More than 200,000 covid vaccines given in Harrogate district
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Jun 14, 2021

More than 200,000 people have had a covid vaccine in the Harrogate district, according to latest figures.

Data from Public Health England shows a total of 203,228 vaccinations have been given in the district so far.

It includes 111,078 first doses and 92,150 second doses.

The figures represent an uptake of 78% for a first vaccine and 65% for a second dose for people aged 18 and over in the district.


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Those aged 25 and over are currently being invited to come forward for a vaccine.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to today announce a delay to the easing of restrictions on June 21.

The move would see a delay of four weeks in order to allow for more time for people to get a second jab.


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