Chief Minister Howard Quayle has been admitted to Noble’s Hospital after suffering a stroke.
The Chief was admitted yesterday and will remain in hospital for observation and to receive post-stroke care.
A gov statement has said he is recovering well and is grateful for the excellent care he has received from all at the hospital.
The Chief Minister said: ‘I am grateful to those colleagues who spotted the early signs of a stroke and urged me to seek medical attention. The care I received and continue to receive from the Manx Care team has been amazing. I can’t thank them enough.’
The Chief Minister remains in contact with ministers and senior officials and the business of gov is continuing as normal.
Everyone at Gef sends our best wishes for a speedy recovery to The Chief and his family.