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Vaccines eligible for '2+2' to be kept under review

Those who've had jabs not offered on Island must still undergo testing

Only those who've had Covid vaccines available on the Isle of Man are eligible for the 2+2 entry system.

That's the message from the health minister who says it could change in the coming months.

It's after some visitors raised concerns they would have to undergo testing and isolation despite having had the Johnson & Johnson jab.

While the UK has approved the vaccine for use, only the Pfizer, Moderna and Oxford-AstraZeneca jabs are being delivered locally.

David Ashford says more may be accepted in the future:

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