play_arrow

keyboard_arrow_right

skip_previous play_arrow skip_next
00:00 00:00
playlist_play chevron_left
chevron_left
  • cover play_arrow

    Rother Radio (128k) Love Local, Love Music!

  • cover play_arrow

    Rother Radio (64K) Love Local, Love Music!

  • cover play_arrow

    Hit Music Radio (128K) More Music Variety!

  • cover play_arrow

    Hit Music Radio (64K) The Best Variety of Hits!

UK News

Revealed: The areas with the highest and lowest COVID vaccination rates for over-50s

today08/04/2021

Background
share close

The areas of England estimated to have the highest and lowest COVID vaccination rates for over-50s have been revealed.

Top of the list is the Stratford-on-Avon council area, where everyone aged over 50 is believed to have had a first dose.

The bottom is dominated by London boroughs, with under 66% of Westminster’s over-50s estimated to have had a vaccine so far.

The percentages were compiled using provisional data from NHS England up to 4 April and population figures from the Office for National Statistics.

All adults in the UK are due to be offered a first vaccine dose by the end of July, according to the government.

Six million people have now had both shots across all adult age groups, and more than 31.8 million have had one – that’s nearly 38 million in all, according to latest government figures.

Vaccinations have been lower so far this month because the focus is on second jabs rather than moving down the age groups.

More from Covid-19

However, they have picked up slightly since Tuesday when the lowest number of first doses since early January were administered (40,744).

Local authority; number of people over 50 who’ve had a first dose, estimated proportion:

Stratford-on-Avon – 61,655, 100.1% (doses administered greater than estimated population)

