The province will be requiring vaccination by 13 September to enter a number of different types of establishments. These include
- indoor ticketed sporting events,
- indoor and patio dining in restaurants,
- fitness centres,
- casinos, and
- indoor organized events (e.g. conferences and weddings).
UBC will be requiring proof of vaccination to live in the residence halls (starting 7 September).
Kids under 12 are exempted. The province says they are going to provide a secure weblink that you can store on your phone something something mumble mumble.
BC monitors wastewater for COVID-19. These are the graphs for the treatment plants which Vancouver and Surrey, respectively, feed into:
Fri/Sat: +724 cases
Sat/Sun: +545 cases
Sun/Mon: +442 cases
+16 deaths over the weekend, average of +3,210 first doses, +10,358 second doses.
Currently 133 in hospital / 80 in ICU, 5,056 active cases, 153,627 recovered.
|first doses||second doses|
|of all BCers||75.7%||68.1%|
We have 441,402 doses in fridges; we’ll use it up in 28.7 days at last week’s rate. We’ve given more doses than we’d received by 27 days ago.
We have 397,926 mRNA doses in fridges; we’ll use it up in 26.3 days at last week’s rate. We’ve given more mRNA doses than we’d received by 20 days ago.
96.0% of the people who had gotten a first dose by 7 weeks ago have gotten a second dose.
92.9% of the people who had gotten a first dose by 4 weeks ago have gotten a second dose.
90.0% of the people who have every gotten a first dose have gotten a second dose.
From this tweet: