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Island receiving Covid-19 Pfizer vaccine free of charge

Weekly deliveries scheduled until September

The Isle of Man is not being charged for the coronavirus vaccine.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle confirmed weekly deliveries of the Pfizer jab are scheduled until September.

The Island is due to begin its vaccination programme on 4 January, with those aged over 80, care home residents and healthcare workers among the first to receive the vaccine.

Mr Quayle hopes the vaccine will protect the Island's healthcare service:

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