Here is the latest data on how many people have received one or two Covid-19 vaccine doses across Berkshire.

The latest data was released on April 29 and shows Reading and Slough are behind other areas in Berkshire in terms of the percentage of the population that has received two doses of a Covid vaccine.

In Reading, 46 per cent of people have received two doses of the vaccine, while in Slough, 44 per cent of people have received a vaccine, as of the latest data from April 29.

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The area with the highest rollout of both doses is in Windsor & Maidenhead, where 64 per cent of people have had two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, followed by West Berkshire with 63 per cent, Wokingham with 62 per cent and Bracknell Forest with 59 per cent.

How many people have been vaccinated in each age group?

Looking at rollout of the first dose, vaccination levels has been highest among those aged 50+ in West Berkshire, and lowest in Slough.

Among the under 50s, vaccination levels have been highest Windsor & Maidenhead and lowest in Reading.

Looking at the rollout of both doses among the different age groups, there is less of a clear situation, with different areas performing well in different age groups.

One standout is Reading’s performance among 65-69s, which is 10 per cent higher than any other area.

Despite high levels overall, West Berkshire’s double-vaccination of 70-74 year olds is 10 per cent lower than any other area.

Which vaccines are approved for use in the UK?

Three vaccines have been approved for use in the UK:

  • Pfizer/BioNTech
  • Oxford/AstraZeneca
  • Moderna

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Each uses a two dose-system. In the UK, the second dose is being given within 12 weeks of the first.