This is how many Covid vaccinations have been given out in North Yorkshire so far
As Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlines his 'roadmap' to lifting the lockdown in England and announces plans for all adults to be offered the vaccine by the end of July, the latest Covid-19 figures have been published.
Data from the National Immunisation Management Service (NIMS) has shown how many doses of the vaccine have been administered for each area of England as of February 14, as well as how many people in each age category have received it.
The figures are categorised by NHS Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and also show how many people have had the first and second dose.
According to the data, a total of 120,430 does of the Covid-19 vaccine have been given out by the NHS North Yorkshire CCG between December 8 and February 14.
The number of under-70s in North Yorkshire who have received their first dose stands at 39,785, and 75,876 people aged 70+.
There are also 914 residents under 70 years old in the county who have been given their second dose, and 3,855 over 70s.
The latest figures, categorised by region and published daily, have also shown that 2,435,725 vaccines have been administered in the North East and Yorkshire between December 8 and February 21, with 2,348,997 people receiving their first dose and 86,728 receiving their second.
As of February 21, 15,471,509 doses of the vaccine have been administered in England.
The Prime Minister has today announced plans to bring the country out of lockdown, with four stages outlined - including a return for outdoor sports and groups of six meeting outdoors from the end of March - with hopes to return to 'normal life' by the end of June.
He also said all adults in England will be offered the vaccine by the end of July.
Figures show there have been 3,614,793 confirmed positive cases of Covid-19 in England up until 4pm today (Monday, February 22).