According to Scottish government data, as of May 11, 2,948,604 people had received their first dose of the vaccine, while 1,526,889 people had received their second dose.
A recent vaccination push in Moray has also seen its figures rise significantly amid the outbreak which prompted the government to enforce stricter lockdown rules while the rest of Scotland is lowered down to Level 2.
The list is ordered by per cent of the population vaccinated; areas with a small population have vaccinated a higher proportion of their population meaning they are higher up on this list.
Here are the top 14 local authorities in Scotland with the highest vaccine rates up to May, 11.
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Aberdeenshire has given a first dose of the vaccine to 155,770 people - 73.4 per cent of the population. 72,885 people have received their second dose - 34.3 per cent.
6. East Dunbartonshire
East Dunbartonshire had administered 65,431 first doses of the vaccine - 73.3 per cent of its population.
While 34,375 people have been given their second dose - 38.5 per cent of its population.
7. Scottish Borders
Scottish Borders has administered 69,062 first doses of the vaccine - 71.6 per cent of the population. And 36,600 second doses - 37.9 per cent of the population.
8. Argyll and Bute
Argyll and Bute has given 51,571 first doses of the vaccine - 70.7 per cent of the population. While 32,951 people have received their second dose - 45.2 per cent of the population.