COVID in Fife: Two thirds of Kingdom has now had two jags, data reveals

Nearly two-thirds of people in Fife have received two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, figures reveal.

Tuesday, 6th July 2021, 4:20 am

Public Health Scotland data shows 191,369 people had received both jags by June 30.

That was up 3,261 compared to the previous week.

It means 63% of people aged 18 and over in the Kingdom have now received two doses, using the latest Scottish population estimates.

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The data also shows a total of 259,668 Fifers received a first dose of the vaccine – 86% of the over 18s.

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Across Scotland, 2.7 million people had received both jabs by June 30, 61% of the population.

That was an increase of 84,600 from the week before.

The data also shows that 3.8 million people across Scotland have received a first jab, 86% of the population.

Of those, 3.3 million people were aged 30 and over – 93% of the age group.

Public Health Scotland's vaccination rollout began on December 8.

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