10th January 2021
Clanfield Practice – COVID vaccine uptake figures to date (26.10.21)
- Published: 27th October 2021
COVID vaccine uptake figures to date (26.10.21):
• patients in care homes First dose 100% Second dose 100%
• patients aged over 80 First dose 99.8% Second dose 99.8%
• patients aged 75-79 First dose 100% Second dose 99.7%
• patients aged 70-74 First dose 98.9% Second dose 98.7%
• Clinically Extremely Vulnerable First dose 98.5% Second dose 96.9%
• patients aged 65-69 First dose 99.4% Second dose 99.1%
• 16-64 underlying health conditions First dose 96.4% Second dose 95.5%
• patients aged 60-64 First dose 95.5% Second dose 95.3%
• patients aged 55-59 First dose 94.3% Second dose 93.7%
• patients aged 50-54 First dose 94.8% Second dose 94.8%
• patients aged 40-49 First dose 92.5% Second dose 91.7%
• patients aged 30-39 First dose 86.1% Second dose 84.1%
• patients aged 18-29 First dose 82.7% Second dose 75.1%
COVID booster vaccines
The Covid booster vaccination programme is well underway with clinics being held at Petersfield Festival Hall as well as at mass vaccination sites. Patients will be invited to book their booster appointment 6 months after their second dose. Please do not contact the Practice to chase your appointment unless it is at least 6 months and 1 week since you had your second dose. We are currently inviting patients who had their second vaccine at the end of April.
COVID vaccines for 16-17 year olds
As per current guidance, 16-17 year olds are not being offered a second dose. If you are 17 years and 9 months then you will be offered a second dose.
COVID vaccines for 12-15 year olds with no additional risk factors
All children in England aged 12 to 15 are being offered the first dose of COVID-19 vaccination. Like all school-based vaccination programmes, the vaccines will be administered by the School Immunisation Service Provider working closely with the school. Invitations will be sent out in sufficient time to consider the vaccine and provide consent. Please note these invitations are sent out by the NHS centrally, not by your GP Surgery. Anyone who misses their vaccination will still be able to get theirs in a follow-up programme run through the Schools service provider.
Children at high risk of COVID-19 including those who live with someone who is immunocompromised
Some children agreed 12 to 17 will be offered a second dose. This is usually because they have a condition that means they are at high risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19 or they live with someone who is immunocompromised.
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10th January 2021