MORE than 1.3 million Covid-19 jabs have been administered across Dorset to date. 

A total of 1,032,036 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been given out across Dorset, according to the latest NHS data.

A total of 566,350 first doses of the life-saving vaccine have been administered county-wide, with 465,686 residents receiving both doses.

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Figures released by NHS England show that a total of 497,105 vaccines have been given across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, by Sunday, July 11. 

There have been 276,546 first doses given across BCP, with 220,559 residents also receiving their second jab.

In wider Dorset there have been 289,804 first doses given and 245,127 residents have received their second dose - a total of 534,931.

There have been 7,247,571 doses administered in the South West.

Everyone aged 18 and over has been able to book their Covid-19 vaccine in England since Friday, June 18.

The NHS  in England has now administered around 67,733,499 doses since Margaret Keenan became the first member of the public to get a jab on December 8.

Three-quarters of people in Dorset have received two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine, figures reveal.