Around one in five people in Reading have received at least one Covid-19 vaccine dose.

NHS vaccine figures have been released showing how many people have received a first dose in every area in Reading.

The figures show the number of people vaccinated in four age groups – under 70s, 70-74, 75-79 and 80+ – as of February 25.

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Reading is split into 18 zones across the Reading Borough Council (RBC) local authority borough.

The table below shows the number of people who have received at least one dose by which area of Reading they live in, by age group, as well as showing the total amount.

A total of 30,865 in Reading have received at least one dose of one of the Covid vaccines, which include Pfizer-BioNTech and Oxford AstraZeneca.

Reading has a population of 161,780, as of data from 2019, which means roughly 19 per cent of people have received a dose of the vaccine in the borough.

The statistics show Caversham Heights is the area where most people have been vaccinated, with Whitley Wood the lowest.

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Looking at the wider Reading East and Reading West parliamentary constituencies, which cover a wider area, these are the figures:

Reading East: 

Total: 24,075

Under 70s: 13,261

70-74: 3,665

75-79: 2,897

80+: 4,252

Reading West

Total: 22,396

Under 70s: 10,990

70-74: 4,003

75-79: 3,020

80+: 4,383

Reading East MP Matt Rodda said he is “deeply impressed” with the work undertaken to get people vaccinated.

Reading East MP Matt Rodda praised the work done so far

Reading East MP Matt Rodda praised the work done so far

Other parts of Berkshire

Looking across Berkshire, we can see a higher percentage of people in Windsor & Maidenhead and West Berkshire residents have received at least one vaccine, with the lowest in Slough.