athletic there were conversations at one stage about whether the club should explore the possibilities of removing Doughty’s name. The relevant people, it was said, were persuaded that it would be a PR disaster and the matter was dropped.
Sources close to Forest say this version of events is false and they have good relations with the Doughty family.
Users of Twitter last week, amid growing criticism of the Greek regime, might have been forgiven for questioning those relations. When one Forest supporter tweeted about the “toxic regime” of the Greeks and a hashtag of #VrentzosOut, it was noted that Doughty’s daughter, Helena, was among the Forest fans whose account “liked” it.
When O’Neill was appointed as manager in January 2019 the club were still facing a backlash from fans who were upset about Karanka’s departure.
The club had to make O’Neill sound like an upgrade and desperately wanted to persuade fans that it was the right appointment. The crowds for O’Neill’s first three matches went down every time. Forest, however, had to project a mood of positivity. “It has been like Beatlemania,” the club said.
Behind the scenes, the club spread the message that Karanka had been unpopular with the players. Ben Osborn, it was said, had been unhappy about being a substitute and did not celebrate scoring Forest’s fourth goal against Leeds. Joe Lolley was upset about being substituted in the defeat to QPR. Every dressing room has a few tensions and Forest’s was no different. Overall, however, there was no great evidence of Karanka being unpopular.
In reality, the players were nonplussed by O’Neill’s appointment and the decision polarised opinion among fans, many of whom suspected the Irishman, approaching his 67th birthday, was out of touch with modern football.
Some of the players were not even alive when O’Neill had his peak years at Leicester City in the mid-1990s. They had to look on Google to find out who he was. The players were more intrigued about Roy Keane taking the role as assistant manager and, however much spin was applied, it quickly became apparent O’Neill’s appointment was not going to work.
O’Neill fell out with numerous players. Forest dropped away from the play-offs. The style of play was not like Randall, in his open letter, had stated would be a requirement for all Forest managers. Some of the players came to think that O’Neill preferred the English and Irish players over the foreign ones. At one point, a delegation of senior players talked about challenging him over his belief that pre-season training should begin with long, punishing runs up and down the hills of Nottingham’s Wollaton Park.
For Vrentzos and his colleagues, it was disconcerting after all the issues related to Karanka’s departure.
At one point, the club found out a first-team player had been talking to a Forest fan on holiday. The fan had used his Facebook account to mention what had been said about O’Neill. It didn’t read well. O’Neill was never made aware but one senior Forest official contacted the player to point out it had got back to the club.
O’Neill had been in charge for only 19 games before he was called in by Vrentzos, five days into pre-season, to be sacked. O’Neill had no idea it was coming and hugely upset. One of his grievances was said to be leaving out goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon to suit the club.
Pantilimon, it is understood, had a clause in his contract that would have meant Forest owing money to his previous club, Watford, after a certain number of appearances.
Pantilimon, who was not keen on a switch to Olympiacos, did not play for Forest again and was subsequently frozen into the “bomb squad” until signing for Omonia Nicosia in Cyprus seven months later.
Being in the bomb squad means training and eating away from the other players and not being allowed into the first-team building unless injured. It means, in many cases, professional humiliation. Zach Clough has been in Forest’s version for much of the last two years and throughout the Marinakis era as a whole, it would be possible to put together a full Bomb Squad XI, plus substitutes. It has cost millions of pounds in dead wages.
The bomb squad is also an insight into how the Greek regime operates.
In a typical case, the process involves Kyriakos Dourekas, a former Olympiacos administrator who is now based at Forest’s training ground, sending a message to the relevant players to let them know they are no longer part of the first-team squad’s training. The players then have to empty their lockers and move into the academy building. It is particularly degrading for senior players who have been in the game for 10 to 15 years. The players are often marginalised to the point that they are desperate to get away and, as such, easier to sell or be paid off.
In some cases, however, the players are so angry about their treatment they deliberately play hardball when it comes to the club’s attempts to pay up their contracts. Forest have been known to open negotiations at 20 per cent.
