Here is your latest data round-up on vaccinations in Wiltshire, with the option to check the covid vaccine uptake in your local area specifically.

As per government data up to and including October 4, in Wiltshire 89% of residents have received their first vaccine with 83.4% receiving their second dose.

In Wiltshire a total of 370,043 people are fully vaccinated, with 394,797 first doses being given out in total. 

The borough of Swindon has a lower uptake compared to the county of Wiltshire with 84.7% receiving their first dose and 79.1% receiving their second. 

These figures have only increased slightly since the last time we did a Covid vaccine round up

The government has split Wiltshire up into areas they call MSOAs (Middle Super Output Areas) which are small areas that have an average population of 7,200.

The five MSOAs in Wiltshire with the lowest uptake for first doses are: Trowbridge South (84.5%); Salisbury Town North and Milford (83.7%); Tidworth and Ludgershall (83.6%); Trowbridge Southeast (83.3%); and Trowbridge North (79%).

The top five areas for first dose uptake are: Sherston and Hullavington (93.1%); Great Wishford, Woodford Valley and Porton (92.6); Whaddon, Whiteparish and Winterslow (92.4%); Somerford, Dauntsey and Minety (92.3%); and Downton and Morgan’s vale (92.3%).

For second doses, the top MSOA is Whaddon, Whiteparish and Winterslow (88.7%) and the worst area is Tidworth and Ludgershall (70.8%).

Check how first dose and second dose vaccination uptake in your area compares to the rest of Wiltshire in this graph below.


For an interactive graph of vaccination rates across the Uk use the government's coronavirus tracker.

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