There are twelve neighbourhoods in Surrey where at least a quarter of people are yet to get their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
The first coronavirus vaccines were dished out more than 11 months ago in December 2020.
Millions of people across the country have since travelled to vaccination centres, set up in community centres, doctors surgeries and even race courses, to protect themselves from the virus.
The government is currently rolling out a scheme to provide booster vaccines for people over 40 who received their second dose at least 6 months ago.
However, latest data shows that in some neighbourhoods a significant number of people are yet to receive any dose of the vaccine.
Just 68.7 per cent of people living in Onslow Village and University, in Guildford, have received one dose of the coronavirus vaccine. This is the third lowest uptake in Surrey.
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This is followed by the Woking neighbourhood of Sheerwater, where just 67.8 per cent of residents have had one dose.
The neighbourhood of Englefield Green and University, in Runneymede has lowest uptake of the vaccine in Surrey. Just under two thirds of residents have had at least one vaccine dose.
In comparison, Lightwater in Surrey Heath has the highest uptake of the vaccine in Surrey, as the data shows 90 per cent of residents have received one dose.
Tandridge is the only area in Surrey where at least 80 per cent of residents in every neighbourhood have received at least one dose.
The 12 Surrey neighbourhoods with the lowest vaccine uptake
- Runnymede, Egham Town – 74.7 per cent
- Woking, Woking Central – 74.4 per cent
- Spelthorne, Staines Town – 74 per cent
- Spelthorne, Stanwell North & Stanwell Moor – 73.6 per cent
- Spelthorne, Stanwell South – 72.5 per cent
- Elmbridge, Cobham – 71.7 per cent
- Guildford, Park Barn & Royal Surrey – 71 per cent
- Guildford, Onslow Village and University – 68.7 per cent
- Woking, Sheerwater – 67.8 per cent
- Runnymede, Englefield Green & University – 62.6 per cent
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