More than 100 new cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed on the Isle of Wight.

Public Health England figures released today (Thursday) show 105 new cases.

Yesterday, 116 cases were recorded, and 132 the day before.

The latest data takes the Isle of Wight total, since the start of the pandemic, to 19,299.

The Island's rolling rate per 100,000 people, meanwhile, has fallen.

Always five days behind, in the seven days to December 4, it was 578.4.

Yesterday, in the seven days to December 3, it was 584.7.

The Isle of Wight is still free of Omicron Covid cases, despite it being close to Portsmouth and Southampton, where cases have been confirmed.

Walk-in first, second and booster Covid jabs are available at Westridge Centre this Saturday.

You can pop in to the Ryde clinic any time between 9am and 3pm, and the jabs are available to anyone living on the Island.

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