With the number of administered doses of the coronavirus vaccine hitting five million, the biggest vaccination programme in British history is well underway.
Over-80s, care home residents, NHS and social care staff and now everyone over the age of 70 and those that are extremely clinically vulnerable are entitled to the coronavirus vaccine.
However, figures have shown both a regional and national variation in the number of people who have received their first dose of the vaccine.
Provisional figures for the number and proportion of people aged 80 and over who have received a first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine in sub-regional areas of England have been released.
And depending on which part of England you live in - there's quite some variation.
The data is broken down into sub-regional areas, known as sustainability and transformational partnerships (STPs).
So, how many people aged over 80 have been vaccinated where you live?
The list reads, from left to right: name of STP; number of people covered by the STP aged 80 and over who have received a first dose of Covid-19 vaccine; this number as a percentage of the latest population estimate for all people aged 80 and over covered by the STP.
Gloucestershire - 31,903 (85.3%)
Northamptonshire - 25,587 (78.2%)
Herefordshire and Worcestershire - 37,609 (76.2%)
Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria - 70,027 (75.7%)
Cumbria and North East - 114,117 (70.8%)
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire - 33,429 (70.6%)
Frimley Health and Care ICS - 23,985 (70.3%)
Hampshire and the Isle of Wight - 74,107 (69.7%)
Humber, Coast and Vale - 68,506 (67.8%)
Hertfordshire and West Essex - 50,815 (66.3%)
Birmingham and Solihull - 34,898 (66.3%)
West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership - 68,120 (63.6%)
The Black Country and West Birmingham - 40,774 (63.4%)
South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw - 47,328 (63.0%)
Coventry and Warwickshire - 29,382 (62.2%)
Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West - 54,760 (62.0%)
Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent - 37,001 (60.8%)
Mid and South Essex - 38,503 (60.5%)
Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire - 30,040 (59.7%)
Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership - 70,505 (59.6%)
Dorset - 34,242 (59.5%)
Cheshire and Merseyside - 80,366 (59.4%)
Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership - 34,528 (56.9%)
Joined Up Care Derbyshire - 31,630 (56.9%)
Somerset - 21,680 (56.6%)
South West London Health and Care Partnership - 31,295 (56.6%)
Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes - 22,292 (56.1%)
North London Partners in Health and Care - 28,226 (55.1%)
Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Health and Social Care Partnership - 19,535 (53.4%)
Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland - 27,826 (52.7%)
Lincolnshire - 24,253 (52.2%)
Norfolk and Waveney Health and Care Partnership - 36,809 (51.6%)
Kent and Medway - 49,208 (50.2%)
Devon - 39,880 (50.1%)
Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin - 14,031 (49.0%)
East London Health and Care Partnership - 27,886 (48.5%)
Sussex and East Surrey Health and Care Partnership - 52,462 (46.9%)
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough - 20,474 (45.7%)
Our Healthier South East London - 27,708 (45.7%)
North West London Health and Care Partnership - 35,171 (45.7%)
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Health and Care - 21,510 (43.2%)
Suffolk and North East Essex - 22,265 (36.0%)
The figures are based on provisional data from NHS England for vaccinations up to January 17, combined with population estimates from the Office for National Statistics.
The areas are officially known as sustainability and transformational partnerships (STPs).
There are 42 STPs in England, each of which is made up of a number of local authorities, NHS trusts and clinical commissioning groups.