On one occasion, while the players were training at St George’s Park, one member of the bomb squad went into the first-team building and asked the chef if he could have an omelette. The chef told him they were under instructions that everyone in the bomb squad had to eat with the under-23s in another building.
One player secretly taped his conversations with Vrentzos. Another was so aggrieved about the conditions in the bomb squad he complained to the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA). Officials from the PFA visited the training ground to speak to the relevant players and club executives. As the players were involved with the under-23s, it still counted as professional football (unlike, say, if they were with the under-18s) and the PFA left it to Forest to decide how this part of the club should operate.
In September 2019, Vincent Kompany had a testimonial match for Manchester City and Pantilimon, his former team-mate, was invited to be part of it. First, though, Pantilimon needed permission from Forest. Vrentzos’ response was unequivocal: no chance.
O’Neill had gone by that stage. His sacking was confirmed in a 37-word statement at 1.21pm on June 28 and Lamouchi, who had flown in from France the previous day, was confirmed as the new manager at 1.39pm. Forest had decided in that 18-minute gap there was no point going through the pretence that they did not already have O’Neill’s replacement lined up.
It was a questionable way to treat O’Neill, one of Forest’s European Cup winners, when he was supposed to be a club legend. Keane had quit Forest the previous week but was so incensed he rang Randall to tell him exactly what he thought about the way the club was run.
When Lamouchi took charge of his final game, a home defeat to Bristol City on October 3, he did not realise that Forest had been speaking to Hughton a few days earlier to make sure their next manager was in place before sacking the one they already had.
This time Forest’s statement was 18 words: “Nottingham Forest can confirm that the contract of head coach Sabri Lamouchi has been terminated with immediate effect.” Again, Forest did not try to disguise the fact they had his replacement lined up. Hughton’s appointment was announced 30 minutes later.
Forest had won only three out of their previous 20 games and, unfortunately for Lamouchi, that was always going to make him vulnerable, particularly after the meltdown against Stoke City that had seen his team crash out of the play-off positions in their final game last season.
As Marinakis subsequently made clear in a Zoom call with the first-team squad, what happened that night was a humiliation. Forest lost 4-1 and Stoke’s officials were bemused to see Vrentzos make his way to the front of the stand in the final minutes to shout at the home dugout that they needed to score. During one recent game, the BBC commentator had to explain to listeners that the person they could hear in the background was Vrentzos, watching from the directors’ box.
Lamouchi, now coaching Al Duhail in Qatar, had grown fond of Nottingham but was saddened by what he regarded as a lack of class from the people above him. The Frenchman was hurt not to receive the common courtesy of a public thank you or good luck message. Lamouchi came away with the distinct impression that Forest’s hierarchy needed to treat people with more respect.
At times of Lamouchi’s tenure, the players had started to suspect he was often following orders, rather than having the power to do everything his own way. Throughout his time at the club, signings had been made without them necessarily being his targets. The club’s transfer-market dealings in the January window were particularly disappointing and, in fairness to Lamouchi, those decisions appear to have been led by other people.
When Lamouchi was summoned to Athens for showdown talks with Marinakis in August, one of the Frenchman’s requests was more influence in the club’s transfer business. The club were keen for it to be known that Lamouchi had come out of those talks with greater power and the right to refuse any player he did not want. Lyle Taylor and Luke Freeman were Lamouchi’s top targets. Marinakis was happy to back his manager, as he often does, and Vrentzos set to work to close off the deals. Others quickly followed.
Yet other stories confuse matters again.
One relates to Miguel Guerrero’s transfer. Guerrero was unwanted at Olympiacos after spending the previous seven months on loan with Leganes, one of the teams to be relegated from La Liga. When Marinakis initially suggested the player moved to Nottingham, Lamouchi was apparently not keen on the idea. When Marinakis suggested it a second time, Lamouchi politely made the same point again. Marinakis recommended Guerrero for a third occasion and Lamouchi said yes. Lamouchi had apparently taken the view that, if Marinakis was going to offer it three times, it was probably better to accept the player.
