Over 140,000 Coronavirus vaccines have been administered in Milton Keynes

The latest vaccination information from NHS England shows a vast majority of over 50s have been jabbed in the area.

Thursday, 8th April 2021, 3:07 pm
Updated Thursday, 8th April 2021, 3:08 pm

The total number of vaccines administered offering protection against Covid in the borough has now reached 140,638.

Further progress has been made jabbing people aged between 50-59 in Milton Keynes

Data released today (April 8) shows 92.3% of residents aged between 50-54 have received first doses and 96.5% of 55-59-year-olds have been vaccinated.

Over 140,000 vaccines have been administered in Milton Keynes

Just under 12,000 vaccines were administered between March 29 and April 4 down from almost 17,000 the week prior.

Reflecting a projected shortage of first dose availability and a temporary suspension of vaccinations in Milton Keynes Hospital.

Roughly half of the vaccines administered were second doses. In total, 24,096 second doses have been given in Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group area. Most of the vaccines have gone to over 80s and under 50s totally well over 12,000 jabs.

Government figures released yesterday, show across the UK that 31,707,594 first doses have been administered and 5,683,509 second jabs have been conducted.