They help protect us, our colleagues, our loved ones, the NHS and they help to keep Island businesses and organisations open.
Keep washing your hands regularly with soap or hand sanitiser.
Wear a face mask to help protect other people who may be at risk of serious illness. It is a legal requirement for face coverings to be worn in shops, on public transport including taxis and in most indoor settings including theatres and cinemas.
Limit close contact with people you don’t usually live with.
COVID-19 spreads more easily indoors. Let fresh air in before during and after meeting other people inside. Opening your windows for 10 minutes makes a big difference.
These are the latest published vaccination and COVID-19 stats for the Isle of Wight, from NHS England and UK Health Security Agency, respectively. Read the full report.
The graphic shows:
111,940 – The number of island residents who have received their first dose of the vaccine.
104,346 – The number of island residents who have received their second dose of the vaccine.
63,008 – The number of island residents who have received their booster dose of the vaccine.
20,558 – The number of confirmed cases to date of Island residents who have received a positive COVID-19 test result since March 2020. This is based on the residential address of the person tested rather than where they are registered with a GP.
794 – The number of positive cases in the seven-day period.
558.0 – Weekly cases per 100,000. This is the number of Island residents who have received a positive COVID-19 test result in the seven-day period, divided by the total population of the Island.