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Vaccine statistics Ontario: Jabbed vs unjabbed in hospitals/ICUs, % Breakthrough Cases

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About this data

For COVID-19 cases by vaccination status, vaccination status is limited to Health Canada approved vaccines. Rate per 100,000 (7-day average) is the average rate of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 for each vaccination status for the previous 7 days as noted. 

Rate of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 is calculated by dividing the number of cases for a vaccination status, by the total number of people with the same vaccination status, and then multiplying by 100,000. The rate for Unknown vaccination status cannot be calculated.

Due to technical difficulties, the case rate by vaccination status by age group is not available

About this data

This is a new data collection and the data quality will continue to improve as hospitals continue to submit data.

Data on patients in the ICU is collected from two data sources that have different extraction times and public reporting cycles. This may cause discrepancies with other hospitalization numbers that are collected using a different process.

Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 Following Vaccination in Ontario Year 2021

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Sources:
https://covid-19.ontario.ca/data
https://www.publichealthontario.ca/-/media/documents/ncov/epi/covid-19-epi-confirmed-cases-post-vaccination.pdf?la=en

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