12-15 are not counted towards the 70/70 or 80/80 lockdown relaxation settings.NSW and VIC are almost double the other states. I suspect because they were desperate to get out of lockdown.
Except for SA now where it's the criteria for restriction removal.12-15 are not counted towards the 70/70 or 80/80 lockdown relaxation settings.
If anything 12-15 olds being opened up slowed down the 70/70 and 80/80 targets being reached.
However the more of the population vaccinated the better things will be for all.
They are not. VIC is 78.53% and NSW 78.27%. The day before VIC was at 77.8% and NSW was at 77.97%. So based on that one day change (I think the trend has been going longer than that as I recall NSW was way in front) VIC is now giving first doses to 12-15 year-olds at a faster rate than NSW and if that trend continues VIC will reach 80% first dose for 12-15 before NSW. However NSW is ahead on second doses with 53.03% to VIC 41.41%.NSW aren’t there?
SV and PZ have been compared, and it appears SV is coming out ahead.Pfizer now approved as a booster for all aged over 18 starting at 6 months.
Well while Vic is going to the 80/80 settings at 6PM Friday regardless, they as of yesterday still required 222,780 second doses over Tuesday (today) till 6pm Friday to actually meet the target.
61,248 second doses happened yesterday. So if that pace was maintained over T-F that would be 244,992 doses and so it would reach the 80% second dose target during Friday. That is the state average, which is what the settings are based on. Greater Melbourne would be less.
VIC should reach 80% first dose for 12-15 when Thursday's numbers are released on Friday.
Every age group 16+ in VIC is now past 80% first dose.