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An estimated 83.1% of over-50s in the capital had received both doses of vaccine by 20 June.
All other regions are above 90%, with south-west England reporting the highest proportion at 95.0%.
The figures have been published by NHS England, and come ahead of a summit meeting in London tomorrow to discuss how to boost vaccine take-up in London.
The summit will be attended by the London mayor, Sadiq Khan, the vaccines minister, Nadhim Zahawi, the regional medical director for London, Vin Diwakar, and others.
According to a PA analysis, the top 19 local authority areas in England with the lowest proportion of adults aged 50 and over to be fully vaccinated are all in London.
The lowest percentage is for Westminster (64.3%), followed by the City of London (66.3%), Camden (68.9%) and Kensington & Chelsea (70.9%).
The areas of London estimated to have the highest percentage of over-50s fully vaccinated are Bromley (91.7%), Richmond upon Thames (91.6%) and Sutton (90.4%).