How many Covid vaccines have been administered where you live?

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New NHS data has revealed which regions in England are coming out on top as the country continues the mass rollout of Covid vaccines.

NHS England published the first regional breakdown of coronavirus vaccinations administered on Thursday (14 Jan).

The data only revealed the total number of jabs among people aged under 80 or 80 and over.

The JPIMedia Data Unit combined this with population data for NHS regions to analyse how the rollout has fared in each part of the country.

Where have the most vaccines been administered?

Counting only first doses, the North East and Yorkshire comes out top, with 4,309 vaccines per 100,000 people, above the South West in second place with 4,175.

The North East and Yorkshire are also top when only those aged 80 or over are included – there have been 45,935 jabs per 100,000 people in this age group.

London and the East of England, meanwhile, have fallen to the back of the pack. The capital has vaccinated only 2,231 people per 100,000, placing it last out of the seven regions, or 30,622 per 100,000 80 and overs, for which it places 6th.

The East of England has vaccinated 29,238 per 100,000 of its over 80s, and 2,853 per 100,000 of its total population.

How many jabs has each region done?

Total vaccinations (first dose) for all age groups:

  1. North East and Yorkshire – 4,309 per 100,000
  2. South West – 4,175 per 100,000
  3. South East – 3,921 per 100,000
  4. North West – 3,775 per 100,000
  5. Midlands – 3,656 per 100,000
  6. East of England – 2,853 per 100,000
  7. London – 2,231 per 100,000

Vaccines for those aged 80 or over (first dose):

  1. North East and Yorkshire – 45,935 per 100,000
  2. North West – 37,971 per 100,000
  3. South East – 36,715 per 100,000
  4. South West – 36,566 per 100,000
  5. Midlands – 35,718 per 100,000
  6. London – 30,622 per 100,000
  7. East of England – 29,238 per 100,000

What about second doses?

The UK Government has opted to get a first jab to as many people as possible instead of calling patients back for their second dose after three weeks.

But there have still been tens of thousands of second doses administered.

This time, the East of England comes out on top for its 80 and over age group, with 11,965 second jabs per 100,000 people.

Total vaccinations (second dose) for all age groups:

  1. South West – 892 per 100,000
  2. East of England – 762 per 100,000
  3. North West – 734 per 100,000
  4. North East and Yorkshire – 725 per 100,000
  5. South East – 701 per 100,000
  6. Midlands – 563 per 100,000
  7. London – 419 per 100,000

Vaccines for those aged 80 or over (second dose):

  1. East of England – 11,965 per 100,000
  2. South West – 11,690 per 100,000
  3. North East and Yorkshire – 11,279 per 100,000
  4. North West – 10,898 per 100,000
  5. South East – 9,664 per 100,000
  6. London – 9,392 per 100,000
  7. Midlands – 8,305 per 100,000

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