More than 70,000 people in Wokingham have taken at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

According to the latest NHS figures, 351,475 people in Berkshire had received a jab by March 21 and 70,103 of them live in Wokingham.

It has also broken down the data to show how many people in each of the local neighbourhoods, known as Middle Super Output Areas (MSOAs), have been vaccinated.

In Wokingham, Finchampstead is leading the way as 4,753 people had received at least one dose of the jab by March 21.

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The figures show 4,378 people from Shinfield, 3,972 people from Wokingham Town and 3,943 from Crowthorne North have taken the vaccine.

While 3,819 people from Winnersh and 3,760 from Twyford West and Charvil have received a jab.

The number of people in other areas of Wokingham who have been vaccinated: 

  • Spencers Wood and Swallowfield – 3,692
  • Southlake – 3,686
  • Lower Earley North – 3,682
  • Earley – 3,609
  • Wokingham West & South – 3,570
  • Sonning and Woodley North – 3,567
  • Wokingham East – 3,322
  • Wokingham North and Hurst – 3,200
  • Woodley East – 3,119
  • Barkham and Woose Hill – 2,998
  • Arborfield and Garrison – 2,790
  • Twyford East and Wargrave – 2,771
  • Woodley South – 2,771
  • Lower Earley South – 2,701

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Wokingham’s seven-day infection rate peaked at 608.3 cases per 100,000 people when the third national lockdown was announced on January 4.

But it has fallen significantly since then and now stands at 37.4 cases per 100,000.

From March 29, people will be allowed to meet in groups of six or with another household outside, as the government continues to relax the national lockdown restrictions in phases.

Organised outdoor sports can also resume and facilities such as football pitches, tennis courts and outdoor gyms will reopen.