Latest figures from NHS data also reveals that nearly nine in 10 people aged 70 and over in Hertfordshire and West Essex have received a Covid-19 vaccination jab.
From when vaccinations were first administered in December until February 7, 286,673 people in Hertfordshire and west Essex in total had been jabbed.
Of those, 103,257 were aged under 70 – and 100,095 of which were the first jab, with 3,162 being the second dose.
The latest update shows:
• 52,745 given to people aged between 70 and 74 – with only 115 being the second dose.
• 46,458 given to people aged between 75 and 79 – with only 286 being the second dose
• 84,213 given to people aged 80 and over – 14,698 of which being the second dose.
The figures cover people vaccinated in the Hertfordshire and West Essex Integrated Care System area – a collaboration between local NHS services and councils aimed at improving health care.
In the week ending February 7 an additional 2,423,421 people in England were vaccinated since last weeks report. This took the total number of people vaccinated since vaccinations began December 8 to 10,523,774.
While Hertfordshire and west Essex covers a wide range between the two counties – neighbouring group North West London Health and Care Partnership recorded 313,814 doses in total, 27,141 more than Herts and west Essex.
And the North London Partners in Health and Care recorded 221,820 doses in total, 64,853 less than Herts and west Essex.