COVID rates are rising on the Isle of Wight but so too is the vaccination rate, with a further 2,248 doses given in the last week.
Walk-in clinics have been introduced for those aged over 18 yet to have either their first or second dose of a COVID vaccine.
It comes as the country prepares to relax the final restrictions, removing mandatory social distancing and face masks on Monday.
Figures released by NHS England and the National Immunisation Management Service (NIMS) on Thursday showed 71% of the Island population, or 104,672 people, have now had their first vaccination.
A new data set has been added, showing 442 under 18-year-olds are now among those to have had a vaccination.
With the extension of the vaccine rollout, 5,870 18 to 24-year-olds and 4,784 25 to 29-year-olds, 63 and 64% of their respective Island age group population, have been vaccinated.
More than 1,700 second doses were received in the last week, taking the total number given to 89,261, or 60.5% of the population.
The number of COVID cases found on the Island since the start of the pandemic is nearing 7,200, with the rolling infection rate passing 100 cases per 100,000.
It is still below the UK rate, however, which is at 329.9.