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Covid-19 Islington Data

This page provides coronavirus data information in Islington including information on long Covid.

Vaccinations

168,598 of Islington residents have had their first vaccine at least, up to 18 March 2022.

The dashboard summarises the vaccination uptake in Islington based on data from UK Health Security Agency Local Authority level vaccination data.

The dashboard provided information on:

  • Total number of vaccinations by first, second and third or booster dose
  • Vaccination uptake by age group, ethnicity, deprivation and ward

You can look up specific demographic data by using the dropdown list on the bottom right hand corner on each slide such as vaccination uptake by age group in a specific area.

The following statistics may be difficult to adjust for some users. If you have difficulty accessing these please contact PHASS@islington.gov.uk.

Find out how and where to get the Covid-19 vaccine in Islington, as well as support and other factual information on our Covid vaccinations page

You can get up to date data on vaccination uptake from the Gov.uk website

See daily updates on number of vaccinations

 

Long Covid

Between 3% and 12% of people who have Covid-19, remain symptomatic for at least four weeks after the infection. Symptoms of long Covid include fatigue, breathlessness, muscle aches, sleep disturbance, depression and difficulty concentrating among others. A high proportion (around two thirds) report a significant impact on their daily life.

Some people continue to have symptoms for much longer. In August 2021, we estimated 1.4% of the Islington population were living with persistent symptoms of Long Covid lasting beyond 12 weeks (3,395 people in Islington).

Up to 10% of people who have Covid-19, remain symptomatic for at least four weeks after the infection. Symptoms of long Covid include fatigue, breathlessness, muscle aches, sleep disturbance, depression and difficulty concentrating among others. A high proportion (up to three quarters) report a significant impact on their daily life.

Some people continue to have symptoms for much longer. In August 2021, we estimated 1.15% of the Islington population were living with persistent symptoms of Long Covid lasting beyond 12 weeks (2,788 people in Islington).

A review suggests that individuals who have been vaccinated and had Covid-19 are less likely to report Long Covid symptoms such as fatigue and other health problems than unvaccinated individuals.

More information on Long Covid

Healthwatch Report 2022

Resident experiences and impacts of Long Covid in North Central London are now available to read. The information gathered can be used to support the development of services and systems to help local people manage their symptoms.

Healthwatch Report 2022

If you have any questions or would like more information, you can contact the Camden and Islington Public by emailing PHASS@islington.gov.uk.

Covid-19 resident survey 2021

In 2021 we undertook a survey among Islington residents to find out how they were coping with the longer-term effects of Covid-19. The results of that survey are now available to read. 

Read the survey results

However, the crisis is not over, as lockdown eases and non-essential shops begin to open there is a risk of a resurgence in Covid-19. 

Monitoring Covid-19 infections and deaths on a regular basis will help to keep everyone in Islington safe and make sure we can stop the spread of the virus. These statistics will be updated on a weekly basis.

 

However, the crisis is not over, as lockdown eases and non-essential shops begin to open there is a risk of a resurgence in Covid-19.

Monitoring Covid-19 infections and deaths on a regular basis will help to keep everyone in Islington safe and make sure we can stop the spread of the virus. These statistics will be updated on a weekly basis.

 
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