London lags behind the rest of England in getting people aged 80 and over vaccinated against Covid-19.
Latest data reveals nearly one in four people in that age group in the capital had not had their first dose of coronavirus vaccine at the start of this week.
An estimated 78.4% of those aged 80 and over in the capital had received their first jab up to February 7, according to provisional figures from NHS England – the lowest proportion for any region.
South-west England had the highest proportion, with an estimated 96.0%.
Here are the full figures, based on first doses given up to February 7:
South-west England 96.0%
North-east England/Yorkshire 93.2%
South-east England 92.2%
North-west England 91.6%
Eastern England 91.5%
A total of 1,353,324 jabs were given to people in London between December 8 and February 10, including 1,290,874 first doses and 62,450 second doses.
This compares with 2,182,085 first doses and 71,778 second doses given to people in the Midlands, a total of 2,253,863.
The breakdown for the other English regions is:
East of England – 1,375,546 first doses and 58,765 second doses, making 1,434,311 in total
North East and Yorkshire – 1,785,389 first and 78,574 second doses (1,863,963)
North West – 1,540,105 first and 68,343 second doses (1,608,448)
South East – 1,859,227 first and 82,584 second doses (1,941,811)
South West – 1,326,126 first and 56,458 second doses (1,382,584)