Three days into the new season, Marinakis then arranged the Zoom call in which he laid into the players for their end-of-season slump, their habit of losing to Barnsley (Forest have subsequently been beaten at Oakwell again, making it three defeats in four months) and for letting him down as the owner.
Those players had been expecting more of a good-luck message and some felt that Lamouchi was badly undermined by the club’s owner. They were unimpressed by what they heard and it was directly after that call that record-signing Joao Carvalho and Albert Adomah were called in by Vrentzos and put in the bomb squad. Carvalho had played in the previous game, as well as featuring prominently in pre-season, only to be completely removed from Lamouchi’s first-team plans.
Although Forest say it is always the manager who decides which players go into the bomb squad, some of Lamouchi’s colleagues had the clear impression the Frenchman was uneasy about this part of the club.
“There are some players, I’ve never seen them,” Lamouchi said in one interview last season. “I don’t know these players. I asked the club but these players never make one session with me.”
So, what does all this mean for Hughton?
Six weeks in, he will hope that it will be different on his watch and that what has happened in the past will not necessarily happen with him.
The encouraging part for Hughton, perhaps, is that he has taken the title of manager whereas Lamouchi was “head coach”. There is an important difference and, if Hughton is given space to do the job as he can, there is considerable evidence that it will be to the club’s benefit. That, in short, is the moral of this story. Several people who have spoken to The Athletic have said they want Forest to learn from what has happened and understand they might have to change their approach.
It is also clear that, even after two decades out of the Premier League, Forest are still an attractive proposition. The club’s information was that Sam Allardyce, Eddie Howe and Nigel Pearson were interested in the vacancy, as well as the manager of another Championship club.
The attractions are obvious when Forest have their history, their fanbase and — despite that unfortunate scene in the Cote Brasserie — a stadium ripe for development.
Forest have also made it clear they are still committed to building a new stand, 22 months since announcing their plans to take the ground’s capacity to 38,000. Originally, the stand was meant to go up at the end of last season. Yet the club never received planning permission and announced in March that it was being delayed because of COVID-19. The club say they are pressing on with the plans but, almost nine months on, a planning decision has still not been made. The council says no date has been finalised for it, despite reports recently that it might be January.
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2020.11.30 15:53 enterprisevalue Ontario November 30 update: 1746 New Cases, 1320 Recoveries, 8 Deaths, 39,406 tests (4.43% positive), Current ICUs: 168 (+12 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-30.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1746 1570 1429.3 82.9 75.4 48.5 49.6 1.2 0.8 51.8 38.4 9.8
Toronto PHU 622 491.9 423.4 126 108.5 29.5 80.6 -10.6 0.5 50.5 39.9 9.7
Peel 390 441.1 432.4 223.5 219.1 68.9 29.2 1.6 0.3 57.7 36.4 6.1
