58.3 per cent of Moray's adults fully vaccinated against Covid-19
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MORE than 45,000 adults in Moray have now received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine.
This means that 58.3 per cent of those aged 18 and over in Moray are now fully vaccinated.
Despite the Fiona Elcock Vaccination Centre in Elgin being closed for a deep clean this week, a total of 3408 second jabs have been administered within the last seven days, taking the number of people given two vaccine doses to 45,184.
A total of 418 first jabs were given in the same period of time. Across Moray, 68,884 people (88.9 per cent of the area's adult population) have now received at least the first dose of a vaccine.
This remains the highest first dose coverage in mainland Scotland.
Across Scotland, 76.9 per cent of adults (3,422,431 people) have received their first jab and 52.1 per cent (2,313,695 people) have received both.
Across the NHS Grampian health board region 77.9 per cent of adults (369,109 people) have received a first dose, with 51.4 per cent (243,666 people) having been fully vaccinated.
The graphs below show each local authority and health board's vaccination progress, with extra details for Moray at the bottom.