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According to the latest figures of NHS England, more than three-fifths of over 16s across all boroughs of Greater Manchester have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The data shows that 61.7 % of all adults have received at least one dose of the vaccine -a week earlier than expected.
Here is the latest data on vaccination data for all boroughs of Greater Manchester :
Stockport is the most successful borough of Greater Manchester that almost 70% of the residents who are over 16 in Stockport have received at least one dose of the vaccine.
Trafford has the second-highest vaccination levels that 68.5 % of the residents have already received at the least dose of the vaccine.
Approximately 68% of the residents of Wigan who are over 16s attended the vaccine program.
Like Wigan, the vaccination level is approximately 68% in Tameside.
Salford is one of the only two authorities across the region that have vaccinated fewer than three-fifths of their population.54.9% of the residents have been jabbed.
Fewer than three-fifths of Manchester’s over -16 population have been received at least one dose of the vaccine. According to the latest data,46.8% of the residents of Manchester have been vaccinated.
In Bury, over 89% of the residents who are over the age of 45 have received the vaccine.
87.8% of the residents who are over 45s have been vaccinated in Bolton.
Approximately 86% of the population of Oldham who are over 45s have received the vaccine.
The data of Rochdale is similar to Oldham. 86% of the residents of Rochdale have been vaccinated.