Over 109,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Herefordshire and Worcestershire, figures released by NHS England reveal.

63,577 first doses of the vaccine were given to under 80’s in Herefordshire and Worcestershire in data up until 28th January. Where as 44,113 first doses of the vaccine were given to those aged over 80. These numbers see Herefordshire and Worcestershire near the top of the charts in regards to the percentage of population that have received the first dose of the vaccine.

However, only a small number of people in the two counties have received their second dose of the vaccine. 631 under 80’s have received the second dose of the vaccine so far, where as 875 of those aged over 80 have received their second dose.

Weekly Publication of COVID-19 Vaccinations

This publication currently includes data on:

  • All NHS COVID-19 vaccinations administered in the reporting period
  • Count of vaccinations by age band, defined as 80+ and under 80 years old
  • Count of vaccinations by dose
  • Count of vaccinations by NHS Region
  • Count of vaccinations by Integrated Care Systems (ICSs)/Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs)

Please note that the figures presented may be revised and as such it is likely that figures for the most recent weeks are subject to change. Any changes to historic figures will be reflected in the most recent data publication.

Data in this series will updated on a weekly basis, covering vaccinations in the Monday to Sunday of the week prior and revised historic data.

Regional and ICS/STP data is provided as raw total counts. Fair shares allocation of the vaccine will ensure that between now and mid-February everyone in the four highest priority groups, independently set by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, can be offered the first vaccine dose.

The series will be supplemented on a monthly basis with further information on vaccinations by patient subgroup.