Basingstoke Fire Station, the Hampshire Court Hotel and Jameson House have all recorded milestones in the Covid vaccine rollout on Saturday.

The fire station, which is run by Solent NHS Trust, administered its 100,000th vaccine dose.

Meanwhile, Basingstoke's GP surgeries, who are running the vaccine centres at the Hampshire Court Hotel and Jameson House, have administered their 150,000th dose.

It comes as the Hampshire Court Hotel prepares to administer its final doses of the Covid vaccine on Sunday, six months after becoming the first vaccination clinic in Basingstoke.

GPs will still be operating the vaccination site at Jameson House, whilst the fire station, and pharmacies in Basingstoke and Alton, will also offer first and second doses.

The 100,000th dose at Basingstoke Fire Station was administered by firefighter Alex Cordwell.

She tweeted: "None of this would have been possible without the amazing team of people, working in the public eye and behind the scenes.

"Our teamwork has allowed us to reach this incredible milestone. Proud of each and every one of you involved."

Reacting to the news, North Hampshire Group Commander at Hampshire and Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service, Ryan Thurman, said: "Amazing achievement. Well done to everyone involved."

Earlier this year, the team at the Hampshire Court Hotel was recognised by health secretary Matt Hancock as one of the most successful centres in the country.

Currently, all adults in north Hampshire are being invited to book a slot by GP surgeries, whilst anyone 25 or over can book on the NHS website.

As of June 11, 78.4 per cent of the UK population has received at least one dose, with 55.9 per cent receiving both doses.

In Basingstoke and Deane, 114,396 (74.8%) have had their first dose, with 79,995 (52.3%) having a second dose.