2021-06-08 BC

Testing

SFU is doing a pilot rapid-testing program.

Public Health Administration

This article says that the chief medical health officer of Interior Health has been arrested on sexual assault charges.

Mitigation Measures

Richard Zussman (who is reliable) tweets that there have been 191 tickets for failing to comply with provincial health orders on COVID, totalling $404,829.


The Public Health Order banning overnight camping for kids has been revoked.


This article argues that if we have any sort of staged reopening of the border, Point Roberts should be first. (It seems to me that Hyder, Alaska ought to be either first or at the same time as Point Roberts, but nobody asked me.)

Statistics

Today: +165 cases, +0 deaths (yay!), +18,283 first doses, +31,262 second doses (of which 3727 were AZ).

Currently 203 in hospital / 57 in ICU, 2,051 active cases, 141,879 recovered.

74.2% of all adults in B.C. and 71.9% of those 12 and older have now received their first dose.

We have 470,050 doses in fridges; we’ll use it in 8.6 days at last week’s rate. We’ve given more doses than we’d received by 8 days ago.

We have 349,512 mRNA doses in fridges; we’ll use it in 6.4 days at last week’s rate. We’ve given more doses than we’d received by 7 days ago.

We gave 3727 doses of AZ, which presumably are entirely second doses.

Charts

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