As the roll out is being done by age and vulnerability, neighbourhoods with an older population, or more residents with underlying health issues, are likely to have higher vaccination rates.
The below map shows the number of vaccines given in specific Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOAs). MSOAs are geographic units designed to improve the reporting of small area statistics in England and Wales, with an average of 7,000 people per MSOA.
- Yaxley and Farcet - 3,784
- Orton West and Castor - 3,632
- Stanground - 3,612
- Longthorpe and Netherton - 3,451
- Newborough and Peakirk - 3,272
- Walton - 3,218
- Fengate and Parnwell - 2,928
- Eye and Thorney - 2,786
- Hargate and Orton Longueville - 2,786
- West Town and Woodston - 2,634
- Paston - 2,629
- Bretton Park - 2,579
- Glinton, Northborough and Maxey - 2,530
- Fletton - 2,516
- Dogsthorpe - 2,482
- Hampton Vale - 2,406
- Orton Malborne and Goldhay - 2,378
- Central Park - 2,232
- Peterborough Central - 2,042
- Barnack, Wittering and Wansford - 2,035
- North Bretton and Westwood - 1,912
- Millfield and Bourges Boulevard - 1,880
- Werrington - 1,838
These figures represent the number of vaccines given as of March 7, 2021.
More than 500 vaccines were delivered to residents of Yaxley and Farcet, giving this MSOA the new highest vaccine number. Longthorpe and Netherton remains the area with the highest percentage of people vaccinated, with 48% of the local population having received the first jab.
Stanground has also seen a jump in figures, with 426 vaccines administered last week.
Werrington saw the fewest residents vaccinated over the seven days to March 7, with 179 doses delivered to people from this area.
Across the Peterborough local authority, 6,300 vaccines were given last week.