MORE than 100,000 people across BerkshireBuckinghamshire and Oxfordshire have now received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

For the first time today (January 21) NHS England have provided a breakdown of the number of people who have received their first and second dose of the Covid-19 jab between December 8 to January 21.

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The figures show the first two priority groups – health and care home workers, the over 80s, under 80s and care home residents.

Frimley Health and Care Intergrated Care System (ICS)

A total of 50,215 people under the care of Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System – which runs East Berkshire, Surrey Heath and North East Hampshire and Farnham – have received a Covid-19 vaccine.

However, out of the 50,000 people only 9.67 per cent have had their second dose

Figures show 23,985 residents aged 80 and over have had their first vaccine but only 2,930 of those 80 and over have had their second jab.

21,372 people aged under 80 have also been vaccinated but of those 1,928 have received their second dose.

Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West

Statistics for Reading, Wokingham and West Berkshire are only available at the wider Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West ICS level.

A total of 121,338 vaccines have been given to under 80 and over 80s under this region.

Figures show 54,760 residents aged 80 and over have had their first vaccine but only 6,713 in this age bracket have had their second jab.

NHS England said the data will be updated on a weekly basis, covering vaccinations in the Monday to Sunday of the week prior and revised historic data.

A total of 4,740,578 Covid-19 vaccinations had taken place in England between December 8 and January 20, according to provisional NHS England data, including first and second doses, which is a rise of 320,874 on Wednesday’s figures.