Here's how many vaccines have been administered in Hertfordshire and West Essex

New NHS data has revealed how many coronavirus vaccines have been given out in each part of the country.

Thursday, 21st January 2021, 4:35 pm
Updated Thursday, 21st January 2021, 4:37 pm

NHS England published the first weekly localised breakdown of coronavirus vaccinations administered today (Thursday).

As of January 17, Hertfordshire and West Essex Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) had administered 115,304 vaccines, which includes the first and second dose.

Of those figures, 47,623 people under the age of 80 had received the first dose and 50,815, people aged 80 and over had received their first vaccine.

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For the second dose, 2,871 people under the age of 80 had received it, and 13,995 people aged 80 and over.

Figures for the East of England, as of January 17, showed that 377,552 had received their first dose - 186,394 under 80, and 191,158 80 plus. The second dose of the vaccination had been given to 52,312 people - 7,979 under 80, and 44,333 aged 80 and over.

In Dacorum, all GP surgeries have joined together to form a vaccination centre at Maxted Road, in Hemel Hempstead.

Residents will be contacted by text message or a phone call from their GP to book an appointment for their vaccine.

Alternatively, residents can choose to receive their vaccination at Robertson House in Stevenage, one of seven 'super' mass vaccination centres in the country.