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Island receiving Covid-19 Pfizer vaccine free of charge

Ellan geddyn vaccine Covid-19 Pfizer nastee

Livreyssyn shiaghtinoil skedjalit derrey Mean Fouyir

Cha nel Ellan Vannin goll er shirrey costys er y vaccine coronavirus.

Ren yn Ard Shirveishagh Howard Quayle feeraghey dy vel livreyssyn shiaghtinoil jeh'n jialg Pfizer skedjalit derrey Mean Fouyir.

Ta'n Ellan er chee goaill toshiaght er e chlaare cur vaccine 4 Jerrey Geuree, lhieusyn ta erskyn 80 blein dy eash, ta fir baghee ayns thieyn kiarail as ta obbreeyn kiarail slaynt mastey ny fir hoshee dy gheddyn y vaccine.

Ta Mnr Quayle treishteil dy jean y vaccine coadey shirveish claynt yn Ellan.

AS HOWARD QUAYLE : Ta'n RU [Reeriaght Unnaneysit] er veeraghey dy bee y vaccine currit rere towse y phobble as bee eh kionnit son Ellan Vannin nastee. Ta skedjalyn dy livreyssyn shiaghtinoil er ve jeant ta currit da caghlaa, as ta skeaylley magh foddey stiagh ayns Mean Fouyir. Ta enn dy ve currit er y vaccine, cha nee myr freggyrt da slane seyrsnys, agh kiaddit dy choadey adsyn smoo ayns gaue veih goll stiagh ayns thieyn lheiys ny veih baase.

 

Weekly deliveries scheduled until September

The Isle of Man is not being charged for the coronavirus vaccine.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle confirmed weekly deliveries of the Pfizer jab are scheduled until September.

The Island is due to begin its vaccination programme on 4 January, with those aged over 80, care home residents and healthcare workers among the first to receive the vaccine.

Mr Quayle hopes the vaccine will protect the Island's healthcare service: