THE Isle of Wight’s Covid rolling rate has continued to fall, despite more than 100 confirmed cases in the latest Public Health England data.

Today, 107 Covid cases have been confirmed for on the Island, after 118 cases yesterday.

These latest Covid cases take the Island’s cumulative total to 18,460 since the pandemic began.

The Island’s rolling rate, which is always five days behind, stands at 566.4, down from yesterday’s 567.8.

The UK average rolling rate stands at 435.6.

The Island age group with the highest rolling rate remains five to nine-year-olds at 1,576.3, followed by 10 – 14-year-olds with a figure of 1,330.2, but both age group’s figures have fallen in recent days.

A patient at the Isle of Wight's hospital died after contracting Covid-19 on November 30.

More than 47,000 Covid booster vaccines have been dished out on the Isle of Wight.

Thousands of Covid-19 boosters are available on the Isle of Wight from today (Thursday, December 2) to Sunday, December 5, as a new booster bus visits the Island.