Health experts have said they can be confident unvaccinated numbers are not changing much over time.
This is because the rate of first and second dose vaccinations have slowed in recent weeks across most age groups.
Overall, 88.2 percent of those aged 12 and over have received one Covid dose, 80.2 percent have received two doses and 24.8 percent have received a booster or third dose as of November 19.
The latest NHS England vaccination report, including data up to November 14, shows around nine in 10 individuals aged 18 and over have been vaccinated with at least one dose.
More than eight in 10 adults aged 18 and over have received two doses.
The vaccination chart reveals the extent of vaccination changes depending on the age group.
Those aged 12 to 17 have the lowest rates of vaccination so far as they have been able to get jabbed for the least amount of time.
There is a pattern of increasing vaccine uptake as age increases, although it does dip slightly for those aged 65 to 74, compared to those aged 60 to 64.