This interactive map reveals how many people where you live have already received a coronavirus vaccine.

It tracks the number of people who have either had one or two doses of the jab to a local ward level using NHS England data.

According to NHS figures nationally, one in five adults in England under 70 has had their first dose of the vaccine.

For those who are 16 to 69, an estimated 20.3 per cent had received their first jab as of February 21.

There is little regional variation, and the numbers in the North West is 22.3 per cent.

Check the interactive map below

There have been 18,691,835 vaccine first vaccine doses given and 700,718 second doses, according to figures released on Thursday afternoon.

This means that more than 19 million doses have been given – a total of 19,392,553.

NHS England announced that 94 per cent of people in care homes who were eligible for jabs had received their first dose by February 21.

The equivalent figure for staff of older care homes is 71.5 per cent, with the figure in London just 54.8 per cent for staff in older care homes.

Meanwhile, the number of deaths reported in the last 24 hours within 28 days of a positive coronavirus test fell to 323 on Thursday afternoon.

And there were 9,985 positive coronavirus tests recorded during that period.

The Chief Medical Officers of the UK’s four nations announced earlier that the UK would go to Level 4 for Covid threat, down from Level 5, meaning the NHS and health services are no longer at risk of being overwhelmed in the next 21 days.

But they added a note of caution, warning that there were still high numbers of patients with Covid in hospital and the NHS remained under pressure.

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