More than 65,000 in Moray fully-vaccinated as programme reaches its conclusion
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THE number of people fully vaccinated against Covid-19 in Moray has past the 65,000 mark.
In total, 65,503 people aged 18 plus in Moray are now fully vaccinated, which is 84.5 per cent of the area's adults.
In the last week, 700 people have been given their second jab as the inoculation programme draws to a close.
Moray has the highest percentage of people fully vaccinated on mainland Scotland.
The Fiona Elcock Vaccination Centre in Elgin remains open for walk-in jabs, for both first and second doses.
A total of 70,755 (91.3 per cent of Moray's adult population) have received one dose of a vaccine. This means 131 people have been given their first dose in the last week.
Across the NHS Grampian health board region, 88.4 per cent of adults (418,588 people) have received a first dose, with 74.5 per cent (352,798 people) having been fully vaccinated.
In Scotland, 89.8 per cent of adults (4,014,212 people) have received their first jab and 72.5 per cent (3,231,331 people) have received both.
The graphs below show each local authority and health board's vaccination progress, with extra details for Moray at the bottom.