Child Vaccination Rates as Low as 3.5% In Areas of England

ER Editor: With over 20 years of MASS migration into the UK, we don’t believe the following population figues necessarily, but we’re presenting them to offer a comparison between the population sizes of England and Scotland.

The overall population of the UK, including Scotland, Wales and N. Ireland, is a little over 67 million for 2020 (see why this could be a serious underestimation – The Truth About Britain’s Migrant Numbers – Is The Population Closer to 80 Million?). Scotland has just over 5 million of that, Wales with a little over 3 million, and N. Ireland just under 2.

Which is to say that when English children or Scottish children are vaccinated at, say, a rate of 10%, the raw numbers are nowhere near the same in terms of actual children injected.

The original report from Mail Online puts the total % of 12-15 years olds vaccinated in England at 15%. (We warn against this piece, which uses clearly positive language when talking about high vaccine uptake among teenagers.)

On the graphic below, areas in red from 1-5 and 7 & 8 are areas of London, many very working class with probably large immigrant populations.

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Child Vaccination Rates as Low as 3.5% In Areas of England

DAILY SCEPTIC

Covid vaccines have been available for young English teenagers for almost a month but take-up rates are as low as 3.5%.

Wokingham has jabbed the highest proportion of 12-15 year-olds in the country (just over 36%) but the figure for the whole of England (15%) lags far behind that of Scotland.

MailOnline has the story.

The picture is very different in Scotland, where the rate stands at around 46.5%, with some areas of the country jabbing almost two thirds of their young teens.

The figures come off the back of rising concerns about a surge in coronavirus cases among young teens in England.

Random swabbing data suggests around 8% of secondary school pupils were carrying the virus last week. Separate figures show infection rates in children have reached record highs. …

First doses of Covid vaccine started being rolled out to all the UK’s 3.2 million 12-15 year-olds on September 20th.

But the move was controversial, with concerns over a very rare risk of heart inflammation called myocarditis, estimated to affect 3-17 per million children under the age of 16 after their first Covid jab.

This risk increases to 12-24 per million children when they receive a second dose of the vaccine.

While in most cases the condition is mild, scientists do not know the long term implications. …

More than a third of England’s 149 upper tier local authorities (55) have vaccinated fewer than one in 10 young teens.

The three worst areas for England and the U.K. are in London.

Worth reading in full.

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