Private Superforecasting Workshop asks:
When will total cases of COVID-19 in Canada reach 2 million or more, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)?
Closed Dec 27, 2021 03:00PM UTC
While COVID-19 cases in Canada have begun to fall again, concerns remain for a resurgence with the onset of winter (CBC). The outcome will be determined using data as provided by PHAC (PHAC). Daily number data can be obtained by clicking the ".CSV" button to the right of the primary graphic on the linked PHAC page. See daily number data ("numtoday") associated with daily entries for "Canada" under "prname." The question will close on available data no later than 26 April 2022.
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The question closed "Between 24 December and 22 January 2022" with a closing date of 27 December 2021.
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|Possible Answer||Correct?||Final Crowd Forecast|
|Before 24 December 2021||0%|
|Between 24 December and 22 January 2022||100%|
|Between 23 January 2022 and 21 February 2022||0%|
|Between 22 February and 23 March 2022||0%|
|Between 24 March 2022 and 22 April 2022||0%|
|Not before 23 April 2022||0%|
Crowd Forecast Profile
|Number of Forecasters||57|
|Average for questions older than 6 months: 230|
|Number of Forecasts||348|
|Average for questions older than 6 months: 638|
|Participants in this question vs. all forecasters||better than average|