On Air Greatest Hits Chris Kinley | 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Chief Minister urges people not to cancel vaccine appointments

Follows concerns about potential blood clot link

Residents on the Isle of Man are being urged not to 'panic' and to turn up for their vaccination appointments as planned. 

It's after a number of people cancelled their injections due to concerns over the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine. 

This week government confirmed it will be offering a different vaccination to those under the age of 30 after a scientific review found a potential link between the jab and blood clots

Chief Minister Howard Quayle, who suffers from Long Covid, says the risk is low:

More from Isle of Man News