Covid vaccinations.

The five Peterborough neighbourhoods where more than eight out of 10 are fully vaccinated - and the three where less than half have been

Five Peterborough neighbourhoods have now seen more than eight out of 10 adults receive both doses of a COVID vaccination.

By Mark Edwards
Friday, 17th September 2021, 8:23 am
Updated Friday, 17th September 2021, 10:36 am

In Peterborough overall, up to and including September 16, 69.2% of the population have had a first Covid vaccination and 61.5% have had a second jab.

That compares with the rest of Cambridgeshire where 79.7% have had the first dose and 73.6% the second and neighbouring Lincolnshire where 84.8% have had a first jab and 79.1% a second.

Eye and Thorney joined Glinton, Northborough & Maxey, Barnack, Wittering & Wansford, Newborough & Peakirk and Orton West & Castorin passing the 80 per cent mark in the vaccination campaign.

However, in three neighbourhoods - Peterborough Central, Central Park, and Millfield & Bourges Boulevard - less than half of adults are still yet to be fully vaccinated.

Across the UK, the rate stands at 89.2% for the first dose, and 81.4% for two doses.

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