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Hopes to vaccinate by end of September 2021

Treishteil dy chur vaccine liorish jerrey Mean Fouyir 2021

Tooilley myn-phoyntyn jeh claare cur vaccane Ellan Vannin

T'eh goll er treishteil dy jean ooilley jeusyn ta reihalagh dy gheddyn vaccine noi Covid-19 geddyn y jialg oc liorish jerrey Mean Fouyir 'sy vlein shoh cheet.

V'eh er ny hoilshaghey magh ayns chaglym s'noa y Reiltys cur fys da ny meanyn dy row kiarail dy ghoaill toshiaght yn chiaghtin goaill toshiaght 21ed Mee ny Nollick.

Foddee adsyn ayns thieyn kiarail, obbreeyn 'sy strane toshee, peiagh erbee lesh staydyn slaynt bunneydagh oc as adsyn ny shinney na 50 bleeaney dy eash geddyn y vaccine.

Va'n fogrey er ny yannoo liorish yn Shirveishagh Slaynt as Kiarail y Theay, David Ashford.

AS DAVID ASHFORD : Tra nee mayd geddyn yn chied dollan ain, shen 975 towse ass pobble dy 85-86,000. Ta shin jerkal rish y chlaare cur vaccine, yn chooid smoo j'ee, dy roie eddyr nish as Mean Fouyir. Shen raad nee ny oardaghyn goll nyn drooid, kiart rere y scailley-hraa cheddin 'sy Reeriaght Unnaneysit.

 

More details of Isle of Man vaccination programme

It's hoped all those eligible to be vaccinated against Covid-19 will receive their jab by the end of September next year.

It was revealed at the latest Government media briefing that the programme was intended to start the week commencing 21st December.

Those in care homes, front line workers, anyone with underlying health conditions and those over the age of 50 will be able to get the vaccine.

The announcement was made by the Minister for Health and Social Care, David Ashford.
 

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