As of today, the BC CDC weekly report said that in the week ending on 4 March there were: +347 reported cases, +79 hospital admissions, +17 ICU admissions, +19 thirty-day all-cause deaths*.
As of today, the weekly report said that the previous week (data through 25 Feb) there were: +404 reported cases, +123 hospital admissions, +24 ICU admissions, +20 all-cause deaths*.
Last week, the BC CDC weekly report said that in the week ending on 25 Feb there were: +405 reported cases, +93 hospital admissions, +22 ICU admissions, +11 thirty-day all-cause deaths*.
Last week, the weekly report said that the previous week (data through 18 Feb) there were: +356 reported cases, +131 hospital admissions, +29 ICU admissions, +33 all-cause deaths*.
*All-cause deaths in people who had a positive COVID-19 test in the prior 30 days, that is.
The BC CDC weekly report says that there are 205 in hospital / 18 in ICU as of 9 Mar 2023.
From the BC CDC Situation Report page as of 9 March (with data through 6 March):
From the BC CDC VoC report of 8 March (with data through 19 Feb) :
XBB.1.5 is not really taking over!
From the BC CDC Vaccination Coverage report as of 9 Mar (with data through 5 March):
Wastewater levels per capita from the Province’s wastewater page as of 9 Mar with data through 4 March:
ALL the wastewater plants have spiked! This does not bode well. I’m puzzled as to why we haven’t seen a spike in cases or hospitalizations, though.