Covid vaccines: Interactive map reveals how many people have been vaccinated in neighbourhoods around Sheffield
Millions of people have now received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
New figures from NHS England now reveal how many people have been vaccinated in neighbourhoods across the country.
In Sheffield 177,363 people received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine between 8th December 2020 and 7th March 2021.
Sheffield CCG is now calling for people over the age of 56 to book their vaccinations at the centre set up at Sheffield Arena.
This comes after all the cohorts of people in older age groups have been offered the vaccine, including those in the top four most vulnerable groups.
And a spokesperson for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which operates the Arena vaccination centre, said that capacity at the centre is expected to increase in the next few weeks to cater for the ever-increasing number of people eligible to book their jabs.
Giving advice on booking jabs, they said: "We are very busy at the moment because the vaccinations have opened up to more cohorts. Vaccinations are happening constantly, all day every day, and we are about to significantly increase the capacity at the Arena.
"If for some reason you try to book and there are no slots available, we just ask you to try a bit later, maybe the following morning, and at that point some extra slots may have been made available.”
This interactive map shows how many people have been vaccinated in Sheffield and across the North East and Yorkshire.
Zoom in on your local area and explore to see how many people have been vaccinated around the country.