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COVID-19 vaccination statistics

Find out how our vaccination rollout is progressing – view headline figures for the number of people vaccinated and the number booked for a jab in the coming week.

The data is used by Isle of Man Government to deliver the programme, and breaks down by age, date and location of vaccination.

You can also follow progress in reaching each of the priority groups of the programme, as set out by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation.

Drill down for further information by clicking on the various data charts and graphs.

 

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The vaccination team is currently working on updating the vaccination dashboard so that it is in line with the current rollout to all specified age groups. Currently, the dashboard is based on the eligible cohort being those aged 18 and over, as was the intended group for the vaccination rollout.

The rollout has now been extended to further groups so the update will include:

  • Data to reflect the additional cohorts that are being offered the vaccine – those aged 12 and over
  • Data to reflect the additional dose schedules

Therefore, these changes will affect the following:

  • The percentage of first doses administered will appear to have decreased, this is due to an increase in the eligible population
  • The percentage of second doses administered will appear to have increased and be higher than first doses, this is due to not all priority groups being eligible for a second dose
  • The percentage and number of booster vaccines administered to the eligible population

While the updating of the dashboard is in process, it may take some time to include all the extra data. The new dashboard should be live within the next week.

 

Individual priority group populations are initially derived from age banded GP registrations. Where it is known that an individual exists in more than one priority group (ie. staff in groups 1 & 2 and those in clinical groups 4 & 6) their respective age band priority group has been adjusted accordingly. This means the vaccination is recorded against the cohort in which it took place, not the age group to which the individual belongs.

Not all duplicates are known and as with any mass data entry system there will be a degree of data inaccuracy, therefore some group level populations may not be 100% correct. The total phase 1 and phase 2 populations are known values therefore the vaccination rate across each phase is accurate.

The COVID 19 Vaccination Statistics Summary is automatically updated at 90 minute intervals each day at:

8am, 9.30am, 11am, 12.30pm, 2pm, 3.30pm, 5pm, 6.30pm

Please note, during operational hours the data is drawn from multiple systems so may appear out of sync for a short period.

There may be a delay in displaying data relating to vaccinations not given in the main hubs – those administered in the community, at care homes for instance.

No personal identifiable information is displayed within this dashboard.