Isle of Man is out of Lockdown

Lockdown restrictions have been entirely lifted in the Isle of Man.

The Isle of Man has brought an end to all Covid control measures, with even social distancing rules no longer required.

Healthcare services have returned to normal, all schools have reopened and shops and pubs have been allowed to welcome customers again.

The island is the first British crown dependency to completely end restrictions, while the Channel islands and the UK remain in varying levels of lockdown.

The lifting of Covid rules comes less than a month after several new coronavirus cases were detected on the island - prompting a "circuit break" lockdown.

The island has not had any "unexplained" community cases of the coronavirus for 20 days and that means the wearing of masks and social distancing is no longer needed.

Schools and businesses can reopen and people will be able to leave their homes and enjoy normal life again - but its borders will continue to be closed to anyone trying to enter.

The island has not had any "unexplained" community cases of the coronavirus for 20 days and that means the wearing of masks and social distancing is no longer needed.

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  • Jayda Fransen
    published this page in News 2021-02-01 12:17:47 +0000
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