Covid-19: Number of weekly jabs in Harlow lowest ever as over 20,000 adults in the town remain unvaccinated
Health / Thu 21st Oct 2021 at 04:36pm
THE number of vaccinations issued in Harlow each week is getting smaller and smaller.
This week just 396 were issued. That must be the smallest number since the process began at the beginning of the year.
That brings a total of 116,595.
The number of those who have had both jabs in Harlow is 55,681.
Once again well done to all those involved in the whole operation.
The fact remains that there are over 20,000 adults in Harlow who have yet to have both jabs.
There is a definite sense of drift when it comes to getting the message out.
This is surely the the when the nurses and doctors need all the support they can from their admin teams to get the message out to the thousands, even as much as 20,000 who have yet to be vaccinated at all.
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Under 18: 1, 744
Overall Total: 116,595
I have to ask why - they risk themselves and anyone who is in contact with them.
Can you please explain how this figure was calculated as the Nomis website (link from https://www.harlow.gov.uk/your-council/accessing-information/statistics) gives the population of Harlow as 87,300 ?
Christine, some people don’t willingly risk it. Others are advised by medical professionals against the vaccine due to heart or lung conditions. Some are scared it may have side effects and a small portion of those without the vaccine are indeed anti-vax. The majority however are a mix of the fore mentioned.
There's risk in everything, drive a car, cross the road, getting tipsy and falling, there's even been fatal accidents by people falling when putting their pants on.... The risk of serious or fatal consequences from not taking the jabs is greater than the risk of serious side effects from taking them. Also, if you don't take the jab kindly isolate, you might be an asymptomatic carrier and any concerns anyone might have surely doesn't give them the right to infect others does it?
The "plan" demic