Gibraltar, which is known for the Rock of Gibraltar, has now become famous for something other than the landmark.

The tiny British territory, located on the Iberian Peninsula on the southern coast of Spain, has become the first nation in the world to vaccinate its entire adult population against COVID-19, ITV reported.

Gibraltar marked the achievement on Wednesday as First Minister Fabian thanked the U.K. for its contribution to the vaccine rollout for its 33,701 residents, ITV said.

It was unclear at the time of writing if every adult in Gibraltar received one or two doses of the COVID vaccine.

Picardo continued by saying, “The loyalty of the people of Gibraltar to the Crown of the United Kingdom has never and will never be in doubt. In these harrowing and difficult times, our deep loyalty has been recognized and repaid.

“The United Kingdom has played a blinder on vaccinations and we have been among the beneficiaries in the British family of nations.”

Gibraltar’s COVID vaccine doses were provided by the British government and delivered by the Royal Air Force, according to the news outlet.

But Picardo added while speaking in Gibraltar Parliament, “We are all now vaccinated or on the way to being vaccinated — but we are not out of the woods yet,” reminding Gibraltar residents to continue to follow coronavirus restrictions, despite the vaccine’s success.

U.K. Health Secretary Matt Hancock said in the House of Commons, according to ITV, that he was, “delighted to be able to tell the house that yesterday Gibraltar became the first nation in the world to complete its entire adult vaccination program.”

Gibraltar reported 4,270 positive cases of the coronavirus and 94 COVID-19 deaths, prior to the announcement, The Sun reported.

In the U.K., over 4.2 million people have tested positive for the virus, while over 125,900 people have died from COVID-19, the news outlet said.

The Sun also reported that nearly 26 million Brits have received their first doses of the COVID vaccine, with more than 1.8 million receiving both doses of the drug.

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