Seroprevalence studies

Latest Canadian Blood Services data show improvements in vaccine uptake and equity in vaccine coverage

The month of June saw many Canadians rolling up their sleeves for a COVID-19 vaccine. The latest results from the Canadian Blood Services’ serosurvey reflect this, with vaccine-induced seroprevalence soaring to 86% across Canada (excluding the Territories and Quebec), up from 60% the month prior. Most importantly, the gap in vaccine coverage among socioeconomic [...]

2021-09-07T16:28:32-04:00September 7, 2021|Seroprevalence studies|

Interim results unveil Vancouver public school staff are not at higher risk of COVID-19 infection with mitigation measures that are in place

Drs. Pascal Lavoie and Louise C. Mâsse and their team at the University of British Columbia have released interim results, soon to be submitted for peer-review, suggesting that school staff are not at increased risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection at school, compared to in the community.

2022-05-03T11:33:49-04:00June 22, 2021|Seroprevalence studies|
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