The Chief Minister has announced an end to the circuit break lockdown as of 00:01 on Monday 19 April.
Current number of COVID-19 Cases – updated at 4pm daily.
Latest number of vaccines administered island-wide updated at 90-minute intervals throughout the day.
The Isle of Man Government released in March 2021 a framework for the Isle of Man’s long term approach to COVID-19.
From 19 April 2021 our schools will reopen to all students.
Remember to self-isolate if you develop symptoms, refrain from mixing with other people until you have been tested, received a normal result or been given advice on when you are able to exit isolation.
As of 00:01 on Monday 19 April 2021, the circuit breaker lockdown will end and all non-essential businesses can reopen without restrictions.
There is currently no community transmission of COVID-19 in the Isle of Man, therefore face coverings are not required/recommended for the general population except when mandated under a Direction Notice, travelling to/from the Island and within the ports.
Is your work critical to the COVID-19 response, or do you work in one of the critical sectors on this list? Please check for latest this page for the latest guidance.