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

Public Health England figures released today (Sunday) show 134 new cases.

Yesterday, 101 new cases were recorded, and 128 the day before.

The Island's rolling rate, per 100,000 people, has also changed.

Always five days behind, in the seven day to December 14, it was 544.6.

Yesterday, in the seven days to December 13, it was 540.4

The Island's rolling rate remains below the UK average, which stands at 646 as of December 14.

Yesterday, outspoken protester and conspiracy theorist David Icke was in Newport town centre to vent his opposition of the government and his medical advisors over Covid and 'freedom restricting' vaccine passport proposals.

Around 100 people gathered in St Thomas's Square to listen to the controversial figure lead the protests against the so-called e-vaccination status/immunity passport for the British public, which he believes could be used to restrict the rights of people who have refused a Covid-19 vaccine.

A number of Covid clinics are opening at Westridge Centre this December.

The centre is accepting walk-in patients at all of its clinics, provided they are over-18s and living on the Island

Every clinic can facilitate first, second and booster jabs, though those looking to get a booster jab must have had their previous vaccine at least three months prior.