Travellers arriving on Pathway 2 and 3, or not opting for tests, must self-isolate on arrival to the Isle of Man.
Those travellers arriving to the Island on the ‘Test to release’ or ‘7 Day’ pathway, must isolate while waiting for their test results – if isolating at home, their household will not be required to isolate with them.
For any travellers who not wish to take the COVID-19 tests, they must isolate alone or with other travellers only.
I will need to isolate away from my household, how do I book an accommodation property?
Individuals travelling back to the Island that would like to book accommodation for self-isolation purposes can either contact the accommodation provider directly or make arrangements through a booking agent:
Online Regional Travel Group on ++4 1624 654654 or email email@example.com
Isle of Man Travel Event Services on +44 1624 664460 or email Info@iomevents.com
A full list of registered accommodation can be found below for people wishing to manage their own booking
Will the accommodation properties that agree to accept returning residents be allowed to accept key workers at the same time?
Serviced accommodation properties have existing segregated areas, which have been established since March 2020, for hosting different classifications of guests. This is to mitigate the risk to staff and other occupants of the property.
How should shared areas in accommodation, for example, corridors, stair wells, and lifts be managed?
Consideration should be given to the use of lifts and stairwells and whether it is possible to secure an entrance and exit route out of the premises for those self-isolating without coming into close contact with other guests and accommodation staff. If it is not possible to create two separate areas of transit, guests self-isolating should call down to reception to arrange a suitable time to exit the building.
If returning residents are isolating in self-catering properties, are they allowed to have food dropped to them?
We appreciate that returning residents will need to be equipped with food and necessities and we ask that planning ahead is considered to minimise the number of supply drop-offs. Supplies can be dropped off but under no circumstances can the resident leave the property – supplies should be left outside the property or in the case of hotels/serviced accommodation, given to a member of staff to drop off outside the residents’ room.
If returning residents are isolating in serviced properties, will food be provided for them?
Yes, serviced accommodation is required to provide meals for guests who are self-isolating.
Funding and support may be available for Patient Transfers who are unable to isolate at home. Please discuss with the Patient Transfers team prior to travel.