More than 190,000 people in Cornwall have received a coronavirus vaccine so far – 33.9% of the county’s population.
In its weekly data release, NHS England has published vaccination figures by constituency for the first time.
St Ives ranks second among the 55 constituencies in the South West, with an estimated 40.6% of its population having received at least one dose.
South East Cornwall (38.4%) and North Cornwall (35.8%) also feature in the region’s top 10.
Putting the constituency stats together, Cornwall is the second leading county in the South West.
With the UK vaccination programme averaging more than 2.5 million doses a week, the Prime Minister aims to ensure every adult is offered a jab by the end of July.
More than 19 million people have received a vaccine so far, equivalent to 1 in 3 adults, including over 1.7 million in the South West.
This is the third highest per capita, behind only the UAE and Israel. In addition, only two countries have administered more doses than the UK – China and the USA.
Everyone in the top four priority groups has now been offered a vaccine and invites are now going out to those in priority groups 5 to 9.
The latest figures show that two-thirds of those aged 65 to 69 have now been vaccinated.
North Cornwall's MP, Scott Mann said:
"I am very pleased with the way in which the vaccine rollout has been delivered in North Cornwall. It's a particularly difficult area to cover due to the geography and the fact that many members of our local community have been asked to shield. The NHS, care and voluntary sector have performed remarkably and it is reassuring to know over 35% of people have had their first dose."