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Covid: How many people have been vaccinated in Wales?
« on: February 23, 2021, 05:07:15 AM »
Covid: How many people have been vaccinated in Wales?



More than 862,000 people in สมัครสมาชิกสล็อต Wales have been given a first dose of Covid vaccine, while more than 42,750
have now been given the full course.

The latest day saw 4,979 people get a second dose - overtaking first doses given daily for the first time.

The data shows 27.3% of Wales' population have had a first dose and 1.35% have received a full vaccination.

There are 63,113 people left in the top priority groups who still need a first dose, Public Health Wales figures show.

The number has increased because extremely clinically vulnerable people have been included in figures for the first time -
so far, more than 84% of this group have been given a first dose.

A total of 862,248 people have been given their first dose of vaccine, including 2,165 in the latest day.


How many have received a dose?
Up to Sunday night, 862,248 people had been given their first dose in Wales - 27.3% of the population.

That is a higher proportion than in England (26.6%), Scotland (26.5%) and Northern Ireland (24.2%).

The daily case rate for first doses is tailing off in UK nations, as the programme comes to the end involving the first
priority groups.

Health officials in Wales understand there will still be people who could not be reached or wanted to rearrange
appointments, as well as those in care homes who were not able to receive it because they had to isolate due to an
outbreak.

There is an effort to catch up with the remainder to ensure "no-one is left behind", but there is confidence that all
who want the vaccine will receive a dose.