Gov’t aims to inoculate all over 50s by May
More than 20,000 Covid-19 vaccines have now been administered on the Isle of Man.
Just over two thirds of those are first doses, with the rest being second jabs.
In the next week there are more than 3,300 set to be vaccinated in hub settings.
Government says it’s on track to vaccinate all the over 50s by May, with everyone due to be inocculated by the end of September.
The Health Minister David Ashford has previously said once the most vulnerable have had the jab, they’ll look at the Island’s border policy again and consider relaxing it.