Rushmoor – 31,917, 99.8%

Worcester – 36,087, 99.7%

Exeter – 41,060, 99.6%

South Oxfordshire – 59,248, 99.6%

Hart – 38,683, 99.4%

Warwick – 52,906, 99.4%

West Oxfordshire – 46,707, 99.3%

North Devon – 45,425, 99.1%

Stroud – 53,158, 98.9%

Bath and North East Somerset – 70,409, 98.9%

Cherwell – 56,888, 98.9%

South Northamptonshire – 39,606, 98.9%

Basingstoke and Deane – 65,695, 98.7%

Telford and Wrekin – 64,802, 98.7%

South Norfolk – 61,957, 98.6%

West Berkshire – 63,102, 98.4%

Selby – 37,676, 98.3%

East Hampshire – 54,805, 98.1%

South Cambridgeshire – 61,797, 98.1%

St Albans – 52,331, 98.1%

Wiltshire – 209,534, 98.0%

Surrey Heath – 35,430, 97.8%

Tamworth – 29,022, 97.8%

Huntingdonshire – 71,247, 97.8%

South Gloucestershire – 106,166, 97.8%

Chelmsford – 67,076, 97.8%

Waverley – 52,444, 97.7%

Wychavon – 59,821, 97.7%

Horsham – 62,740, 97.7%

Ribble Valley – 27,972, 97.7%

South Derbyshire – 40,866, 97.7%

Harborough – 40,430, 97.6%

Vale of White Horse – 52,977, 97.6%

Guildford – 49,950, 97.6%

Tewkesbury – 39,630, 97.5%

City of Bristol – 123,395, 97.5%

Wyre Forest – 44,942, 97.5%

Cheshire West and Chester – 142,355, 97.5%

Mid Devon – 36,250, 97.4%

South Somerset – 76,862, 97.4%

Rushcliffe – 48,099, 97.4%

Broadland – 60,220, 97.4%

Cheltenham – 43,615, 97.3%

West Lancashire – 47,843, 97.3%

Lichfield – 45,829, 97.3%

Fareham – 51,178, 97.3%

North Kesteven – 50,863, 97.3%

Wokingham – 61,946, 97.3%

Leeds – 247,339, 97.3%

Eastleigh – 51,218, 97.3%

Test Valley – 52,535, 97.2%

Swindon – 77,841, 97.2%

Norwich – 41,263, 97.2%

Colchester – 65,598, 97.2%

Portsmouth – 64,042, 97.1%

Derbyshire Dales – 36,368, 97.1%

Central Bedfordshire – 106,333, 97.1%

Teignbridge – 64,146, 97.1%

Cannock Chase – 39,098, 97.1%

East Devon – 73,299, 97.1%

Uttlesford – 36,365, 97.1%

Warrington – 80,411, 97.1%

Melton – 23,075, 97.0%

Ashford – 49,731, 97.0%

Cotswold – 42,403, 97.0%

Daventry – 35,652, 97.0%

North Somerset – 92,542, 96.9%

West Devon – 28,092, 96.9%

Milton Keynes – 83,178, 96.9%

Winchester – 50,127, 96.9%

North Warwickshire – 27,621, 96.9%

Mid Suffolk – 47,087, 96.9%

St. Helens – 71,423, 96.9%

Charnwood – 65,420, 96.8%

South Ribble – 45,494, 96.8%

Hinckley and Bosworth – 47,220, 96.8%

Oxford – 38,824, 96.8%

Three Rivers – 34,468, 96.8%

Hambleton – 44,216, 96.7%

Dorset – 188,255, 96.7%

Tonbridge and Malling – 49,620, 96.7%

Havant – 54,650, 96.7%

Blaby – 39,777, 96.6%

North Hertfordshire – 50,085, 96.6%

City of Kingston upon Hull – 82,699, 96.6%

Maldon – 30,560, 96.6%

Lancaster – 54,744, 96.6%

Torridge – 33,614, 96.6%

Stafford – 57,617, 96.5%

South Kesteven – 61,658, 96.5%

Bromsgrove – 41,970, 96.5%

Malvern Hills – 38,815, 96.5%

Gloucester – 45,117, 96.5%

Gedling – 47,605, 96.5%

Chichester – 57,406, 96.5%

Newcastle-under-Lyme – 50,190, 96.5%

East Hertfordshire – 56,442, 96.5%

Newark and Sherwood – 51,615, 96.5%

Plymouth – 93,488, 96.4%

Rutland – 17,909, 96.4%

Rugby – 40,061, 96.4%

Sedgemoor – 54,291, 96.4%

Harrogate – 71,556, 96.4%

Cheshire East – 165,557, 96.4%

North East Derbyshire – 45,831 96.4%

Preston – 44,365, 96.4%

Middlesbrough – 47,097, 96.3%

East Suffolk – 117,734, 96.3%

Sunderland – 108,468, 96.3%

Reading – 44,204, 96.3%

