Vaccine rollout begins in the North of the Island
Between the pop-up clinic at Ramsey Cottage Hospital and visits to those who're housebound, 246 people received an initial dose of coronavirus vaccine yesterday.
The latest figures shows public health has administered 10,454 first doses of the jab, and 3,335 of the second.
More than 200 residents in the north of the Island, including Sandra Cannan attended our pop-up vaccination clinic in Ramsey.— Isle of Man Government (@IOMGovernment) February 13, 2021
Big thanks to our ward 20 nursing team who set up in Ramsey Cottage Hospital bringing the vaccine to people unable to travel far. pic.twitter.com/pU5H8UOIiC
Meanwhile, the new vaccination hub at the former Shoprite site on Chester Street in Douglas is set to open tomorrow (Monday 15 February).
Shirley Moore is a registered nurse and explains why she wants to help with the Isle of Man's vaccination programme: