In this look you also will see the beginnings of the effect of vaccination from a per capita perspective, and again you see the effect on older groups. Remember that full effect of vaccination takes some weeks and that vaccination rates are fighting against favorable seasonality for transmission and greatly increased activity and interaction of people. As vaccinations rise in the elderly you do see the effect on hospitalizations and to some extent cases. On the deaths animation you will again note the impact of the state’s bad reporting and data dumps.
The Effect of Vaccinations in Minnesota, Part 2, Per Capita Rates
By Kevin RocheApril 5, 2021Commentary
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