Figures show that nearly four out of every five over-50s in England are completely vaccinated.
According to statistics, nearly four out of five adults in England aged 50 and up are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
By May 30, an estimated 79.4 percent of people in this age group had received two vaccination doses.
By June 21, the government hopes to have given both vaccines to everyone over the age of 50.
Within this age range, 91.6 percent of those aged 80 and over, 97.1 percent of those aged 70 to 79, and 86.3 percent of those aged 60 to 69 are currently projected to have received both doses.
It is expected that 58.4 percent of people aged 50 to 59 are fully immunized.
People in their 50s started receiving invites for the first dosage of vaccination in early March, so many have likely only lately been offered a second dosage.
For adults 50 and older, the interval between vaccine doses has been reduced from 12 to eight weeks in order to provide the best possible protection against the spread of the coronavirus type that originated in India.
NHS England released vaccination numbers, which were integrated with population estimates from the Office for National Statistics.
According to an analysis by the PA news agency, Stratford-upon-Avon has the highest estimated proportion of adults aged 50 and over who are fully vaccinated (92.8 percent).
Warwick (89.3%), the Isles of Scilly (89.3%), Wyre Forest (89.0%), and Bath & North East Somerset round out the top five (88.8 percent ).
The City of London has the lowest percentages (53.1%), followed by the London boroughs of Tower Hamlets (54.4%), Westminster (56.1%), Camden (58.9%), and Hackney (58.9%). (59.0 percent ).
In the younger age groups, 33.0 percent of those aged 45 to 49 and 28.1 percent of persons aged 40 to 44 are now anticipated to have received both doses of vaccination.