York 217 157.3 153 99.2 96.5 55.9 35.9 7.4 0.8 46.9 43.2 9.8
Durham 108 54.7 51.3 59.3 55.6 43.6 41 13.8 1.6 40.7 38.4 20.8
Waterloo Region 74 68.7 47.3 89.9 61.9 31.2 56.8 11.9 0.2 50.5 39.4 10
Hamilton 54 59.4 44.6 77.5 58.1 37.3 41.3 20.7 0.7 44.5 36.7 18.8
Windsor 38 43.6 33.4 76.5 58.7 39 32.1 23.6 5.2 52.1 35.4 12.2
Halton 35 47.9 49.4 61.1 63.1 47.8 43.9 8.1 0.3 45 43.6 11.4
Ottawa 29 39.3 36.4 29.4 27.3 68.7 53.5 -25.5 3.3 60.1 29.4 10.6
Simcoe-Muskoka 28 27.1 25.6 35.2 33.1 61.6 37.9 0.5 0 57.4 37.3 5.2
Wellington-Guelph 22 23.1 23 56.9 56.6 46.9 49.4 3.1 0.6 49.9 42.6 7.4
Niagara 22 21.4 22.6 33.5 35.3 58 38 2.7 1.3 48.7 44.7 6.7
Thunder Bay 21 9.9 11.1 45.4 51.4 21.7 11.6 66.7 0 24.6 30.4 44.9
Eastern Ontario 15 8.9 5.1 30.6 17.8 48.4 33.9 17.7 0 64.5 22.6 12.9
London 14 15.7 15.3 24.1 23.5 42.7 18.2 36.4 2.7 46.3 35.5 18.2
Brant 9 7.7 10 40 51.9 79.6 -3.7 22.2 1.9 50 37 13
Huron Perth 9 8.4 4.7 99.5 55.7 50.8 42.4 6.8 0 44 37.4 18.7
Southwestern 7 8.4 7.1 66.3 56.2 62.7 18.6 18.6 0 50.8 37.4 11.9
Haldimand-Norfolk 6 4.6 4.1 29.2 26.4 68.8 15.6 12.5 3.1 40.6 50 9.4
Grey Bruce 3 5.4 8.7 23.5 37.7 76.3 15.8 2.6 5.3 36.9 50 13.2
Northwestern 3 2.4 2.4 22.2 22.2 17.6 64.7 11.8 5.9 64.7 29.4 5.9
Kingston 3 3.7 1.9 13.4 6.7 38.5 65.4 -3.8 0 73.1 19.2 7.6
Chatham-Kent 3 2 3.3 13.7 22.5 142.9 21.4 -71.4 7.1 64.3 28.5 7.1
Lambton 3 1.4 1.9 7.9 10.3 40 60 0 0 40 40 20
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 3 1.6 0.4 6.5 1.8 45.5 54.5 -9.1 9.1 54.6 45.5 0
Rest 8 14.4 10.9 8.9 6.6 54.5 32.7 10.9 2 67.3 26.7 6
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5468 5490.9 4921.7 102.2 91.7 7.24
Ontario 1708 1547.7 1414.7 74.4 68 3.55
Alberta 1608 1367.4 1077.6 219 172.6 18.88
Quebec 1395 1285.1 1169.7 106 96.5 13.53
British Columbia 0 581.6 645 80.3 89 8.48
Manitoba 365 419.9 371 214.6 189.6 14.33
Saskatchewan 351 252.3 210.3 150.4 125.3 12.81
Nova Scotia 10 15.9 5 11.4 3.6 0.94
New Brunswick 14 9.3 9 8.4 8.1 1.12
Nunavut 13 6.7 16 121.2 288.8 10.13
Newfoundland 4 2.6 2.3 3.4 3.1 0.56
Yukon 0 1.9 1.1 31.8 19.6 1.98
Prince Edward Island 0 0.6 0 2.6 0 0.09
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-30
York 20s MALE Close contact 2020-11-14 2020-11-12 -1
Hamilton 60s MALE Community 2020-11-27 2020-11-27 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Close contact 2020-11-27 2020-11-20 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Close contact 2020-11-22 2020-11-15 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-09 2020-11-03 1
Niagara 80s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-27 2020-11-26 1
Hamilton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-27 2020-11-25 1
York 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-18 1
Ottawa 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-06 1
Huron Perth 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-07 1
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2020.11.30 15:50 enterprisevalue Ontario November 30 update: 1746 New Cases, 1320 Recoveries, 8 Deaths, 39,406 tests (4.43% positive), Current ICUs: 168 (+12 vs. last week)

Link to report: https://files.ontario.ca/moh-covid-19-report-en-2020-11-30.pdf
Detailed tables: Google Sheets mode and HTML of Sheets
Global Comparison (Last 14 days/100k / % positive (week)) - Full list on Tab 6 and 6a (USA) of my spreadsheet
