COVID-19 update as of 22 June 2022
Since 1 April 2022 most people in England are no longer able to access free COVID-19 tests and local confirmed case numbers no longer provide a useful indicator of infections in the community,
As a result, we have moved away from reporting confirmed cases. Instead, we're presenting a sub-regional estimate of infection prevalence from the Office for National Statistics' National Infection Survey, which remains valid, as the survey is based on a representative sample of households and is not affected by changes in community testing.
Snapshot of the figures as of 22 June 2022 (data reported up to 19 June 2022)
Residents vaccinated with their first dose: 228,865 (86.2% of the 12+ population)
Residents vaccinated with their second dose: 219,858 (82.8% of the 12+ population)
Residents vaccinated with their booster or third dose: 177,679 (66.9% of the 12+ population)
Residents vaccinated with their first dose in the last 7 days: 24 (down 19)
Residents vaccinated with their second dose in the last 7 days: 98 (down 52)
Residents vaccinated with their booster or third dose in the last 7 days: 237 (down 62)
Total deaths registered involving COVID-19 since 1 January 2020: 862
Deaths registered involving COVID-19 between 4 June and 10 June 2022: 1
The direction of travel (compared to the previous 7 days): down 1
Please note: numbers in recent days may rise, reflecting diagnostic and reporting turnaround time. All detail within this report is the latest data available prior to publishing (19 June 2022). Week-to-week comparisons are based on the data available at the time each snapshot was published.