57% of 45-49-year-olds vaccinated against Covid in Milton Keynes' region

The latest data from the NHS shows vast progress has been made jabbing the next priority group.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 23rd April 2021, 10:30 am

Weekly data released yesterday (April 22) by NHS England showed 57% of people aged between 45-49 have been jabbed in Milton Keynes' Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

The data shows that 57% of 45-49-year-olds in the Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) CCG have received a first dose of a vaccine protecting against Covid.

People in this age group were invited to book appointments for vaccinations last week, and have been jabbed at speed according to the latest figures.

57% of 45-49-year-olds in Milton Keynes' CCG have received a Covid vaccination

The total number of cumulative jabs administered in BLMK CCG now stands at 555,172. This number has risen from 519,751 vaccinations administered when NHS statistics were released last week.

In total, 123,485 people in the CCG have been fully vaccinated. Despite the strong number of new first doses administered CCG officials stated second doses would be a priority this month, in the region.

The data released by the NHS yesterday, is accurate up to April 18.