The vast majority of people 70 and over in York and North Yorkshire have had their first does of the Covid vaccine.
The latest figures for England, broken down by Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), show the region is leading the way.
There are 135 CCGs in England, and they commission most of the hospital and community NHS services in the local areas for which they are responsible.
The figures are based on provisional data from NHS England for vaccinations up to 14 February.
|CCG||No of 70+|
had the jab
|NHS Vale of York CCG||54,203||98.6%|
|NHS North Yorkshire CCG||75,876||96.5%|
|NHS East Riding of Yorkshire||60,109||98.0%|
People over 70 in York were first asked to come in for vaccinations on 24 January.
The CCGs with the lowest rate of vaccinations are Central London (60.9%), West London (67.5%) and Tower Hamlets (70.3%).
Leading the way are NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham (99.8%) and both Somerset and East Leicestershire (99.3%).