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 to residents of 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 & Farcet - 5,038
- Stanground - 4,873
- Orton West & Castor - 4,591
- Newborough & Peakirk - 4,085
- Longthorpe & Netherton - 4,064
- Walton - 3,949
- Fengate & Parnwell - 3,665
- Hargate & Orton Longueville - 3,579
- Eye & Thorney - 3,464
- Paston - 3,349
- Fletton - 3,313
- West Town & Woodston - 3,311
- Hampton Vale - 3,284
- Bretton Park - 3,270
- Glinton, Northborough & Maxey - 3,250
- Dogsthorpe - 3,123
- Orton Malborne & Goldhay - 3,098
- Central Park - 2,915
- Peterborough Central - 2,730
- Barnack, Wittering & Wansford - 2,683
- Millfield & Bourges Boulevard - 2,483
- Werrington - 2,448
- North Bretton & Westwood - 2,444
These figures represent the number of vaccines given as of March 21, 2021.
In Yaxley, 685 people were vaccinated in the week to March 21, while 714 were vaccinated in Stanground.
The third most successful area this week was Glinton, Northborough and Maxey, with 506 vaccines administered. The week prior, this MSOA saw the fewest people vaccinated - but they've caught up, leapfrogging Dogsthorpe and Orton Malborne and Goldhay in the table.
North Bretton and Westwood saw the fewest new vaccinations in the week to March 21, dropping the area to the bottom of the table.
Across the Peterborough local authority, 8,555 jabs were given last week.