Almost 70% of people living in north Essex have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine, new figures have revealed.
NHS data shows 182,753 people received their first stroke on April 18.
Across Colchester, three in five residents, or 92,942 people, and 59% of those aged 16 and over, have been vaccinated, according to the latest population estimates from the Office for National Statistics.
Among those vaccinated, 65,911 were aged 50 and over, or 98% of the age group.
This means that 27,031 people aged 16 to 49 also received a first dose of the vaccine.
The data also shed light on the variation in coverage between different areas of Colchester.
West Mersea had the highest coverage, with 75.1% of people aged 16 and over receiving their first dose.
It was followed by West Bergholt and Wormingford at 73.9 percent and Prettygate and Westlands at 73.7 percent.
Greenstead, with 32.3 percent, led the least covered regions. Wivenhoe and the University followed with 40.5 percent, and New Town and Hythe were the third lowest in coverage, at 41.3 percent.
The numbers also revealed that three-quarters of Tendring people had received their first dose.
NHS data shows 89,811 people had received a stroke as of April 18, which equates to 73% of people aged 16 and over.
Among those vaccinated, 72,282 were aged 50 and over, or 96% of the age group.
This means that 17,529 people aged 16 to 49 received a first dose of the vaccine.
In terms of coverage in the area, Weeley and Thorpe-le-Soken top the list, with 82.3% of people aged 16 and over receiving their first dose.
Holland-on-Sea followed, with Frinton West and Kirby third on the list at 80.6 and 79.8 percent respectively.
Harwich Town and Dovercourt had the lowest coverage at 63.3 percent, while Clacton Central had 65.4 percent.