As we move to the transition phase of the Exit Framework, it is important to remember to follow important steps to protect yourself, your loved ones and those in your community.
As we move on to our next phase of mitigation, we know that the virus will not go away. Instead of trying to avoid it, we must now learn to live with COVID-19.
Read more about the Isle of Man's Exit Framework.
Public and Professional guidance on things such as social distancing, hand and respiratory hygiene, and face coverings to support and advise on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guidance for Isle of Man businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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.
For anyone returning to the Island two tests will be required, on the first, and sixth day of isolation. If you do not wish to be tested, you must complete a 21 day period of mandatory self-isolation instead.
If you develop any symptoms, please now complete the Isle of Man COVID-19 Screening Assessment. Completion of this assessment will decide whether a further telephone assessment needs to be undertaken by calling the Isle of Man COVID-111 telephone service or if no further action is required.
Until you receive your test result DO NOT stop self-isolating because you are feeling better.
The Department of Health and Social Care are able to provide a private COVID-19 PCR test chargeable at £50.00 per person per test.
Information on winter health, domestic abuse, health advice and more.
From 19 April 2021 our schools will reopen to all students.