Reporting_PHU Today Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Source (week %)->> Close contact Community Outbreak Travel Ages (week %)->> <40 40-69 70+
Total 1746 1570 1429.3 82.9 75.4 48.5 49.6 1.2 0.8 51.8 38.4 9.8
Toronto PHU 622 491.9 423.4 126 108.5 29.5 80.6 -10.6 0.5 50.5 39.9 9.7
Peel 390 441.1 432.4 223.5 219.1 68.9 29.2 1.6 0.3 57.7 36.4 6.1
York 217 157.3 153 99.2 96.5 55.9 35.9 7.4 0.8 46.9 43.2 9.8
Durham 108 54.7 51.3 59.3 55.6 43.6 41 13.8 1.6 40.7 38.4 20.8
Waterloo Region 74 68.7 47.3 89.9 61.9 31.2 56.8 11.9 0.2 50.5 39.4 10
Hamilton 54 59.4 44.6 77.5 58.1 37.3 41.3 20.7 0.7 44.5 36.7 18.8
Windsor 38 43.6 33.4 76.5 58.7 39 32.1 23.6 5.2 52.1 35.4 12.2
Halton 35 47.9 49.4 61.1 63.1 47.8 43.9 8.1 0.3 45 43.6 11.4
Ottawa 29 39.3 36.4 29.4 27.3 68.7 53.5 -25.5 3.3 60.1 29.4 10.6
Simcoe-Muskoka 28 27.1 25.6 35.2 33.1 61.6 37.9 0.5 0 57.4 37.3 5.2
Wellington-Guelph 22 23.1 23 56.9 56.6 46.9 49.4 3.1 0.6 49.9 42.6 7.4
Niagara 22 21.4 22.6 33.5 35.3 58 38 2.7 1.3 48.7 44.7 6.7
Thunder Bay 21 9.9 11.1 45.4 51.4 21.7 11.6 66.7 0 24.6 30.4 44.9
Eastern Ontario 15 8.9 5.1 30.6 17.8 48.4 33.9 17.7 0 64.5 22.6 12.9
London 14 15.7 15.3 24.1 23.5 42.7 18.2 36.4 2.7 46.3 35.5 18.2
Brant 9 7.7 10 40 51.9 79.6 -3.7 22.2 1.9 50 37 13
Huron Perth 9 8.4 4.7 99.5 55.7 50.8 42.4 6.8 0 44 37.4 18.7
Southwestern 7 8.4 7.1 66.3 56.2 62.7 18.6 18.6 0 50.8 37.4 11.9
Haldimand-Norfolk 6 4.6 4.1 29.2 26.4 68.8 15.6 12.5 3.1 40.6 50 9.4
Grey Bruce 3 5.4 8.7 23.5 37.7 76.3 15.8 2.6 5.3 36.9 50 13.2
Northwestern 3 2.4 2.4 22.2 22.2 17.6 64.7 11.8 5.9 64.7 29.4 5.9
Kingston 3 3.7 1.9 13.4 6.7 38.5 65.4 -3.8 0 73.1 19.2 7.6
Chatham-Kent 3 2 3.3 13.7 22.5 142.9 21.4 -71.4 7.1 64.3 28.5 7.1
Lambton 3 1.4 1.9 7.9 10.3 40 60 0 0 40 40 20
Leeds, Greenville, Lanark 3 1.6 0.4 6.5 1.8 45.5 54.5 -9.1 9.1 54.6 45.5 0
Rest 8 14.4 10.9 8.9 6.6 54.5 32.7 10.9 2 67.3 26.7 6
Canada comparison:
Province Yesterday Averages->> Last 7 Prev 7 Per 100k->> Last 7/100k Prev 7/100k Positive % - last 7
Canada 5468 5490.9 4921.7 102.2 91.7 7.24
Ontario 1708 1547.7 1414.7 74.4 68 3.55
Alberta 1608 1367.4 1077.6 219 172.6 18.88
Quebec 1395 1285.1 1169.7 106 96.5 13.53
British Columbia 0 581.6 645 80.3 89 8.48
Manitoba 365 419.9 371 214.6 189.6 14.33
Saskatchewan 351 252.3 210.3 150.4 125.3 12.81
Nova Scotia 10 15.9 5 11.4 3.6 0.94
New Brunswick 14 9.3 9 8.4 8.1 1.12
Nunavut 13 6.7 16 121.2 288.8 10.13
Newfoundland 4 2.6 2.3 3.4 3.1 0.56
Yukon 0 1.9 1.1 31.8 19.6 1.98
Prince Edward Island 0 0.6 0 2.6 0 0.09
Northwest Territories 0 0 0 0 0 0
Today's deaths:
Reporting_PHU Age_Group Client_Gender Case_AcquisitionInfo Case_Reported_Date Episode_Date 2020-11-30
York 20s MALE Close contact 2020-11-14 2020-11-12 -1
Hamilton 60s MALE Community 2020-11-27 2020-11-27 1
Toronto PHU 60s MALE Close contact 2020-11-27 2020-11-20 1
Toronto PHU 70s MALE Close contact 2020-11-22 2020-11-15 1
Hamilton 70s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-09 2020-11-03 1
Niagara 80s FEMALE Close contact 2020-11-27 2020-11-26 1
Hamilton 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-27 2020-11-25 1
York 80s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-21 2020-11-18 1
Ottawa 80s MALE Outbreak 2020-11-07 2020-11-06 1
Huron Perth 90s FEMALE Outbreak 2020-11-09 2020-11-07 1
