Certainly down here in Dorset, our Surgery did 1000 jabs last Saturday and will have done a further 3000 by close of play today. That's over-80s, care home and NHS staff, plus others in Group 1.My OA’s Trust, mentioned a few pages back, ~4K staff. All front line clinical staff vaccinated (1st jab) by end of last week (week 1), balance of Trust staff vaccinations due this weekend, save for waifs and strays. Morale, through roof.
I believe there are some issues with certain local GP surgeries... but programme going great guns. Top work people.
A friend's elderly mother in Bristol has had her two jabs. She and her chums, all over 90, don't live in care homes, and transport has been a challenge, but no one is moaning, just inconveniencing themselves to get parents / grandparents jabbed.
Our local taxi firm is offering free, safe transport to the surgery for those who need it. My cousin in Sussex has reported a local taxi firm offering a low fixed price to transport, wait for and return folk after their jabs.
Too much good news, obviously.