Islanders with liver disease urged to take up flu vaccination offer

influenza vaccine by CDC

Islanders with liver disease are encouraged to make sure they protect themselves this winter by having their flu vaccination

Friday, 15th January, 2021 10:55am

By Priya Mistry

IW CCG plea: Please stop asking for Covid vaccine dates – Enquiries are taking staff away from other work

Covid vaccine by DKphotography, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight CCG are aware of people's frustration wanting to be vaccinated, but are asking Islanders to be patient and await their letter from the NHS

Tuesday, 12th January, 2021 11:41am

By Priya Mistry with 4 readers' comments

Oxford Astrazeneca Covid-19 vaccinations begin on the Isle of Wight

Dot Cotton getting her Covid vaccination

The new Oxford vaccine means that care home workers and residents can be vaccinated in one go. Details of who will get the vaccine first within

Monday, 11th January, 2021 12:30pm

By Priya Mistry with 4 readers' comments

Location of the Isle of Wight’s new vaccination centre announced

The Covid19 vaccine by DK Photography Isle of Wight

Details of a major vaccination centre on the Isle of Wight have now been confirmed. As before, you will be contacted by the NHS when it is your turn

Friday, 8th January, 2021 5:35pm

By Priya Mistry with 19 readers' comments

More Covid-19 vaccination clinics added on the Isle of Wight

Healthcare worker preparing the Covid19 vaccine by DK Photography Isle of Wight

The new clinics will be ready to start offering the vaccine to Islanders in the next few days

Monday, 21st December, 2020 4:35pm

By Priya Mistry with one comment

Another Isle of Wight Covid-19 vaccine clinic being set up

Healthcare worker preparing the Covid19 vaccine by DK Photography Isle of Wight

A reminder that residents should not contact their surgeries, the vaccination service is available strictly by invitation only. You will be contacted once your surgery is able to offer you a slot

Thursday, 17th December, 2020 3:20pm

By Priya Mistry

First frontline healthcare worker on the Isle of Wight gets Covid-19 vaccination

Dr Judith Moore receives vaccination by DK Photography Isle of Wight

A GP in Newport was the first healthcare worker to receive the Covid-19 vaccination on the Isle of Wight

Wednesday, 16th December, 2020 2:40pm

By Priya Mistry with one comment

Covid-19 vaccine on the Isle of Wight: 98-year-old WWII veteran first person to be vaccinated

Kenneth recieving vaccination by DKphotography, Isle of Wight

The 98-year-old who served with the RAF in WWII was the first on the Isle of Wight to receive the Covid-19 vaccine today

Tuesday, 15th December, 2020 3:32pm

By Priya Mistry with 2 readers' comments

First Isle of Wight Covid-19 vaccinations begin today

Mocked up covid-19 vaccine bottles

The vaccinations will be carried out strictly by invitation only, so Isle of Wight residents are asked to not contact their surgeries

Tuesday, 15th December, 2020 12:01am

By Priya Mistry

Return of face-to-face mental health support sessions for children and young people on the Island

Group of young people around the table

The clinical lead for mental health and learning disabilities for the CCG says bringing back face-to-face support for young people facing mental health challenges – especially as we enter a second lockdown – is very welcome news

Saturday, 7th November, 2020 10:17am

By Priya Mistry with 2 readers' comments

Isle of Wight parents urged to take up offer of free flu vaccination for children

Child having a flu jab

The families of all Year R to Year 7 children are encouraged to ensure their child receives the nasal spray vaccination so they are protected against the flu this autumn

Wednesday, 30th September, 2020 4:46pm

By Priya Mistry with 13 readers' comments

Isle of Wight NHS launches largest flu campaign – and they want to ensure you get vaccinated this autumn

needles and jar of influenza vaccination

The Isle of Wight Director of Public Health says that with both the flu virus and Covid-19 circulating, flu immunisation is more important than ever to reduce infections, protect each other and save lives

Thursday, 24th September, 2020 2:33pm

By Priya Mistry with 5 readers' comments