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2020.11.30 10:58 tkaczyk1991 COVID relationship advice please!

Hey everyone. In summer 2019 I [m29] moved back to my home town from london to live at my parents house, to save up money to buy some property with.
On Jan 31st 2020 I started dating an older woman [f31]... she moved house to a house share at the start of March. In mid-late March my parents went away to do some maintenance on a holiday house in Scotland, and the girl I was dating asked if she could stay with me for a bit while my parents were away (she didn’t know her new housemates at all, and they were hosting a lot of parties, so got the impression she didn’t like them too much). I said yea that’s fine. One of my brothers came back up from london because COVID was heating up a lot and he didn’t want to be locked down on his own down there. 2 days later the UK went into full lockdown.... by this point we had been dating for just under 2 months.
So my girlfriend, brother and myself became housemates in my childhood home. 3 months later, my parents got the news they could leave Scotland due to relaxed travel restrictions, and came home.
Shortly after this, my sister came back to live at the family home... and shortly after that, my other brother also came down from Leeds to do the same.
The tenancy on the place she moved into in March, ended at the start of September.
We are now approaching December, and I’ve noticed the relationship is drying up a bit. We are constantly in each other’s space (sitting in the bedroom). We haven’t had sex for about 1.5 months now, and we spend most nights looking at our phones. I don’t know weather this is because of the fact we are living in the bedroom I grew up in as a child, or with my family of 6, or the fact that all the shops, bars, restaurants are closed so we can’t go out on “dates” (albeit very late in the relationship).
To put some things into perspective: my grandfather and his wife had just died within the last 2 months. I enjoy playing games on my PC (which she hates), I like to see my friends who drive very fast cars (which she hates), and I enjoy drinking (which she strongly dislikes). I am a very social person who enjoys pubs and drinking with friends... and none of that has happened much at all.
She found evidence of me masturbating yesterday and she said she does the same maybe 3 times per day...
We seem to entertain ourselves with getting take aways, and eating junk... so have put on quite a lot of weight and generally feel very unfit lately. Ive asked her if we could start jogging together, which she doesn’t want to do.
Considering we’ve spent about 10 months together, and 8 of those months locked down in my parents house... is any of what I’ve said surprising? Should I be worried? She says she thinks she’s loosing a bit of me every day now, until it’s over. I don’t want the relationship to end because it never really started... I just feel like we “skipped go” and in doing so missed out on all the fun, new, exciting aspects of a fresh relationship. In doing so, we ended up “going straight to jail” with a feeling of having lived together for 3-4 years.
I’m very private and strongly dislike my family being involved in any part of my personal relationships, let alone seeing my entire relationship happening before their eyes.
