Nearly 68 per cent of Australians over 16 years of age have had at least one dose of vaccine.
The total number of vaccines delivered is more than 22.8 million.
The ACT remains the only jurisdiction to have half its eligible population fully vaccinated.
Tasmania is just behind on 48.6 per cent fully vaccinated.
NSW is on 78.8 per cent of residents with one dose and 46.5 per cent with two doses.
Victoria has 66.8 per cent of residents with one dose and 41 per cent fully vaccinated.
In Queensland, 38.3 per cent are now fully vaccinated, which is the second slowest rollout nationally.
Western Australia is behind by a fraction at 38.2 per cent fully vaccinated.