The vaccination gap between Australian states and territories remains despite the nation reaching the milestone figure of 85 per cent of its eligible population over 16 fully vaccinated against the virus.
Overall, a total of 85.1 per cent of eligible Australian adults are fully vaccinated, and 91.5 per cent have had their first dose.
Western Australia remains the country’s least vaccinated state, with 72.9 per cent fully inoculated, although Queensland (73.4 per cent) and the Northern Territory (73.4 per cent) are only just ahead.
The ACT is in the lead with more than 95 per cent fully vaccinated. Close behind is NSW at 91.9 per cent.
The figures are for eligible adults over 16.
GPs, pharmacies and state-run hubs — including drive-through clinics — are all doing vaccinations with AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna.
Here are the latest state and territory breakdowns according to the Australian Government.
The numbers are for eligible adults as published on November 22.
New South Wales
Official data shows 94.4 per cent of people have had a single jab, while 91.9 per cent are fully vaccinated.
In Victoria, 93 per cent of residents have rolled up their sleeves once, according to national data.
A total of 89.2 per cent are fully vaccinated.
The Sunshine State has given 84.6 per cent of eligible people one dose, and 73.4 per cent have had both.
Australian Capital Territory
In the ACT, more than 95 per cent of people have had both doses.
South Australia has had 87.2 per cent of eligible residents have their first dose, while 77.4 per cent of them are fully dosed.
In Western Australia, 84.4 per cent have had their first jab and 72.9 per cent are fully vaccinated.
In the NT, 86 per cent have had at least one dose, and 73.4 per cent are fully vaccinated.
In Tasmania, 92.6 per cent of eligible residents had had one dose, while 84.8 per cent are fully jabbed.