Five areas in England have already given first doses of the coronavirus vaccine to more than 99% of their over-70s.

Meanwhile, the ten slowest vaccinating areas in the country are all in London.

The number of first doses given nationwide passed 17.7million on Monday, official figures show.

The UK’s jab rollout is continuing at pace after Boris Johnson outlined his roadmap out of lockdown yesterday.

Five areas have already given to doses to 99% or more of their over-70s population.

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The Royal Navy gives jabs at one of the fastest-vaccinating areas, Bath

The Royal Navy gives jabs at one of the fastest-vaccinating areas, Bath
(Image: PA)

NHS Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire CCG has given vaccines to 132,234 of over-70s, or 99.0% of that age bracket.

NHS Sunderland CCG has given vaccines to 38,588 or 99.1%
NHS Somerset CCG has given vaccines to 101,655 or 99.3%
NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG has given vaccines to 54,606 or 99.3%
NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG has given vaccines to 28,344 or 99.8%.

The Prime Minister laid out a phased plan for lifting restrictions, beginning with schools, then outdoor meetings and shops.

Vaccines being given at Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, which is one of the fastest vaccinating areas

Vaccines being given at Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, which is one of the fastest vaccinating areas
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In June, social distancing and face coverings rules will be reviewed in hopes of lifting restrictions after the following month.

The PM has vowed all adults in the UK will be vaccinated at the end of July, as he lays out a goal of freedom from restrictions this summer, which is hoped to eventual also allow staycations and lift bans on international travel.

The government says easing the rules will depend on key tests being met – including vaccination rates, as the jab is hoped to eventually replace social distancing measures as protection.

The Government initially shunned the idea of a ‘vaccine passport’ amid widespread concerns they could prompt discrimination as society reopened.

But Mr Johnson confirmed a study would be conducted into whether to introduce “Covid status certification”.

It has been suggested they could help to open up areas that have been forced to remain closed this past year, such as live music, nightclubs and theatres.

Full list of vaccine first doses by area

Here is a list of the latest available figures for the proportion of people aged 70 and over in England who have received a first dose of Covid-19 vaccine, broken down by Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

A jab is given at a drive through vaccination centre in St Albans, north of London

A jab is given at a drive through vaccination centre in St Albans, north of London
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There are 135 CCGs in England, and they commission most of the hospital and community NHS services in the local areas for which they are responsible.

The figures are based on provisional data from NHS England for vaccinations up to February 14.

The below list does not adjust the size of the population of over-70s in each area, as some teams will have higher numbers of elderly people to vaccinate depending on the makeup of the local population.

It also does not adjust for the proportions of clinically vulnerable and health and social care workers each area’s vaccine teams must get through, in addition to their elderly populations.

The figures also do not indicate how many people in each area have missed appointments or declined the offer of a vaccine.

The list is ordered by percentage starting with the lowest, and reads, from left to right: name of CCG; number of people aged 70 and over resident in the CCG who have received their first dose; estimated percentage of people aged 70 and over resident in the CCG who have received their first dose.

NHS Central London (Westminster) CCG 10,874 60.9%
NHS West London CCG 15,561 67.5%
NHS Tower Hamlets CCG 9,647 70.3%
NHS Newham CCG 12,712 70.5%
NHS City and Hackney CCG 11,479 72.6%
NHS Brent CCG 22,189 77.9%
NHS Waltham Forest CCG 16,430 77.9%
NHS Hammersmith and Fulham CCG 11,219 78.1%
NHS Barking and Dagenham CCG 11,008 79.4%
NHS North Central London CCG 106,411 81.0%
NHS Luton CCG 16,590 85.4%
NHS Redbridge CCG 23,545 86.1%
NHS South East London CCG 132,139 86.2%
NHS Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG 41,004 86.4%

NHS vaccinator Rachel Thompson-Chapman hard at work in Durham

NHS vaccinator Rachel Thompson-Chapman hard at work in Durham
(Image: Craig Connor/ChronicleLive)

