Day: 2 March 2021

More Cases Linked to Schools

Families of students at St Ninian’s Lower School, as well as Year 3 and 4 students and staff at Ballasalla Primary School are have been ordered to stay at home and wait to be contacted by the Covid-111 team. A statement said: ‘Following work by the contact tracing team, all […]

Lockdown 3 In Brief

Well here we are again, Lockdown 3. There are many rules and regs being brought in, so we’ve done this quick catchup for what you need to know about the rules that are coming into place at 00.01am tonight.  A separate piece on available financial support can be found here.  […]

Eight New Cases In The Last 24 Hours

Eight new cases of COVID-19 have been detected in the Isle of Man in the past 24 hours.   Four of the cases are close contacts of people in existing clusters who were already in self-isolation.    One of the cases was detected through the day 1/7/13 testing regime for […]

Lockdown Schooling

Schools, nurseries, playgroups and childminders will close to most children from Wednesday as the island enters a 21 day circuit break lockdown. The gov said it will ‘move quickly to reinstate a free school meal voucher scheme’ and a further announcement about summer exams will be made this week. The […]

HQ’s STATEMENT TO KEYS

HQ – WHEN I STOOD HERE LAST WEEK IT WAS A CLUSTER, NOW IT’S GOT WORSE AND WE HAVE MORE CASES WHICH HAVE NO TRACEABLE SOURCE SO FAR AS MORE INFO BECAME CLEAR WE TOOK PRECAUTIONARY ACTION AND ASKED BUSINESSES TO CLOSE WHILE WE ASSESSED INFO NOT TAKEN LIGHTLY, COMIN […]