Published: 12:04, 28 March 2021
| Updated: 12:06, 28 March 2021
The number of those in the county to receive their first dose of vaccine has now topped 800,000.
Leading the way is Medway, where 109,151 people have been jabbed - 51% of the adult population.
The pace of the rollout, helped by the opening of a mass vaccine hub in Chatham, has quickened following a slow start for the Towns, where there was a delay, particularly for Hoo Peninsula residents.
Vaccine clinics in Maidstone have completed the next highest number of vaccinations, with 73,156 (55% of adults).
Canterbury is third with 70,122 (52%) and Thanet is fourth with 68,192 (61%).
The figures include all jabs administered up to week ending March 21.
The fewest vaccine doses have been dished out in Dartford, where 42,058 (50%) have had a first dose.
It is just behind Gravesham, which is on 45,059 (55%).
The largest proportion of over-18s to have been vaccinated in Kent is Folkestone and Hythe, where 63% of the adult population has had a needle in the arm - 57,894 people.
That total just beats Dover and Thanet, which have both jabbed 61% of adults.
The rollout in Kent is likely to slow down in the coming weeks, with the confirmation of the temporary closure of mass vaccine centres.
"Second doses are not affected. If you have a second dose booked at any site, please attend."
Despite the pause, health bosses have stressed that anyone due to receive a second dose will get one.
They have also urged over 50s who are yet to be jabbed to book one.
Kent Community Heathcare Trust is running the mass vaccination centres. It said: "In line with national vaccine supply, there will be limited appointments for first doses at our large vaccination centres throughout April.
"Second doses are not affected. If you have a second dose booked at any site, please attend.
"We still have appointments available for first doses until the end of March.
"If you're aged 50 or over, or extremely clinically vulnerable, or a frontline health or social care worker please book your vaccination now online or call 119."
Meanwhile, the UK is expecting to receive its first shipment of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine next month, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden confirmed today.