03:23PM, Monday 22 March 2021
More than a third of the population in Windsor and Maidenhead has received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to figures from the NHS.
Statistics released on Thursday show that 52,937 people have now received at least one jab, accounting for more than a third of the borough's population, which is around 150,000.
Of those who have had a jab, 13,436 are under-55s, 5,528 aged 55-59, 7,019 are 60-64, 6,704 are 65-69, 6,946 are 70-74, 5,342 are 75-79 and 7,962 are in the most vulnerable over-80 bracket.
Meanwhile, in Slough, 37,048 have received a vaccine, just under a quarter of the population.
In total, 15,578 are under-55s, 3,482 aged 55-59, 4,158 are 60-64, 4,450 are 65-69, 3,494 are 70-74 and 2,275 are 75-79 and 3,611 are 80 or older.
The race to get as many people vaccinated against coronavirus has ramped up in the Royal Borough and Slough amidst an ongoing rise in cases across the country.