Two-thirds of Windsor and Maidenhead residents fully vaccinated against Covid-19
Two-thirds of residents of Windsor and Maidenhead have received two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, figures show.
NHS data shows that 81,807 people had received both jabs as of July 4 – 68% of those aged 16 and over, based on the latest population estimates for mid-2020 from the Office for National Statistics.
Of those who received both jabs, 79,921 were aged 25 and over, or 75% of the age group.
This means that 1,886 people aged 16 to 25 received both doses.
Meanwhile, 107,672 people in Windsor and Maidenhead have received at least one dose of a vaccine – 89% of people aged 16 and over.
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NHS vaccine data also shows variation in coverage for fully vaccinated residents between different areas of Windsor and Maidenhead.
These numbers are based on estimates from mid-2019 – the latest at the neighborhood level.
Areas with the highest coverage
1) Cookham & Waltham, with 77.2% of people aged 16 and over fully vaccinated.
2) Bray Wick and Holyport, 73.4%
3) Pinkney’s Green & Furze Platt Road, 72.4 percent
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Areas with the lowest coverage
1) Maidenhead Central, 55.1 percent
2) Boyn Hill and Norreys Drive, 61.2 percent
3) Windsor Town & Eton, 61.8 percent
Across England, 28.2 million people had received a second dose of the vaccine by July 4 – 62% of the population over 16.
This includes 27.3 million people aged 25 and over, or 69% of the age group.
A total of 37.8 million people had received at least one dose of a vaccine by the same date, covering 83% of people over 16 years of age.
Despite the successful deployment, some staff at the Windsor and Maidenhead nursing homes were not fully immunized.
Figures show that 1,190 of 1,628 eligible staff, including agency workers, in nursing homes for the aged had received two doses of a vaccine by July 4 – meaning 27 percent had not. been fully vaccinated.
The government plans to make the jab mandatory for staff due to concerns from residents.