I think some space might be a good idea, but at the same time... I feel maybe it’s gone past that?... she feels like we are more of a friendship now, than in a relationship. We sleep together, kiss and hold hands but don’t have sex.
I just don’t know what to do!!! The relationship never really started, and here are are, approaching our first anniversary.
Would love to hear anyone’s thoughts please!!
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2020.11.29 23:40 quatrotires What To Watch This Week (30-6 December)

These posts are as much for me as they are for you. So please feel free to reply with your suggestions for what to watch, and make a case for any game to be considered 'must watch', in which case I will bold it. The time zone used to sort games was LIS (Lisbon) time zone, so no, the game is not on a wrong date.
Monday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
17:30 / 12:30 Leicester City vs Fulham Premier League
17:30 / 12:30 Torino vs Sampdoria Serie A
19:00 / 14:00 Marítimo vs SL Benfica Primeira Liga
19:45 / 14:45 Genoa vs Parma Serie A
20:00 / 15:00 West Ham United vs Aston Villa Premier League
20:00 / 15:00 Real Betis vs SD Eibar La Liga
Tuesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
17:55 / 12:55 Lokomotiv Moskva vs RB Salzburg Champions League Group A
17:55 / 12:55 Shakhtar Donetsk vs Real Madrid Champions League Group B
20:00 / 15:00 Atalanta vs FC Midtjylland Champions League Group D
20:00 / 15:00 Atlético Madrid vs Bayern München Champions League Group A
20:00 / 15:00 Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Internazionale Champions League Group B
20:00 / 15:00 FC Porto vs Manchester City Champions League Group C
20:00 / 15:00 Liverpool vs Ajax Champions League Group D
20:00 / 15:00 Olympique de Marseille vs Olympiacos Champions League Group C
22:15 / 17:15 River Plate (1) vs (1) Atlético Paranaense Copa Libertadores Round of 16
22:15 / 17:15 Santos (2) vs (1) LDU Quito Copa Libertadores Round of 16
Wednesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:30 / 19:30 Flamengo vs Racing Copa Libertadores Round of 16
17:55 / 12:55 İstanbul Başakşehir vs RB Leipzig Champions League Group H
17:55 / 12:55 Krasnodar vs Stade Rennais Champions League Group E
18:00 / 13:00 Leganés vs Rayo Vallecano Segunda División
20:00 / 15:00 Club Brugge vs Zenit Champions League Group F
20:00 / 15:00 Borussia Dortmund vs Lazio Champions League Group F
20:00 / 15:00 Ferencváros vs Barcelona Champions League Group G
20:00 / 15:00 Juventus vs Dynamo Kyiv Champions League Group G
20:00 / 15:00 Manchester United vs Paris Saint-Germain Champions League Group H
20:00 / 15:00 Sevilla vs Chelsea Champions League Group E
Thursday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:30 / 19:30 Internacional vs Boca Juniors Copa Libertadores Round of 16
17:55 / 12:55 AC Milan vs Celtic Europa League Group H
17:55 / 12:55 AEK Athens vs SC Braga Europa League Group G
17:55 / 12:55 Feyenoord vs Dinamo Zagreb Europa League Group K
17:55 / 12:55 LASK Linz vs Tottenham Hotspur Europa League Group J
17:55 / 12:55 Lille OSC vs Sparta Praha Europa League Group H
17:55 / 12:55 Sivasspor vs Villarreal Europa League Group I
20:00 / 15:00 AZ Alkmaar vs Napoli Europa League Group F
20:00 / 15:00 SL Benfica vs Lech Poznań Europa League Group D
20:00 / 15:00 Granada vs PSV Eindhoven Europa League Group E
20:00 / 15:00 OGC Nice vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen Europa League Group C
20:00 / 15:00 Rangers vs Standard Liège Europa League Group D
20:00 / 15:00 Slavia Praha vs Hapoel Be'er Sheva Europa League Group C
Friday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:30 / 19:30 Grêmio (2) vs (0) Guarani Copa Libertadores Round of 16
0:30 / 19:30 Vasco da Gama (1) vs (1) Defensa y Justicia Copa Sudamericana Round of 16
19:30 / 14:30 Hertha Berlin vs 1. FC Union Berlin Bundesliga
