Chief Minister says coronavirus jab isn't like yellow fever vaccine
There are no plans to change border restrictions for those who have received a coronavirus vaccine.
That's from Chief Minister Howard Quayle after he was asked in Tynwald whether documentation showing someone has received the jab was being provided, and if this would impact travel to and from the Island.
Douglas South MHK Claire Christian compared the idea to paperwork issued when a person receives yellow fever vaccination.
But, Mr Quayle says that wouldn't work until it's known whether the Covid vaccines prevent transmission: