Yn chooid smoo dy vaaseyn veih Covid ec sleih 80+ blein dy eash
Data soilshaghey magh dy row 59 per cent dy leih marroo nyn deiney
Ta'n chooid smoo dy vaaseyn cochianglt rish Covid-19 ayns Ellan Vannin er ve recortit ayns sleih ny shinney na 80 blein dy eash.
Ta data yn Reiltys soilshaghey magh dy vel 35 dy leih eddyr 80 blein as 89 blein dy eash er n'gheddyn baase neayr's toshiaght y phandemagh.
Ta 26 dy leih kiare feed blein as jeih dy eash ny ny shinney as va Coronavirus paart jeh'n rolley er yn teisht vaaish oc.
Cha nel peiagh erbee ny saa na 40 blein dy eash er n'gheddyn baase er coontey y virus.
Ta 93 baase cochianglt rish Covid er ve ayn ooilley cooidjagh. Va 59 per cent jeusyn shoh nyn deiney.
Va'n data clouit Jerdein 14 Mee Averil ayns earroo jeh'n tuarastyl arree er slaynt y theay
Data shows 59 per cent of fatalities were men
Most Covid-19 related deaths on the Isle of Man have been recorded in people over the age of 80.
Government data shows 35 people aged between 80 and 89 have died since the start of the pandemic.
Twenty-six people aged 90 or above also had Coronavirus listed on their death certificate.
No-one under the age of 40 has died as a result of the virus.
There have been 93 Covid related deaths in total. Fifty-nine per cent of these were men.
The data was released on Thursday 14 April in an edition of the weekly public health surveillance report.