Well, things look better than I had expected. Maybe. Still not good, but maybe we’re plateauing? Going down? Positivity is still going up, but multiple other metrics are looking good.
This week’s BC CDC weekly report (with data through 23 July) said that in the week ending on 23 July there were: +921 cases, +222 hospital admissions, +39 ICU admissions, +29 all-cause deaths.
This week’s report said that the previous week (data through 16 July) there were: +1,043 cases, +293 hospital admissions, +36 ICU admissions, +39 all-cause deaths.
Last week’s BC CDC weekly report (with data through 16 July) said that in the week ending on 16 July there were: +1044 cases, +246 hospital admissions, +21 all-cause deaths.
The BC CDC dashboard says that there are 401 in hospital / 35 in ICU as of 28 July 2022.
From the BC CDC situation report:
Positivity is still going up.
Percent vaccinated by age over time from the federal vaccination page:
We still have hospitalizations (black line/dots) around the same level as during Delta, but about a third as many in ICU. (I don’t have a graph of that, sorry.)