This article says that a BC pharmacist got busted falsifying his own vax records, and has been punished (slightly).
This article says that the province is putting $479M into Translink to avoid a “death spiral” (where increasing fares and declining service lead to declining ridership, which leads to increasing fares and declining service, which… you get the idea).
As of today, the BC CDC weekly report said that in the week ending on 18 March there were: +405 reported cases, +105 hospital admissions, +21 ICU admissions, +20 thirty-day all-cause deaths*.
As of today, the weekly report said that the previous week (data through March 11) there were: +374 reported cases, +141 hospital admissions, +33 ICU admissions, +26 all-cause deaths*.
Last week, the BC CDC weekly report said that in the week ending on 11 March there were: +374 reported cases, +102 hospital admissions, +31 ICU admissions, +18 thirty-day all-cause deaths*.
Last week, the weekly report said that the previous week (data through March 4) there were: +347 reported cases, +108 hospital admissions, +18 ICU admissions, +28 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 250 in hospital / 14 in ICU as of 23 Mar 2023.
From the BC CDC Situation Report page as of 23 March (with data through 11 March):
From the BC CDC VoC report as of 23 March(with data through 4 March):
From the BC CDC Vaccination Coverage report as of 19 Mar (with data through 12 March):
NOTE! The BC CDC wastewater page changed its sampling method at the end of February, and says that we “shouldn’t compare”use caution” comparing post-Feb to pre-March. Sigh.
From the BC CDC wastewater page as of 23 March, covering data through 18 March extracted 20 March: