More than 20 million people have had the coronavirus vaccine in England – and now you can find out how many jabs have been given where you live.
According to latest figures from the Government, around 20.7 million people across England have have the first dose. And 1.1 million have received their second dose.
Meanwhile, NHS England data shows that in the week ending March 7, an additional 1,783,136 people got a Covid vaccine in England. This took the total number of people vaccinated with at least one dose as of March 7 to 18,962,627.
In the North East, nearly 700,000 people have had their first jab. The figures cover a period between December 8 and March 7.
Using NHS England information, we are now able to show you how many people in your area have received the first dose. Previously, the only available official data was the latest national total for each UK nation.
All you have to do is enter your postcode below and choose the ‘vaccine stats’ tab to see the latest local total.
It’s important to note that the localised data isn’t being made available as frequently as the national running totals and will only update weekly, on Thursdays. The national totals will continue to update daily.
The full figures for local authority areas in the North East are below.
Number of people vaccinated with at least one dose by local authority area (December 8 to March 7):
- County Durham – 198,142
- Gateshead – 68,293
- Newcastle – 82,492
- North Tyneside – 70,729
- Northumberland – 122,105
- South Tyneside – 56,484
- Sunderland – 98,853