Daily Quote: November 30, 2020

The subject matter is so much more important than the photographer.

~Gordon Parks (American – Photographer / November 30, 1912 – March 7, 2006)

Holidays and Celebrations:


*Tonight is the Full Beaver Moon, but with a snow storm threatening I decided to go an isolated dead end road to try to get some Full Moon pictures last night at moonrise. Unfortunately the clouds got in the way and the moon wasn’t fully visible until darkness had descended.

*The last day of November 2020. A vaccine is on the horizon while numbers for COVID-19 increase rapidly. Because Canada doesn’t make it’s own vaccine, it is predicted that 50% will be vaccinated by September 2021. So keep up the social distancing, wear a mask and stay home if you have even mild symptoms.

*USA remains #1 for number of cases as emergency rooms are now at or exceeding capacity. The Canada/US border remains closed for all none essential travel. Even though COVID insurance can now be purchased the Canadian government is still recommending that people stay home.

Cases

LocationTotal casesNew cases (1 day*)New cases (last 60 days)Cases per 1 million peopleDeaths
Worldwide62,787,929No data60-day trend chart8,0751,460,179
United States13,447,345136,31360-day trend chart40,804266,758
Source: Wikipedia

Cases

LocationTotal casesNew cases (1 day*)New cases (last 60 days)Cases per 1 million peopleDeaths
Worldwide62,787,929No data60-day trend chart8,0751,460,179
Canada370,2785,46860-day trend chart9,75012,032
Quebec141,0381,39560-day trend chart17,1697,033
Ontario118,1501,63360-day trend chart8,6883,661
Source: Wikipedia

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