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Severe outcomes and cases from COVID-19 decreasing with low “vaccination” rate – BCCDC report

On Thursday the BCCDC released its newest “COVID-19 Situation Report” in which it highlights the number of Covid-19 cases and sever outcomes continue to decrease month over month since November 2023.

“COVID-19 test positivity, hospital admissions, and deaths have decreased since early November.” States the report.

BC CDC highlighted that its Covid-19 surveillance system doesn’t capture all Covid positive cases because it changed the way it tests and is more focused on getting individuals tested that are at higher risk of severe illness when exhibiting symptoms.

With a higher suspected case count. The logic of math tells us the rate of hospitalization after infection is lower than what is being reported.

It also recognized the same is true across the country in other provinces and territories.

Not only did the cases drop off a cliff. The severe outcomes from Covid-19 have also decreased.

As of April 2, 2022 – Present the BC CDC defines a Covid death statistic as “A death (related or not related to COVID-19) that has a positive lab-confirmed COVID-19 test within 30 days of date of death”

The daily deaths reported are over estimated in and the data takes 8 weeks to be corrected after determining the real primary cause of death.

“Deaths reported are an overestimate of COVID-attributable deaths since the registration of a death is recorded before the underlying cause of death (COVID-19 or non-COVID-19-related) is determined.”

The report also says 59% of the deaths initially reported as a Covid-19 death “did not have COVID-19 as the underlying cause of death (UCD)”.

According to the statistics provided by the BCCDC from August 27, 2023 to present, people under the age of 60 infected with COVID-19 appear to have a low risk of severe outcomes such as hospitalization, critical care and deaths.

BC launched its 2023 fall Covid shot campaign in September and appears to have peaked around 25% of the population that got the jab. The majority of the people getting the jab are old people, according to the BCCDC.

British Columbias Public Health Official Dr. Bonney Henry, the Minister of Health Adrian Dix and the BC NDP continue to impose covid-19 vaccine mandates on the healthcare industry without providing any rationale. The mandate includes all workers in healthcare settings such healthcare professions, cleaners and security.

British Columbia is the only jurisdiction in Canada to still have Covid vaccine mandates.

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Jordan is a casual reporter for BC Rise


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