Check the progress of the coronavirus vaccine rollout in your part of the Anglia region
By 28 July, 90% of adults in the East of England had their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine nearly three-quarters of adults had both doses.
The vaccine rollout has slowed considerably in the East of England in recent weeks with a daily average of around 19,000 injections being delivered each day. There were more than 60,000 being given each day at the end of May.
Using ONS Mid-2020 population figures, it is estimated that around 1.35 million adults in the East of England are not yet fully vaccinated with both doses.
You can see how many people have been been given the jab in your part of the Anglia region but clicking on the interactive map below
Half of all adults in the East of England had their first injection by Wednesday 17 March.
On Saturday 20 March, the NHS posted a record number of daily first doses given in the East of England with 85,568 injections. Including second doses, the total was 93,481.
Find out more about the coronavirus data in the ITV Anglia region
The darker the shade of blue on the map, the higher the proportion of people in the selected age group who have had the first injection. If you move your cursor over the map you can see the percentage figures for each area.
According to NHS England data up to 4 July, the areas of the Anglia region where the highest proportion of people have been given the first dose of the vaccine were in Broadland (89.2% of adults), South Norfolk (88.3%) and Mid Suffolk (87.7%).
The vaccination rates were lowest in Cambridge (60.5% of adults) and Luton (62.3%).
By Sunday 4 July, close to nine in ten of adults in the East of England NHS region (87.7%) had received their first vaccine dose.
The darker the shade of blue on the map, the higher the proportion of people in the selected age group who have had both injection doses. If you move your cursor over the map you can see the percentage figures for each area.
According to NHS England data up to 4 July, the areas of the Anglia region where the highest proportion of people have been given the both doses of the vaccine were in North Norfolk (71.7% of adults) and in Mid Suffolk (70.8%).
The double dose vaccination rates were lowest in Cambridge (35.3% of adults), Luton (42.7%) and Peterborough (46.0%).
By Sunday 4 July, more than 66% of adults in the East of England NHS region had received both vaccine doses.
This is the priority order of the vaccine rollout in England
Phase one priority groups (to be offered first dose by mid-April)
1 - Residents in a care home for older adults and their carers (800,000 people)
2 - Those aged 80 and over and frontline health and social care workers (a total of 7.1 million people in this group: 3.3m over 80s, 2.4m healthcare workers, 1.4m social care workers)
3 - Those aged 75 and over (2.3 million)
4 - Those aged 70 and over and clinically extremely vulnerable individuals (4.4 million)
5 - Those aged 65 and over (2.9 million)
6 - All individuals aged 16 to 64 with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality (7.3 million)
7 - Those aged 60 and over (1.8 million)
8 - Those aged 55 years and over (2.4 million)
9 - Those aged 50 years of age and over (2.8 million)
Phase two (to be offered first dose by mid-July)
10 - All those aged 40-49 years
11 - All those aged 30-39 years
12 - All those aged 18-29 years
The NHS East of England region includes the six counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk along with Milton Keynes.
Percentages have been calculated for the graphics using National Immunisation Management Service (NIMS) population estimates.
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