NHS England data shows a total of 1,837,280 jabs were given to people in London between December 8 and February 22, including 1,769,695 first doses and 67,585 second doses.
This compares with 2,912,847 first doses and 78,526 second doses given to people in the Midlands, a total of 2,991,373.
The breakdown for the other regions is:
East of England – 1,801,151 first doses and 64,139 second doses, making 1,865,290 in totalNorth East and Yorkshire – 2,365,595 first and 87,137 second doses (2,452,732)North West – 1,982,504 first and 70,973 second doses (2,053,477)South East – 2,462,941 first and 89,660 second doses (2,552,601)South West – 1,743,371 first and 60,369 second doses (1,803,740)
On Monday Prime Minister Boris Johnson said all aspects of England's society could reopen by June 21, so long as the battle against coronavirus continues to go to plan.
The prime minister, laying out his roadmap out of lockdown to MPs in the Commons, gave a step-by-step plan for lifting restrictions in England, with all limits on social contact set to be removed by June 21 at the earliest.
Nightclubs could be permitted to reopen on June 21 under Mr Johnson's plan, having been shut since the first lockdown in March 2020. Outdoor hospitality including pubs could reopen as early as April 12, with indoor hospitality opening no earlier than May 17.