Most of Friday's 1,201 injections were first doses
More than 54,000 coronavirus vaccines have now been administered on the Isle of Man.
A further 1,201 doses were given on Friday, most of which were to people receiving their first dose.
It means 38,727 Manx residents have now had their initial jab, while more than 15,000 have also had the follow-up vaccination.
More than 8,000 doses are in stock on the Island, with more than 3,700 people booked in for appointments over the next seven days.
Figures published in today's edition of The Times shows the Island has the 10th highest proportion of vaccinated population in the world, just behind Jersey and the UK.