Information for adults
COVID-19 vaccines if you live abroad (gov.uk)
30 June 2021
British Sign Language (BSL)
British Sign Language (BSL) videos are also available
COVID-19 vaccination: British Sign Language resources (gov.uk)
9 November 2021
NHS England Learning Disability and Autism videos
NHS England Learning Disability and Autism Programme have produced an information about vaccines video for people with a learning disability and their carers.
A set of short social media clips of the video are available to download from the Health Publications website.
Consent form for all doses (excluding AstraZeneca) for 18 years and over
mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form
24 July 2023
Best Interest, Residential, Relative and Clinician Opinion forms are also available on request.
Vaccination Cards are supplied with each dose of vaccine.
These will be given to the recipient with information about their vaccine: the date given and the date of appointment for their second or future doses.
Can I book a COVID-19 vaccination?
You cannot currently book a COVID-19 vaccination. For most people, vaccinations are only available seasonally. The COVID-19 vaccination bookings service will reopen when seasonal vaccinations are available.
Who can currently get a COVID-19 vaccine?
Only children aged 6 months to 4 years old who are at increased risk from COVID-19 can currently get a COVID-19 vaccine. If you develop a new health condition or start treatment that severely weakens your immune system, your specialist may advise you that you need an additional vaccine before the autumn.
When can I get my next COVID-19 vaccine?
You may be able to get a seasonal COVID-19 vaccine in autumn 2023 if you’re at increased risk from COVID-19, for example due to a health condition or your age. Manx Care will contact you if your health record suggests you may be eligible.
How can I get a vaccine for my child aged 6 months to 4 years old?
Manx Care have sent letters to parents/carers of eligible children regarding their vaccinations and how to arrange their appointments. If you think your child is eligible because they are at increased risk from COVID-19, and you haven’t received a letter by Wednesday 12 July 2023, please call 111 or email Vaccinations@gov.im.
How can I get an additional vaccine for someone with a severely weakened immune system?
Your medical practitioner will assess whether you need an additional vaccine. They will make a referral and advise on the best timing for vaccination around your planned treatment. Speak to your medical practitioner for more information.
Who is at increased risk from COVID-19?
Some people are at increased risk from COVID-19, for example due to a health condition or their age.
Digital vaccine record
Download your vaccination status via the NHS App
Mobile Phone App: UK NHS COVID Pass for use by Isle of Man residents.
Authorised vaccines and patient information leaflet (PIL)
Vaccine Product Information
This information is a copy of the product information for COVID-19 vaccines, which outlines the conditions under which the vaccine should be used and information on its known safety.
This information may be updated, if necessary.
The MHRA is unable to offer medical advice and so if a patient has any questions about a vaccine they should contact their doctor or pharmacist. Suspected adverse reactions to a vaccine can be Yellow Card.
The Information for UK and IOM recipients document provides information for patients.
Last updated 02/03/2023 - Patient Information Leaflet for Spikevax
(50 micrograms/50 micrograms)/mL dispersion for injection
Comirnaty Original/Omicron BA.4-5 (15/15 micrograms)/dose dispersion for injection
Adults and adolescents from 12 years
COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine (nucleoside modified)
Comirnaty 3 micrograms/dose concentrate for dispersion for injection
Infants and children 6 months to 4 years COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine (nucleoside modified)
Updated March 2023
Comirnaty 30 Adults and adolescents from 12 years micrograms/dose concentrate for dispersion for injection Adults and adolescents from 12 years COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine (nucleoside modified)
Updated March 2023
Comirnaty 10 Concentrate micrograms/dose concentrate for dispersion for injection
Children 5 to 11 years COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine (nucleoside modified)
Updated March 2023
Last updated 06/2023 – Product Information leaflet (PIL) Nuvaxovid dispersion for injection
Updated June 2023
Blood clotting, myocarditis and pericarditis, and Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS)
See COVID-19 vaccination and rare side effects (gov.uk) for information and guidance on these very rare conditions reported after COVID-19 vaccination.
9 January 2023
Pregnant women who are inadvertently immunised should be notified to the Vaccine in Pregnancy surveillance programme (gov.uk).
25 August 2022
Reporting side effects
You can report any suspected side effects of vaccines and medicines through the Yellow Card scheme by calling 0800 731 6789; or registering and downloading the Yellow Card app; or online.
MHRA regular reports
The MHRA Weekly report covering adverse reactions to approved COVID-19 vaccines are published regularly.
Local Vaccination delivery: COVID-19 vaccine statistics (Respiratory Surveillance Report-gov.im) - includes surveillance for respiratory illness symptoms, sentinel swabbing, vaccination and mortality.
Guidance: COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy surveillance
25 November 2021
Guidance: Monitoring reports of the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccination
1 September 2022
Research and analysis: COVID-19 vaccine weekly surveillance reports (gov.uk)
As the COVID-19 programme continues to change please check items regularly for any updates or changes.
Public Health Isle of Man has adapted the information supplied by JCVI and PHE for the delivery of the COVID-19 Vaccination programme and this has been sourced from COVID-19 vaccination programme (gov.uk).
To view older leaflets and information, please visit the COVID-19 vaccination archive.
Updated 24 July 2023