Sgt. Maj. Buzzkill
- Feb 1, 2008
- Kiel/Wherever, Germany
- '19 BMW M240i
Well, finding good reasons for data behaviour is hard, but "running out of vaccinees" likely isn't it because that would cause the stockpile to grow... but, the stockpile isn't growing.What I wonder is why both lines tick downwards slightly last week. Combined with anecdotal evidence of several people getting appointments for the next day in my wider social circle, it may or may not be a sign of us running out of vaccinees in Group 2.
I'd guess in early April we were decimating the stockpile from Easter, and that has run dry by now leading to lower numbers until the May delivery increase. But, that's just a guess.
In real numbers, we've gone down from about 3.6M per 7-day-period to about 3.3M. No big deal.
Unrelated though, group 2 _is_ running out of steam soon, with various places opening up appointments for group 3. The bulk of those will be in the future, not affecting rates of the past week.