The most and least vaccinated areas of Berkshire, as those over 12 are offered a jab
MOST and least vaccinated areas in the county have been revealed as children over 12 are now eligible for the Covid jab
The vaccine figures were revealed today after health officials on Monday approved the first doses of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12 and 15.
Some areas of Berkshire are lagging behind others in the number of adults who have received the coronavirus vaccine.
A total of 1,277,322 people received the two doses of the vaccine in Berkshire.
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Data revealed in an interactive map released by the government shows the percentage of adults vaccinated up to and including July 18.
In total, over a million jabs have been donated, but there are areas in the county that have seen more adoption than others so far.
For example, Cookham & Waltham has the highest percentage of adults who received their first dose with a figure of 88.2% as of Monday, September 12.
While Chalvey has the lowest percentage of first doses administered at 60.5 percent.
Least vaccinated areas of Berkshire Reading Central: 57.8% 1st dose, 49.8% 2nd dose
Leighton Park: 1st dose 50.4%, 2nd dose, 43.2%
Southampton Street and Redlands Road: 1st dose 61.0%, 2nd dose 53.0%
Stoke Road and Wexham Road: 1st dose 64.4%, 2nd dose 54.0%
Chalvey: 1st dose 60.5%, 2nd dose 50.7%
Manor Park: 1st dose 66.6%, 2nd dose 57.2%
Baylis & Stoke: 1st dose 66.6%, 2nd dose 56.0%
Most vaccinated areas
Woodley East: 1st dose 88.1%, 2nd dose 83.0%
Wokingham North and Hurst: 1st dose 88.5%, 2nd dose 82.7%
Barkham & Woose Hill: 1st dose 90.4%, 2nd dose 84.7%
Finchampstead: 1st dose 90.6%, 2nd dose 85.0%
Crowthorne North: 1st dose 87.4% 2nd dose 81.5%
Sandhurst: 1st dose 88.2%, 2nd dose 82.4%
Owlsmoor & Broadmoor: 1st dose 87.4%, 2nd dose
Wick Hill: 1st dose 87.4%, 2nd dose 81.1%
Winkfield & Cranbourne: 1st dose 88.7% 2nd dose
Maidenhead Highway: 1st dose 86.5%, 2nd dose
Cox Green: 1st dose 87.6%, 2nd dose 81.7%
Cookham & Waltham: 1st dose 88.2%, 2nd dose 83.1%