This article (referring to this preprint) says that 70-80% of Lower Mainland kids, 60-70% of adults 20-59, and 40% of the over-60s have had COVID-19 infections. The report also mentioned that the province under-reported case counts by 92x (which is very very close to what the BC COVID-19 Modelling group estimated in its last report).
This article says that Dr. Henry says not to blame schools, as there are similar rates in jurisdictions (I’m looking at you, United States!) which closed schools for longer.
According to the BC CDC dashboard, 109,200 bivalent Moderna vaccines have landed in the province and 2754 have already landed in arms.
This article says that the BC Supreme Court has thrown out four cases which tried to say that mitigation measures were Charter violations.
This week’s BC CDC weekly report said that in the week ending on 10 September August there were: +574 cases, +142 hospital admissions, +31 ICU admissions, +16 all-cause deaths.
This week’s report said that the previous week (data through 3 September) there were: +617 cases, +180 hospital admissions, +26 ICU admissions, +36 all-cause deaths.
Last week’s BC CDC weekly report said that in the week ending on 3 September August there were: +617 cases, +147 hospital admissions, +25 ICU admissions, +22 all-cause deaths.
Last week’s report said that the previous week (data through 27 August) there were: +651 cases, +198 hospital admissions, +27 ICU admissions, +43 all-cause deaths.
The BC CDC dashboard says that there are 314 in hospital / 23 in ICU as of 15 September 2022.
No surprises this week from the BC CDC Variants of Concern report: