More than 55,000 coronavirus doses have been administered in Jersey, as of Wednesday 24 March.
2,355 second doses were given between Sunday 21 March and Wednesday 24 March, compared to 494 first doses.
The programme to give over 80s and healthcare workers their second jab began earlier this month.
Islanders under the age of 50 are due to be eligible to get their first dose from early next month. No exact date has been provided yet.
We've published the latest statistics regarding the number of COVID-19 vaccines delivered as at Wednesday, 24 March 2021.— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) March 29, 2021
Statistics are published twice a week. Figures will be updated online, every Monday for the previous Wednesday, and every Thursday for the previous Sunday. pic.twitter.com/og2miBg3kz
More than 30 million people have received a first vaccine dose in the UK.
Two more Covid cases were detected in Jersey over the weekend.
One person who had the virus has recovered.
Since Friday 26 March, 2 new cases have been identified. (1 through inbound travel and 1 while an individual was seeking healthcare).— Government of Jersey (@GovJersey) March 29, 2021
The number of active cases in the Island is 5.
2 cases are symptomatic and 3 cases are asymptomatic. None of these cases are in hospital (-1). pic.twitter.com/WzUNjDTRaI