Breckland – 61,649, 96.3%

York – 72,684, 96.3%

East Lindsey – 72,720, 96.2%

West Lindsey – 43,598, 96.2%

High Peak – 39,491, 96.2%

Buckinghamshire – 203,807, 96.2%

Babergh – 42,742, 96.2%

Chorley – 46,072, 96.1%

Kettering – 37,136, 96.1%

Bracknell Forest – 40,458, 96.1%

Mid Sussex – 59,088, 96.1%

Allerdale – 44,491, 96.1%

Fylde – 39,337, 96.1%

Runnymede – 29,845, 96.1%

Somerset West and Taunton – 70,237, 96.1%

Craven – 27,923, 96.1%

Tendring – 71,969, 96.1%

Redditch – 30,482, 96.1%

Staffordshire Moorlands – 45,210, 96.0%

North West Leicestershire – 40,867, 96.0%

Cambridge – 33,115, 96.0%

East Riding of Yorkshire – 160,133, 96.0%

East Cambridgeshire – 34,902, 95.9%

Wakefield – 131,419, 95.9%

Amber Valley – 54,226, 95.9%

Blackpool – 55,802, 95.9%

Fenland – 42,459, 95.8%

East Staffordshire – 45,528, 95.8%

Ryedale – 26,824, 95.8%

Redcar and Cleveland – 57,818, 95.8%

Brighton and Hove – 84,744, 95.7%

Mole Valley – 38,527, 95.7%

Solihull – 85,033, 95.7%

Watford – 27,562, 95.7%

Adur – 26,852, 95.7%

Broxtowe – 44,786, 95.7%

Rochford – 37,032, 95.6%

County Durham – 212,533, 95.6%

Braintree – 59,804, 95.6%

Windsor and Maidenhead – 55,827, 95.6%

South Staffordshire – 50,686, 95.6%

Canterbury – 60,416, 95.6%

Bolsover – 32,056, 95.5%

Isle of Wight – 68,735, 95.4%

Stockton-on-Tees – 72,814, 95.4%

Crawley – 33,695, 95.4%

King’s Lynn and West Norfolk – 68,137, 95.4%

North Lincolnshire – 70,171, 95.3%

Epping Forest – 50,411, 95.3%

Darlington – 41,789, 95.3%

Maidstone – 63,574, 95.3%

Hertsmere – 37,618, 95.3%

Ashfield – 48,304, 95.2%

Bassetlaw – 49,264, 95.2%

Tandridge – 35,224, 95.2%

Harlow – 27,906, 95.2%

Arun – 75,942, 95.2%

Mendip – 50,224, 95.2%

Stockport – 111,627, 95.1%

Knowsley – 54,765, 95.1%

Stoke-on-Trent – 86,475, 95.1%

Spelthorne – 36,547, 95.1%

Rotherham – 100,633, 95.1%

Lincoln – 29,744, 95.1%

Torbay – 63,123, 95.1%

Gosport – 32,903, 95.0%

Nuneaton and Bedworth – 48,326, 95.0%

Halton – 47,326, 95.0%

Scarborough – 51,862, 95.0%

Wyre – 53,111, 95.0%

Dudley – 121,734, 95.0%

Dacorum – 54,415, 95.0%

South Hams – 43,042, 95.0%

New Forest – 87,442, 95.0%

Coventry – 98,955, 94.9%

Cornwall – 252,332, 94.9%

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole – 152,916, 94.9%

Stevenage – 29,034, 94.9%

West Suffolk – 67,996, 94.8%

Great Yarmouth – 42,376, 94.8%

Copeland – 29,673, 94.7%

Shropshire – 143,617, 94.7%

Erewash – 45,454, 94.7%

Basildon – 63,773, 94.7%

Sevenoaks – 47,959, 94.7%

Mansfield – 41,666, 94.7%

Brentwood – 29,825, 94.6%

Bedford – 61,072, 94.6%

North Norfolk – 55,381, 94.6%

Barrow-in-Furness – 27,388, 94.6%

Broxbourne – 34,211, 94.5%

Doncaster – 115,954, 94.5%

Northampton – 70,439, 94.5%

Epsom and Ewell 28,564, 94.5%

Sheffield – 181,970, 94.5%

Elmbridge – 50,142, 94.4%

Wellingborough – 29,611, 94.4%

Medway – 91,622, 94.4%

Castle Point – 39,155, 94.4%

North East Lincolnshire – 61,727, 94.4%

Bury – 67,953, 94.4%

Reigate and Banstead – 52,898, 94.3%

Swale – 55,453, 94.3%

Bolton – 97,503, 94.3%

Herefordshire – 84,596, 94.3%

East Northamptonshire – 37,709, 94.2%

Chesterfield – 42,052, 94.2%

Hartlepool – 35,540, 94.2%

Welwyn Hatfield – 37,492, 94.1%

Dartford – 33,441, 94.1%

