Dunedin leading New Zealand jab table

Dunedin remains at the top of the table when it comes to the portion of its eligible population that is fully vaccinated.

Ministry of Health figures updated yesterday show 76.94% of the city’s eligible population have had two doses of the vaccine.

That was the best rate for double-dosed citizens in the country.

Dunedin was followed by Queenstown Lakes in second place at 74.32%.

Following in their wake were Marlborough at 74.01%; Central Otago at 72.35%; Auckland at 71.82% and Wellington at 71.72%.

Queenstown Lakes sat at the top of the national leader board when it came to first doses, at 94.85% of eligible people having had one dose.

Selwyn was second at 92.99%; Wellington third at 92.88%, Dunedin fourth at 90.78%; Auckland fifth at 88.49% and Central Otago sixth at 87.43%.

The national double vaccination rate was 66.8%.

The proportion of the total eligible New Zealand population who have had one dose was 85.34%.

 

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