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Double jabbed make up small percentage of England's coronavirus deaths

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Get the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox so you never miss a thing Double jabbed people counted for only 1.2% of the 51,281 Covid deaths in England between January and July this year.

The ONS figures have been published as proof of the vaccine roll-out success. These statistics reveal 51,281 deaths involving coronavirus happened in England between January and July. READ MORE: "You'll never know what it's like to lose a child until you lose a child": Transport bosses launch hard-hitting road safety campaign These figures also include those who had Covid before being jabbed, the Guardian reports.

In these figures, 458 were people who died at least 28 days after their second dose - or 0.8%. And only 256 (0.5%) of deaths were

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