COVID vaccine: Two thirds of Fifers have now had first jag
Nearly two-thirds of people in Fife have received the first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, figures reveal.
Public Health Scotland data shows 194,039 people Fife had received their first jag by April 21.
That was up 1% from 192,852 a week earlier.
It means 63% of people aged 16 and over in Fife have now received their first dose, using the latest Scottish population estimates.
The figures include 45,593 people who had their second dose, meaning 15% of over-16s have now had both jags.
Across Scotland, 2.8 million people received a jab by April 21, 61% of the population.
That was an increase of 2% from 2.7 million the week before.
The data also shows that 898,000 people across Scotland have received both jags, 20% of the population.
The data shows 2.1 million people aged 50 and over had received their first jab across Scotland – 98% of the age group.