More than 95% of Milton Keynes residents over 65 have now been vaccinated, the latest data shows

A majority of people aged over 65 have received first doses of a vaccine protecting against the Coronavirus in Milton Keynes.

Thursday, 4th March 2021, 5:03 pm
Updated Thursday, 4th March 2021, 5:04 pm

NHS England's weekly update on the number of jabs administered in Milton Keynes, released today (March 4), shows 95.7% of over 65s have been vaccinated.

The total cumulative number of vaccines administered in Milton Keynes is 73,305.

The data released today is accurate up to February 28.

Over 95% of Milton Keynes residents have received a dose of a vaccine protecting against the Coronavirus

The latest figures show 37,945 people aged over 65 in the city have received their first doses of a vaccine protecting against the Coronavirus.

So far, 29,848 people aged under 65 have received their first doses in MK.

Further information shows 8,587 citizens over 80 in Milton Keynes have received at least one dose protecting against Covid. The 75-80 age group have received 6916 first doses and 10,644 have been given to people aged between 70-74.

In the 65-69 age group 10,354 people in Milton Keynes have been vaccinated.

Second doses of a Covid vaccine have been given to 3,363 citizens over 65 and 2,149 under 65.

In Milton Keynes North 31,376 vaccines have been administered, 34,171 is the total for Milton Keynes South.

Across the UK 20,982,571 first doses have been administered, 963,862 people have received second jabs.