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MEDIA (TRADITIONAL) | Television
shawmedia.ca

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Acquired - II | Acquired

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$0000 

About Shaw Media

Shaw Media operates Global Television and 19 of Canada's most popular specialty channels, and their online companions, including Food Network Canada, HGTV Canada, HISTORY, Slice, National Geographic Channel and Showcase. The company also offers viewers strong local and national news programming from coast to coast. Beyond the traditional airwaves, Shaw Media is continually working to deliver new, creative and innovative ways for their audiences to connect with their brands across multiple platforms and reach consumers wherever they are.

Shaw Media Headquarter Location

121 Bloor Street East

Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3M5,

Canada

877-345-9195

Latest Shaw Media News

IDPH announced 634 new cases of COVID-19, 45 deaths on Saturday | Instant News

Jun 20, 2020

June 20, 2020 As a public service, Shaw Media will provide open access to information related to COVID-19 emergencies (Coronavirus). Register for the bulletin here Illinois announced 45 additional deaths from COVID-19 and 634 confirmed cases of the new corona virus on Saturday. The Illinois Department of Public Health said that 2.4% of the 25,965 total tests in the previous 24 hours returned positive. The state’s seven-day rolling positive rate is 3%. Illinois has now seen 136,104 total cases of the virus and 6,625 people have died. A total of 1,336,968 people have been tested. As of Friday night, Illinois had 1,696 COVID-19 patients in the hospital. Of those, 454 were in the ICU and 274 were on ventilators. These three numbers are the lowest since IDPH began to make these metrics publicized. The state has 14,154 open hospital beds. On Saturday, Chicago had seen 50,425 confirmed COVID-19 cases, while the rest of Cook County had seen 36,460. Lake County has seen 9,279 confirmed cases, DuPage 8,646, Kane 7,331, Will 6,317, McHenry 1,898, Kendall 905, DeKalb 517, Ogle 234, La Salle 188, Whiteside 171, Grundy 141, Lee 94, Bureau 24 and Carroll 18. Regional update: On Saturday, the Northeast region (Cook, DuPage, Grundy, Kane, Kankakee, Kendall, McHenry, Lake and Will County) reported an average positivity rate of 5%. The area reported an average of 34% of medical / surgical beds available, 43% of ICU beds available and 73% of ventilators available. The North Central Region (Bureau, DeKalb, La Salle, Lee, Ogle, Whiteside, Carroll, Boone, Winnebago, Stephenson, Putnam and Jo Daviess countries) reported a positive rolling average of 3%. On average, this region has enough medical / surgical beds to accommodate a 48% surge in COVID-19 cases. The region reports that 55% of ICU beds are available and 75% of ventilators are available. The Central Region reports an average positivity of 1%. On average, there are 43% availability of medical / surgical beds, 54% ICU beds and 81% of ventilators. The South has an average positivity rate of 3%. On average, there is a 45% availability of medical / surgical beds, 52% ICU beds and 76% of ventilators. Threshold for moving to Phase 4: To move to Phase 4 of the Illinois Restore plan, each state health area must ensure that testing is available in the region regardless of symptoms or risk factors. Tests also need to be available to residents and staff of residential facilities, as planned. A system for contact tracing and monitoring of COVID-19 contacts must be in place and be able to respond 24 hours after diagnosis. In addition to these requirements, each region must report an average positivity rate of 20% or lower, increasing by no more than 10 percentage points over a 14 day period. Districts must also report no overall increase in hospital admissions for COVID-19 for 28 days, which means hospitalization must decrease or remain stable. Finally, each area must prove the surge capacity is available at least 14% of ICU beds, medical / surgical beds and ventilators. Contact tracking and monitoring within 24 hours of diagnosis for more than 90% of cases in the region must be fulfilled to progress to Phase 4. Newly reported deaths include: – Boone County – 1 90s woman – Cook County – 1 man in his 40s, 2 women in their 50s, 3 men in their 50s, 2 women in their 60s, 3 men in their 60s, 3 men in their 70s, 4 women in their 80s, 2 men in their 80s ‘s, 5 women in their 90s, 3 men in their 90s – DuPage County – 1 60 men, 2 women 80s – Kane Regency – 1 woman in their 40s, 1 woman in their 70s, 1 in their 80s, 1 in their 90s – Lake County – 1 woman in her 50s, 1 man in her 60s, 1 man in her 90s – McHenry County – 1 man in his 60s, 1 woman in his 80s – Peoria County – 1 80s woman – St. Clair County – 1 man in his 80s, 1 woman in his 90s – Will County – 1 70s man . TAGS

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