The capital is given about 8 million first and second jabs, but is far behind all other regions. England Part of the vaccine program is the young population of London.
The latest government figures show that by Sunday night there are 4,779,593 adults. London citizens (56.7%) received the first dose and 3,028,870 (35.9%) received the second dose.
Boris Johnson On Monday night, he said he wanted to “double jab about two-thirds of the adult population” by July 19, and by that date he wanted to provide the first jab to everyone over the age of 18. .. People aged 23 and 24 were invited to book a jab from Tuesday.
The NHS immunization database has approximately 8.4 million adult Londoners. This means that Capital will need 3.6 million first doses and a 2.5 m second dose to fulfill Johnson’s ambitions.
NHS London said it would need to provide an additional 3.6 million first and second doses in London by 19 July, based on population data from the Office for National Statistics.
With 6.9 million people over the age of 18 in London, far less than the 8.4 million people listed in the National Immunization Management Services database, the first jab of 2,128,789 and 1,544,282 to reach the Prime Minister’s goal Had to give a second jab of.
The highest vaccination rate in London is among the elderly, with 87.7% aged 85-89 receiving one vaccination and 83.6% receiving two vaccinations. However, this is still almost 10 points lower than the performance of the UK as a whole.
Among the younger age group, only one-third of Londoners aged 45-49 are double-jabbed, less than a quarter of those aged 40-44. About half of Londoners in their thirties still receive their first jab.
People under the age of 40 may be offered a replacement for AstraZeneca jab, the so-called “hard worker” of the vaccination program, because of the slightly higher relative risk of rare blood clots.
It is unknown how many times each of the three vaccines currently in use was given in London.
However, by June 2, 24.5 million first doses and 15.7 m AstraZeneca second doses were given throughout the UK, compared to Pfizer’s first 14.7 m and second doses. It is known that it was 10.7m. In addition, 460,000 initial doses of Moderna jab were given.
Covid: London needs another 6 million vaccines to reach Johnson’s goal
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