Almost 60 per cent of adults in Wokingham have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

The NHS states that 78,177 people in Wokingham had received a jab by March 28 and 17,026 of them are under the age of 50.

That means around 59 per cent of the adult population in Wokingham has been vaccinated, as there are around 130,702 adults living in the district, according to the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimate.

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The vaccine data has been broken down to show how many people in each of the local neighbourhoods, which are known as Middle Super Output Areas (MSOAs), have taken the jab.

In Finchampstead, 5,115 people have taken at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

There are 4,882 people in Shinfield, 4,421 in Twyford West and Charvil, 4,358 in Winnersh and 4,317 in Crowthorne North who have taken a jab.

In Wokingham Town, 4,289 people have been vaccinated.

While 4,200 in South Lake and 4,058 in Earley have received a jab.

Number of people vaccinated in other areas of Wokingham: 

  • Sonning and Woodley North – 4,053
  • Lower Earley North – 4,035
  • Spencers Wood and Swallowfield – 4,019
  • Wokingham West and South – 3,908
  • Wokingham East – 3,696
  • Woodley East – 3,661
  • Wokingham North and Hurst – 3,605
  • Barkham and Woose Hill – 3,278
  • Woodley South – 3,125
  • Twyford East and Wargrave – 3,097
  • Arborfield and Garrison – 3,061
  • Lower Earley South – 2,999

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Wokingham’s rolling infection rate peaked at 608.9 cases per 100,000 people when the third national lockdown was announced on January 4.

But it has plummeted during the lockdown and now stands at 26.9 cases per 100,000 people.

The latest figures from Public Health England show around 1.3 per cent of the coronavirus tests conducted in Wokingham are coming back positive.

During the pandemic, 8,149 people in Wokingham have tested positive for the virus and 315 have died.

Across Berkshire, 392,874 people have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.