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Stay safe

This guidance may change and people are advised to check often to keep up with the latest advice .

Helping you and your family stay safe

The Chief Minister has announced an end to the circuit break lockdown as of 00:01 on Monday 19 April.

Current situation

The Isle of Man Government has released a framework for the Island’s long term approach to COVID-19.

See:  Isle of Man Exit Framework

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.

See:  Living with COVID-19.

As we learn to live with COVID-19 people may wish to consider the WHO Three C’s of and about how the virus spreads through Close Contact, in Crowded Places, and in Confined Spaces – the more these three overlink the greater the chance of virus spread. There is also a fourth C – less talked about, that of Caring and being thoughtful to not spread disease to others.

All the considerations below are no longer required however we do ask people to think about incorporating them in their everyday life to help prevent transmission of COVID-19.

  Social distancing

Social distancing measures have been lifted.

See:  Guidance on social distancing

  Face coverings

Face coverings are not required for the general population.

See:   Guidance on face coverings

  Events and gatherings

All restrictions lifted. However, it is advised that you consider the 3 C’s when planning an event or gathering.

See:  Living with COVID-19


No guidance in place.

See:  Guidance for vulnerable groups

  Symptoms, self-assessment and self-isolation

If you develop symptoms, you must self-isolate immediately and follow the information on the Symptoms and Self Assessment page.

If you have travelled, you must isolate in line with the current isolation requirements.

  Childcare and educational settings 

All restrictions lifted.

See:  Educational settings guidance.

  Businesses and workplaces 

All restrictions lifted. However, you should continue to undertake a risk assessment and take precautions to create a safe environment for your staff and customers.

See:  Business guidance

  Travel and borders 

The Isle of Man is operating at Border Level 3.

See:  Travel and Borders