This tweet has this graph which references StatCan and says that the seroprevalence of COVID-19 in BC after the second wave was about 1.6 (with a possible range of 0.5% to 2.9%, eyeballing):
This is very different from the 5 to 6% which this survey (that I reported on yesterday) found. I don’t know which has the better methodology, though I would like to trust Statistics Canada.
However, 1.6% of BC’s population is 81,600, which is so close to the official case count of 80,672 on 1 March 2020 that I can’t really believe it. 2.9% of BC’s population is 147,900, and that seems more believable.
Today: +46 cases, +0 deaths, +5,467 first doses, +46,145 second doses (with 491 AZ doses).
Currently 87 in hospital / 22 in ICU, 602 active cases, 45,420 recovered.
|first doses||second doses|
|of adults||not reported||not reported|
|of all BCers||71.1%||33.6%|
We have 1,115,714 doses in fridges; we’ll use it up in 19.6 days. We’ve given more doses than we’d received by 13 days ago.
We have 1,048,591 mRNA doses in fridges; we’ll use it up in 18.4 days. We’ve given more mRNA doses than we’d received by 13 days ago.
We have 67,123 AZ doses in fridges; we’ll use it up in 112.8 days.
We have 393,865 people who got a first dose by eight weeks ago and have not yet gotten their second dose.