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“Current data to date shows most people have good immunity that is sustained for at least six months after receiving their second dose, however it is not yet clear how long immunity lasts nor known whether and when additional shots are required to sustain immunity for Canadians.”
Right on Schedule? B.C. reports 1,853 new cases, 7 deaths. As B.C premier declared no exemption for any of the covid vaxs the cases of covid had started to rise with seven deaths.
originally posted by: alphacenturi
a reply to: vonclod
I understand now, but in all fairness to the OP, the headlines on all the news state 1800 new cases. without adding that its for 3 days in the large print so to speak.
So basically their case count did not triple like the news media are implying.
B.C.’S COVID-19 CASE NUMBERS
As of the latest figures given on Aug. 30
• Total number of confirmed cases: 165,413 (5,918 active cases)
• New cases since Aug. 26: 1,853
• Total deaths: 1,814 (seven additional deaths)
• Hospitalized cases: 176 (up 17 since Friday)
• Intensive care: 91 (up seven since Friday)
• Total vaccinations: 3,904,121 received first dose; 3,541,731 second doses
• Recovered from acute infection: 157,419
• Long-term care and assisted-living homes, and acute care facilities currently affected: 18
originally posted by: igloo
There are simply no words to describe this strangeness.
I found these two pages last night and it shows a growing opposition. The first, on fb, is for "BC Business against Health Pass which is pretty interesting with 99k people and businesses claiming they will serve anyone regardless of status, the second is a change.org petition that people were adding to all last night. I doubt these will do much but are great in terms of showing people they are not alone in their stance to be unvaxxed.
BC Business against Health Pass
Abolish Passport Program British Columbia