Over 11,000 more Covid vaccinations confirmed in Milton Keynes
The latest data released by NHS England shows over 11,000 more people have received jabs in the borough.
Data released yesterday (May 6), by NHS England shows another 11,470 jabs protecting against Covid were delivered in Milton Keynes.
Now, the total cumulative number of jabs delivered in Milton Keynes since the rollout began stands at 178,825.
Currently, people aged over 40 in the UK are invited to book a vaccination protecting against the Coronavirus, if they haven't yet received one.
Specific data hasn't revealed how big of a percentage of people aged between 40-45 in Milton Keynes' CCG have been vaccinated. Data for the Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes CCG shows progress has slowed on jabbing 45-49-year-olds. There has been only a slight uptake in the number of people in that age range that have been jabbed, rising from last week's 71% figure to 78.3%.
Now 50,278 second doses of a vaccine protecting against Covid have been delivered in Milton Keynes. The data suggests 65-69-year-olds in the borough are now getting their second jabs. In total, 30,104 people over 65 have been jabbed twice, 5260 of those were administered to people aged between 65-69.
Milton Keynes' CCG as a whole has delivered 639,454 total cumulative vaccinations, last week's figures were at 596,069 vaccines. The latest available regional vaccination data is accurate up to May 6.