Vaccination rates by county
The Department of Public Health Mid-West is reporting full uptake of the Covid-19 vaccine among adults in Tipperary.
Figures released from the end of January show that 99.3% of people 18+ have received the vaccine.
Those aged 16-17 had a vaccination rate of 91.65, while those aged 12-15 had a 74.4% rate.
Children aged 5-11 had a vaccination rate of 3.4%.
Full COVID-19 vaccination uptake in Tipperary— Public Health Mid-West (@PublicHealthMW) February 7, 2022
Children aged 5-11: 3.4%
Aged 12-15: 74.4%
Aged 16-17: 91.6%
Adults aged 18+: 99.3%
Data based on @hpscireland weekly report: https://t.co/uJeg6ypWfM pic.twitter.com/C4T4WG679B
All four figures were above the national average.
Public Health Mid-West comprises of Limerick, Clare and North Tipperary.
Tipperary had the highest vaccination rates in the mid-west among the 16 and 17 year olds and the 18+.
The county had the lowest among the 5-11 year olds
These figures are based on those released by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre in their week 4 report.
According to the HPSC report, excluding the under 11s, Tipperary had an overall vaccination rate of 97.4%
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