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Three new cases of COVID-19 detected - 26 October 2020

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Three new cases of COVID-19 have been detected in the Isle of Man. The individuals recently travelled to the Island together from a high risk area.

The individuals, were already self-isolating for 14 days following their journey to the Island. One case was identified as having been a close contact of a confirmed case in the UK with the other two cases being identified through Isle of Man contact tracing. All three had travelled to the Isle of Man together. Their period of isolation has been extended accordingly and this includes any other members of their household.

Contact tracing has been completed.

The current number of active cases of COVID-19 in the Isle of Man is five. None of the three new cases relate to travel from Guernsey.