The latest vaccination data shows 90% of people aged 45 and over in Milton Keynes have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
This takes the total number of people in MK who have received their first jab up to 117,707, as of 18th April.
The NHS recently started inviting 45-49 year olds for their vaccine and 54% of that group have now had a vaccine across Milton Keynes as the Government continues to be on track for its target of reaching all adults by the end of July.
While the data doesn't cover second jabs at a local authority, it does show two thirds of over 70s across the Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes CCG have now had both doses.
Ben Everitt, the MP for Milton Keynes North, commented: "This is yet more fantastic progress on the vaccination front and is vital as we continue to unlock and get our country on the road to freedom.
"From the teams who developed the vaccines right through to the vaccinators on the ground and the people actually taking the vaccine...thank you so much for your effort in helping us save lives and get back to normal."