More local sites will be offering the Covid-19 vaccine to the most at-risk groups from next Wednesday (January 20).
GP practices in Cambridge and the surrounding areas will start to deliver Covid-19 vaccinations to local residents aged over 80 this week.
Cambridgeshire County Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council support Department for Transport's scheme
City council says number of stalls will be cut in bid to reduce casualties in city
Facility set up at West Cambridge site
Many areas have had their highest numbers since the pandemic began.
Maud Coulson, 85, a resident at Vera James Care Home in Ely, became one of the first in the county to receive it.
One Cambridge primary school has seen ten times as many pupils turn up for classroom learning compared with the first lockdown.
17 million doses have been ordered by the UK government
The primary headteacher spoke out after the Prime Minister Boris Johnson claimed schools were safe only to close them hours later.
Teaching is moving online and most students are not returning to Cambridge.
A Cambridge doctor is warning the public that the Covid-19 virus can linger in the air and infect people in badly ventilated rooms
The mayor of Cambridgeshire has called for a vaccine roll-out timetable.
Research shows booster dose ensured immune response was as effective in older mice.
Two more surgeries join the programme from January 7.
Government’s hopes pinned on ‘fair wind’ rollout in time for summer