Wigan – 122,211, 94.1%

Peterborough – 60,732, 94.1%

Wealden – 73,797, 94.1%

Worthing – 44,782, 94.1%

Leicester – 90,789, 94.1%

Woking – 34,450, 94.1%

Carlisle – 44,359, 94.0%

Oadby and Wigston – 22,032, 94.0%

Eden – 25,719, 94.0%

Walsall – 95,384, 94.0%

Derby – 82,270, 93.9%

Trafford – 81,582, 93.9%

Barnsley – 93,663, 93.9%

Southampton – 67,543, 93.9%

Wirral – 129,996, 93.7%

Richmond upon Thames – 64,910, 93.7%

Ipswich – 44,602, 93.7%

Bromley – 113,970, 93.7%

Calderdale – 78,072, 93.4%

South Holland – 39,998, 93.4%

Corby – 22,438, 93.3%

Rossendale – 26,436, 93.3%

Lewes – 45,454, 93.3%

Sefton – 116,942, 93.3%

Gravesham – 36,325, 93.3%

Blackburn with Darwen – 45,136, 93.3%

Tameside – 79,371, 93.1%

South Lakeland – 50,804, 93.1%

Liverpool – 147,366, 93.0%

Gateshead – 74,390, 93.0%

South Tyneside – 58,880, 92.9%

North Tyneside – 79,202, 92.9%

Sutton – 64,572, 92.9%

Hillingdon – 86,166, 92.8%

Rother – 48,550, 92.8%

Tunbridge Wells – 43,758, 92.8%

Hyndburn – 28,233, 92.7%

Richmondshire – 21,188, 92.7%

Sandwell – 98,857, 92.7%

Havering – 87,537, 92.5%

Bexley – 80,906, 92.5%

Northumberland – 142,379, 92.4%

Hounslow – 72,322, 92.4%

Kingston upon Thames – 50,283, 92.3%

Thanet – 57,503, 92.3%

Merton – 56,752, 92.3%

Newcastle upon Tyne – 84,404, 92.3%

Bradford – 160,258, 92.0%

Oldham – 74,241, 92.0%

Kirklees – 148,435, 92.0%

Folkestone and Hythe – 48,048, 92.0%

Dover – 49,247, 91.9%

Manchester – 114,236, 91.9%

Wolverhampton – 83,258, 91.9%

Thurrock – 49,757, 91.6%

Boston – 25,831, 91.5%

Southend-on-Sea – 64,744, 91.4%

Isles of Scilly – 973, 91.4%

Burnley – 30,936, 91.3%

Rochdale – 71,244, 91.2%

Pendle – 31,418, 91.1%

Eastbourne – 42,182, 91.0%

Salford – 71,521, 90.1%

Birmingham – 290,587, 90.0%

Harrow – 76,165, 89.9%

Slough – 34,133, 89.7%

Ealing – 92,896, 89.4%

Hastings – 34,219, 89.3%

Nottingham – 76,976, 89.0%

Wandsworth – 67,696, 89.0%

Luton – 53,718, 88.5%

Forest of Dean – 36,231, 87.9%

Greenwich – 65,969, 87.7%

Enfield – 90,444, 87.5%

Barnet – 108,545, 87.3%

Redbridge – 76,773, 86.8%

Barking and Dagenham – 43,893, 86.5%

Lambeth – 64,562, 85.1%

Islington – 45,745, 84.1%

Croydon – 105,777, 84.0%

Haringey – 60,280, 83.7%

Southwark – 63,971, 83.0%

Waltham Forest – 60,999, 82.9%

Lewisham – 64,459, 82.4%

Hammersmith and Fulham – 40,529, 82.0%

Brent – 79,804, 82.0%

Hackney – 47,370, 80.7%

Newham – 59,799, 79.6%

Tower Hamlets – 43,198, 76.0%

Kensington and Chelsea – 38,962, 72.1%

Camden – 51,323, 71.3%

City of London – 2,354, 67.0%

Westminster – 48,941, 65.7%

 Sky News

© Sky News 2021

Written by: Rother Radio News


Previous post

UK News

Pornography causing backward step in boys’ respect for girls, say victims and teachers

A woman who was sexually abused and raped as a child has waived her right to anonymity to speak out against the harmful affects of easily-accessible pornography.Dandy Doherty says she was sexually abused at the age of 11 and raped at the age of 15 - and that her abusers were the same age as her. She is one of many to contribute to the website Everyone's Invited, but she's […]

today08/04/2021


Similar posts


Search Rother Radio

About Us

Rother Radio – Love Local, Love Music! → Discover more