Enhancing Covid Vaccination Charges for Older Individuals in South East London

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The rate of coronavirus vaccination among the elderly has improved dramatically in south east London compared to late last month.

The exact numbers on Jan. 24 showed that south-east London lags far behind other regions, reaching just 60.4% of the over 80s, while the national average was 75-85%.

This made the body tasked with delivering the Our Healthier South East London rollout the worst performing in the country.

However, the latest numbers show a dramatic improvement in south east London, which has caught up with other regions to become one of the top performing in the capital.

Numbers are based on preliminary data from NHS England for vaccinations through February 7th.

The areas are officially known as Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs).

There are 42 STPs in England, each made up of a range of local authorities, NHS trusts and clinical mandate groups.

Numbers are based on preliminary data from NHS England for vaccinations through February 7th.

The list is from left to right: Name of the STP; estimated percentage of 70 to 74 year olds who received the first dose; estimated percentage of 75 to 79 year olds who received the first dose; Estimated percentage of people aged 80 and over who received the first dose.

In some cases, the percentage is above 100% because the population estimates are not exactly the number of people eligible for a first dose in this area.

– – London

Our Healthier South East London 83.2% 86.2% 80.5%

South West London Health and Care Partnership 80.8% 89.1% 84.0%

Health and Care Partnership in North West London 76.7% 80.9% 78.2%

North London Partners in Health and Care 78.2% 81.1% 76.3%

East London Health and Care Partnership 78.0% 78.8% 73.1%

– – East england

Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes 75.8% 95.7% 88.4%

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough 83.4% 100.9% 91.8%

Hertfordshire and West Essex 78.9% 98.2% 90.7%

Mid and South Essex 68.0% 96.8% 90.2%

Norfolk and Waveney Health and Care Partnership 72.8% 97.3% 94.3%

Suffolk and North East Essex 70.0% 96.3% 92.2%

– Midlands

Birmingham and Solihull 86.1% 92.7% 85.0%

Coventry and Warwickshire 81.6% 98.6% 92.5%

Herefordshire and Worcestershire 76.5% 100.6% 96.1%

Joined Up Care Derbyshire 87.0% 100.2% 92.7%

Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland 67.0% 96.4% 91.9%

Lincolnshire 67.8% 96.6% 96.1%

Northamptonshire 76.7% 101.9% 93.8%

Health and Care in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire 66.8% 93.3% 89.6%

Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin 78.4% 94.0% 96.4%

Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent 76.9% 98.4% 96.5%

The Black Country and West Birmingham 79.8% 88.4% 87.4%

– North East England and Yorkshire

Cumbria and Northeast 64.0% 96.6% 94.0%

Humber, Coast and Vale 72.4% 98.4% 94.6%

South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw 70.7% 94.1% 91.4%

West Yorkshire and Harrogate (Health and Care Partnership) 73.8% 94.8% 91.8%

– North West England

Cheshire and Merseyside 81.5% 95.0% 91.7%

Greater Manchester Health and Welfare Partnership 84.8% 94.6% 89.4%

Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria 82.4% 97.9% 94.1%

– South East England

Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West 61.5% 96.2% 93.7%

Frimley Health and Care ICS 73.6% 96.5% 93.4%

Hampshire and the Isle of Wight 69.2% 99.8% 94.5%

Kent and Medway 67.4% 94.5% 90.7%

Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership 75.6% 95.6% 91.0%

Sussex Health and Care Partnership 67.2% 96.7% 90.3%

– South West England

Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire 76.1% 99.4% 96.0%

Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire 78.8% 99.4% 94.7%

Cornwall and the Scilly Partnership for Health and Social Affairs 65.6% 100.5% 95.6%

Devonian 53.9% 98.3% 95.8%

Dorset 74.5% 101.4% 96.0%

Gloucestershire 70.0% 99.3% 98.0%

Somerset 83.9% 102.8% 96.3%