COVID: New figures reveal the number of COVID jabs given in south-east London

The number of Covid jabs given to the inhabitants of south-east London has been revealed.

Over 2 million doses of jab have been administered, according to government Coronavirus data.

Bromley reaches the highest number of jabbed locals at 467,299, with Dartford remaining the lowest at 149,734.

The Bexley Council encourages people to get the vaccine when they are called.

How many vaccinations have been given so far (both doses)?

Dartford: 149,734

Bexley: 330,688

Lewisham: 370,724

Greenwich: 361,328

Southwark: 419,427

Bromley: 467,299

Over 113 million jabs have been given across the UK.

However, the UK recorded a further 44,917 cases on Monday, an increase of 8.4 per cent on the previous seven days.

The age group over 40s were also called forward to receive their booster job.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed on Twitter: “Fantastic booster news: 16 million people have come forward and supplemented their protection with a booster jab.

“We know that vaccine immunity weakens over time. The best thing you can do this winter to protect yourself and others is to #GetBoosted as soon as you are eligible.”

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The data does not include the booster jabs that are also being managed.

The data were collected using the information published on the government’s coronavirus dashboard.

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