Chiswick's Vaccination Rates Lagging London Average

Health experts believe this is contributing to higher levels of infection

Big effort being made to encourage young to get vaccinated

W4 residents are being urged to take up the offer of Covid-19 vaccination after figures showed take up in the area was behind other parts of the capital.

The latest figures from the Office of National Statistics show that 68.3% of Chiswick adult population has been vaccinated by 5 July compared to a London average of 77.6%.

For second doses the average is 47.7% compared to 52.0% for the whole of London.

Local health experts believe there will be a close correlation between the spread of the Delta variant of the disease and the level of vaccination so further efforts are being made to encourage more people to get their jab particularly younger people.

For the whole of London 52.2% of 18-24 year olds have received their first dose with just 15.0% having had their second. This rises to 65.9% and 20.1% respectively for the 25-29 age group.

A walk in vaccination centre continues to operate at the Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre and first and second doses of both the Pfizer and Astra Zeneca vaccines will be available this weekend on a walk in basis (Saturday 10 July - 8.30am to 7.30pm & Sunday 11 July - 8.30am to 6pm).

A survey of those aged 18-40 in the borough of Hounslow is being undertaken to help the council better understand that age groups attitude to the vaccine.

Infection rates have continue to rise in the Chiswick area with over 100 cases in the week to 5 July.

Overall Hounslow Borough has an infection rate of 146 per 100,000 population which is below the London average whereas Ealing Borough is at 195. The worst affected local authority area in London is Hammersmith & Fulham which has an infection rate of 302.

Covid-19 Cases and Vaccination Rates

Area (MSOA)


Cases per 100,000
(Seven Day Rolling Rate to 1 July)

Change (%)

First Dose up to 5 July (%)
Second Dose up to 5 July (%)

Chiswick North East





Bedford Park





Chiswick North West





Chiswick South East





Chiswick Park





Chiswick South West





Map showing the areas from the table above
Map showing the Middle Super Output Areas from the table above. Source: ONS

Up to and including 5 July 5,373,940 people in London had received the first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine and 3,604,761 had received two doses.

The total number of Covid-19 cases identified in London is 780,123 as at 5 July 2021, this compares to 4,307,618 cases for England as a whole

In the most recent week of complete data, (25 June - 01 July) 17,207 cases were identified in London, a rate of 192 cases per 100,000 population. This compares with 10,009 cases and a rate of 112 for the previous week.

In the same week, 134,680 cases were identified in England as a whole, a rate of 239 cases per 100,000 population. This compares with 78,067 cases and a rate of 139 for the previous week.

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July 7, 2021