More than 50 per cent of Moray's adults fully vaccinated against Covid-19
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MORE than half of Moray's adults have now been given two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Today's figures show that 53.9 per cent of those aged 18 and over in Moray are now fully vaccinated.
In the last week, 5296 second jabs have been administered – an increase on the 5010 the week prior – taking the number of people given two doses of a vaccine in Moray to 41,776.
The first dose roll out is now coming to an end, with 564 people having received their first jab in Moray within the last week.
Elgin's Fiona Elcock Vaccination Centre is set to close for a deep clean next week before the roll out continues with second jabs on June 14.
The total number of people to have received a first jab is 68,466 (88.3 per cent of Moray's adult population). This remains the highest first dose coverage in mainland Scotland.
Across Scotland, 73.8 per cent of adults (3,286,261 people) have received their first jab and 47.4 per cent (2,106,177 people) have received both.
Across the NHS Grampian health board region, 76 per cent of adults (360,158 people) have received a first dose, with 46.1 per cent (218,232 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.