How many people have had the Coronavirus vaccine in the Midlands?

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This page is regularly updated with the latest data on how the Midlands is doing with the vaccine roll out.

We also have regularly updated articles on how our hospitals are coping, and the infection rates across the Midlands.

Here is the latest available NHS data on the vaccine roll out.


Vaccination Progress - the Midlands

This chart tracks the progress of the vaccination programme in the Midlands from the date regional figures were first made available in mid January 2021. 

The table represents the entire population of the Midlands.

  • Unvaccinated in red

  • Partially vaccinated (one dose) in amber

  • Fully vaccinated (both doses) in green

You can hover over the graph to see the exact numbers at various points in time.


Vaccination Rate - the Midlands

This chart shows the daily number of vaccinations in the Midlands since 17th January 2021, and illustrates the change in vaccination rates over time.


Vaccination Progress - by local area

These charts represent the current coverage of vaccinations in each of the local NHS areas in the Midlands. 

This data is released weekly with a five day delay.

You can hover over them to see exact numbers. 

Selecting an area from the drop down list will display a more detailed look. 

Selecting "ALL" will display the overall situation in the Midlands at the time the data was published.



Where will I go to be vaccinated?

It will depend on your location and appointment availability when someone gets in touch with you.




When will I be vaccinated?

People are urged NOT to contact their GP about being vaccinated.

Instead they will be invited, probably by letter, to book an appointment to get the vaccination as soon as it's their turn.

This could take days, weeks or months depending on where people fall on the priority list:

  • Residents in care homes for older adults and their carers

  • 80-year-olds and over and frontline health and social care workers

  • 75-year-olds and over

  • 70-year-olds and over and clinically extremely vulnerable individuals

  • 65-year-olds and over

  • 16 to 64-year-olds with serious underlying health conditions

  • 60-year-olds and over

  • 55-year-olds and over

  • 50-year-olds and over



You can see how the rest of the county is doing in comparison by clicking here.


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