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Over 2,200 vaccinations now carried out

Over 2,200 vaccinations have now been carried out on Island.

Government has issued an update on the second week of the programme, saying 2,206 people have now been inoculated with their first dose.

This week also saw the first over-80s resident receive their Pfizer-Biontech jab, with other residents in that category being sent letters inviting them to get theirs - alternative arrangements are being made for anyone in that criteria who can't make their own way to the Newland's Ward at Noble's Hospital.

Health and Social Care Minister, David Ashford MHK, also stated yesterday anyone shielding and has a vaccination appointment will be able to attend and is being urged to do so.

The vaccination programme will resume again next Monday (January 18).

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