Ratio of deaths (“7-Day Moving Average of Number of Deaths, per 100k Population, by Vaccination Status”) : Fully vax with booster to non-fully vax – 0.41 : 0.04
4,085,464 fully vax with booster (23 May) x 0.01 fully vax with booster per 100,000 (28 May) = 0.41 : 132,000 non-fully vax age 18 & above (10 Jan) x 0.03 per 100,000) = 0.04
930,007 fully vax without booster (5,015,471 fully vax 23 May) x 0.05 fully vax without booster per 100,000 (28 May) = 0.47
96% of eligible population fully vaccinated
92% of total population fully vaccinated
76% of total population Received booster shots
Even if the chance is the same for the fully vax versus the non-fully vax – the percentage of the non-fully vax should logically be about 8% (since 92% are fully vaccinated) – ratio of 92 : 8, not 0.47: 0.04?
Statistics on the breakdown of the daily deaths into fully vaccinated, partially vaccinated and unvaccinated started to disappear in the last week of October
Why did we stop giving the breakdown of the vax, partially vax and unvax for deaths?
In this connection, perhaps we should heed the MOH’s statement “We wish to remind members of public that transparency and accuracy of information undergirds public confidence in a pandemic crisis”?