Latest Vaccination Rates Published for the Chiswick Area

Those aged 56 and over now being invited to receive their jab

Chiswick's vaccination rate well below national average
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The latest official figures show that over 80% of over-65s in Chiswick have now received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

The area has one of the highest vaccine take up rates within the M25 but these remain significantly below the national average with NHS England figures showing that 93.6% of over-65s across the country had received their first dose by 28 February.

Uptake figures are based on the latest population estimates by Public Health England's National Immunisation Management Service (NIMS).

Officially the vaccine roll-out has been widened to the over-60s this week but locally those aged 56 and over are being invited to book an appointment to get the jab.

As well as those meeting the age requirement you are also invited to book an appointment for the vaccine if you are:

  • at high risk from coronavirus (clinically extremely vulnerable)
  • an eligible frontline health or social care worker
  • you have a condition that puts you at higher risk (clinically vulnerable)
  • you have a learning disability
  • a main carer for someone at high risk from coronavirus

You need to be registered with a GP in England to make a booking. GPs have been told to prepare to receive twice as many doses in March.

There have been reports of vaccine shortages locally last week but this Saturday (6 March) at the medical centre on Fisher’s Lane there were a significant number of jabs being given out with the queue being compromised of people mainly at the lower end of the eligible age requirement.

The two local boroughs, Ealing and Hounslow, continue to have the highest rates of Covid-19 infections in London.

Covid-19 Vaccine Rates to 28 February





Population over 65 Percentage receiving vaccine over-65

Chiswick North East





Chiswick South East





Chiswick South West





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Chiswick North West





Map showing the areas from the table above
Map showing the areas from the table above

Over 2,000,000 people have now been vaccinated in London equivalent to 29% of the population.

The latest figures also show that one in four social care staff still haven't been vaccinated with the rate falling to just 58% in London.

In the week ending the 28 February an additional 2,249,002 people were reported to have received an NHS vaccination for COVID-19 in England. This took the total number of people vaccinated with at least one dose to17,179,491.

Of those vaccinated, 598,345 people have received a second dose, taking the total number of vaccinations given to 17,777,836.

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March 7, 2021

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