I put these graphs together from information gleaned from:
I’m by no means saying they are 100% accurate, because there is some extraordinarily sloppy work contained within these documents, and it can be easily misunderstood. Combined with their constantly changing of age groups, datasets, assumptions and just plain old data disappearance, it makes it difficult to be exact (without looking inside the tent…which we’ll never be allowed to do).
However, I am confident that these graphs reasonably accurately represent the data provided. Happy to adjust, if I’m in error. I’m not infallible.
For each age group, I have graphed the percentage of hospitalisations (number of hospitalisations per 100 confirmed cases) against the 1st and 2nd dose vaccinated percentage (of age group population). I have also provided the raw population of each age group so that you can appreciate the volume of data points for each.
I’ve not included any analysis or interpretation as I’m hoping that y’all could give it a go, and we can have some lively discussions around it. I see many different variables which could be at play in these graphs, but they are interesting and certainly worth some mental horsepower.
Give it your best shot.