NHS Ealing CCG 26,965 86.5%
NHS Manchester CCG 31,360 88.0%
NHS Leicester City CCG 26,178 88.3%
NHS South West London CCG 127,557 89.6%
NHS Hounslow CCG 20,680 89.7%
NHS Brighton and Hove CCG 25,476 89.9%
NHS Southend CCG 23,763 89.9%
NHS North Kirklees CCG 21,176 90.1%
NHS Hillingdon CCG 27,152 90.2%
NHS Havering CCG 31,508 90.3%
NHS Wolverhampton CCG 28,927 90.3%
NHS Southport and Formby CCG 21,909 90.5%
NHS South Sefton CCG 21,801 90.6%
NHS Salford CCG 24,018 90.7%
NHS Harrow CCG 26,080 90.8%
NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale CCG 23,456 90.9%
NHS Calderdale CCG 25,872 91.1%
NHS Knowsley CCG 16,529 91.2%
NHS Birmingham and Solihull CCG 120,009 91.7%
NHS Liverpool CCG 47,560 91.9%
NHS East Sussex CCG 100,038 92.1%
NHS Oldham CCG 25,447 92.4%
NHS Basildon and Brentwood CCG 32,960 92.5%
NHS North East Essex CCG 53,434 92.6%
NHS Barnsley CCG 32,039 92.6%
NHS Thurrock CCG 15,720 92.7%
NHS Walsall CCG 34,398 92.8%
NHS East Berkshire CCG 42,212 93.0%
NHS Tees Valley CCG 87,608 93.0%
NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG 125,425 93.1%
NHS Tameside and Glossop CCG 31,127 93.3%
NHS Kent and Medway CCG 250,273 93.4%
NHS Newcastle Gateshead CCG 57,051 93.7%
NHS Bradford District and Craven CCG 63,231 93.9%
NHS Sheffield CCG 65,812 94.0%
NHS Southampton CCG 23,014 94.1%
NHS Portsmouth CCG 21,103 94.1%
NHS North Cumbria CCG 51,615 94.1%
NHS East Lancashire CCG 50,163 94.1%
NHS Greater Huddersfield CCG 30,829 94.2%
NHS Buckinghamshire CCG 72,309 94.2%
NHS Surrey Heartlands CCG 140,961 94.3%
NHS Castle Point and Rochford CCG 30,567 94.5%
NHS Blackpool CCG 19,940 94.5%
NHS Coventry and Rugby CCG 49,646 94.7%
NHS Blackburn with Darwen CCG 14,425 94.7%
NHS North East Lincolnshire CCG 22,794 94.8%
NHS Herts Valleys CCG 70,998 94.9%
NHS East and North Hertfordshire CCG 69,632 94.9%
NHS Wirral CCG 48,970 95.0%
NHS Rotherham CCG 36,177 95.0%
NHS Dudley CCG 46,337 95.2%
NHS Warwickshire North CCG 27,054 95.2%
NHS West Essex CCG 40,236 95.3%
NHS Bolton CCG 34,290 95.3%
NHS West Suffolk CCG 37,044 95.4%
NHS Bury CCG 24,433 95.7%
NHS Bedfordshire CCG 57,394 95.7%
NHS Trafford CCG 29,078 95.8%
NHS Norfolk and Waveney CCG 182,683 96.0%
NHS St Helens CCG 25,967 96.0%
NHS South Tyneside CCG 20,972 96.0%
NHS West Hampshire CCG 96,762 96.0%
NHS Surrey Heath CCG 13,682 96.1%
NHS Bassetlaw CCG 18,209 96.1%
NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG 67,136 96.2%
NHS South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula CCG 36,568 96.3%
NHS Halton CCG 15,702 96.3%
NHS Morecambe Bay CCG 55,180 96.3%
NHS East Staffordshire CCG 17,937 96.4%
NHS Lincolnshire CCG 126,876 96.4%
NHS Derby and Derbyshire CCG 148,297 96.5%
NHS Wakefield CCG 46,096 96.5%
NHS North Yorkshire CCG 75,876 96.5%
NHS Stoke on Trent CCG 32,280 96.5%
NHS Wigan Borough CCG 43,770 96.6%
NHS Doncaster CCG 41,521 96.6%
NHS Fylde and Wyre CCG 39,001 96.7%
NHS Northamptonshire CCG 91,632 96.7%
NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG 115,421 96.8%
NHS Shropshire CCG 56,829 96.9%
NHS Warrington CCG 28,061 97.0%
NHS West Sussex CCG 143,767 97.0%
NHS Hull CCG 26,862 97.0%
NHS West Lancashire CCG 18,213 97.1%
NHS Oxfordshire CCG 89,973 97.1%
NHS North Tyneside CCG 29,260 97.1%
NHS Greater Preston CCG 25,016 97.2%
NHS Cannock Chase CCG 19,358 97.2%
NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG 119,162 97.2%
NHS Mid Essex CCG 58,577 97.2%
NHS County Durham CCG 77,131 97.2%
NHS Stockport CCG 42,247 97.3%
NHS Isle of Wight CCG 28,923 97.3%
NHS Berkshire West CCG 57,716 97.5%
NHS Devon CCG 208,560 97.5%
NHS Kernow CCG 101,916 97.6%
NHS Gloucestershire CCG 98,119 97.6%
NHS Dorset CCG 143,779 97.6%
NHS North Lincolnshire CCG 25,605 97.7%
NHS North Hampshire CCG 29,964 97.8%
NHS South Eastern Hampshire CCG 37,332 97.9%

Jean Mace, 70, attends the COVID-19 vaccination centre at Elland Road stadium in Leeds, West Yorks

The vaccine rollout in Leeds, where more than 89% of over-70s have been vaccinated
(Image: Alex Cousins / SWNS)

NHS Northumberland CCG 56,079 97.9%
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire CCG 60,109 98.0%
NHS Cheshire CCG 117,387 98.0%
NHS Telford and Wrekin CCG 21,488 98.1%
NHS Herefordshire and Worcestershire CCG 131,719 98.1%
NHS Leeds CCG 88,185 98.2%
NHS Fareham and Gosport CCG 33,000 98.2%
NHS Stafford and Surrounds CCG 26,490 98.5%
NHS Chorley and South Ribble CCG 24,976 98.5%

NHS South Warwickshire CCG 44,523 98.5%
NHS Vale of York CCG 54,203 98.6%
NHS West Leicestershire CCG 57,290 98.6%
NHS North Staffordshire CCG 35,567 98.8%
NHS Milton Keynes CCG 26,826 98.9%
NHS Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire CCG 132,234 99.0%
NHS Sunderland CCG 38,588 99.1%
NHS Somerset CCG 101,655 99.3%
NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland CCG 54,606 99.3%
NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG 28,344 99.8%

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