20:00 / 15:00 Aston Villa vs Newcastle United Premier League
20:00 / 15:00 Ath. Bilbao vs Celta Vigo La Liga
Saturday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
12:00 / 7:00 Hamburger SV vs Hannover 96 2. Bundesliga
13:00 / 8:00 Frosinone vs ChievoVerona Serie B
14:30 / 9:30 Eintracht Frankfurt vs Borussia Dortmund Bundesliga
14:30 / 9:30 1. FC Köln vs VfL Wolfsburg Bundesliga
15:15 / 10:15 Sevilla vs Real Madrid La Liga
17:00 / 12:00 Juventus vs Torino Serie A
17:30 / 12:30 West Ham United vs Manchester United Premier League
17:30 / 12:30 Bayern München vs RB Leipzig Bundesliga
19:00 / 14:00 Ajax vs FC Twente Eredivisie
19:00 / 14:00 Legia Warszawa vs Lechia Gdańsk Ekstraklasa
20:00 / 15:00 Chelsea vs Leeds United Premier League
20:00 / 15:00 Montpellier vs Paris Saint-Germain Ligue 1
20:00 / 15:00 Cádiz CF vs Barcelona La Liga
Sunday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
12:00 / 7:00 Lille OSC vs Monaco Ligue 1
14:00 / 9:00 AS Roma vs US Sassuolo Serie A
15:45 / 10:45 SC Heerenveen vs PSV Eindhoven Eredivisie
16:30 / 11:30 Tottenham Hotspur vs Arsenal Premier League
19:00 / 14:00 Santos vs Palmeiras Brasileirão
19:15 / 14:15 Liverpool vs Wolves Premier League
19:45 / 14:45 Sampdoria vs AC Milan Serie A
20:00 / 15:00 Metz vs Olympique Lyonnais Ligue 1
20:00 / 15:00 Deportivo Alavés vs Real Sociedad La Liga
21:15 / 16:15 Atlético Mineiro vs Internacional Brasileirão
WhatToWatchThisWeek
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2020.11.29 18:25 Elli_Khoraz Paid, Long-term Interview Study of the COVID Impact on University Student Mental Health and Resilience

Hi everyone, I hope it's okay to ask here on reddit - I'm struggling to find participants with lockdown restrictions so every little helps. Please feel free to share if you know any student groups or people who might be interested!
My name is Charlotte, a PhD student of psychology from the University of Leeds and I am recruiting students to take part in a paid interview/diary study on the impact of the CV-19 pandemic on current first-year university student well-being.
This study seeks first-year university students who have experienced lower mood and mental wellbeing during the pandemic, and who are in receipt of the full student maintenance loan. This is to ensure underrepresented groups are the focus of this work, namely those already struggling with their mental health, and those who are dependant on financial support.
This is a long-term project with three interviews over one academic year (December 2020 – July 2021) with short diary prompts and a survey between these. Interviews will be around 60 minutes long and will be online, either via video call or text-based chat.
You'll be paid for your time, since I know it is a commitment. (£25 Amazon voucher after the December interview, and £30 Amazon after the July interview).
All data will be securely stored on a university computer, password-protected for privacy. You can also withdraw from the study at any point without giving a reason; likewise you can request that your data be removed up to 2 weeks after the interview date, afterwhich analysis will have begun.
Please get in touch if you’re interested in participating via my email at [email protected] or by DMs here and I can give more information.
Thank you very much!
This study is approved by the University of Leeds Faculty of Medicine and Health Research Ethics Committee.
Ethics reference: PSYC 121 Date of approval: 11/11/2020
Title: How has the global pandemic affected vulnerable students’ resilience and well-being? A longitudinal qualitative study of university students in the UK
Researcher: Charlotte Horner, ([email protected])
Supervisors: Dr Siobhan Hugh-Jones ([email protected]) and Ed Sutherland ([email protected])
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