Three more people have died after getting Covid-19 on the Isle of Wight.

Their deaths were all in community settings - which means they were not on St Mary's Hospital wards.

Since the start of the pandemic, 122 Islanders have died at locations that were not the Island's hospital.

According to the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) data, Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificates of three people who died after September 17.

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In the week to October 1, one death was recorded at a person's home and another was in the Island's hospice, according to the information which is updated weekly.

In the week to September 17, a second home death was recorded.

No community deaths were added between April and September, but in 2021, there has been a total of 89 community Covid deaths: 74 were in care homes, 9 were in Islanders' homes, four were in the hospice, and two were 'elsewhere.'

Since March 2020, a further 175 people have died at St Mary's Hospital after contracting Covid-19. 

The NHS hospital data is updated daily, with the next due at around 2pm today (Tuesday).