The Isle of Man Chief Minister, Howard Quayle MHK, has revealed plans for the Island’s exit strategy amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking during an extraordinary sitting of Tynwald, Mr Quayle outlined the plan in six phases:
A full document will be published by the end of the week with further details.
Phase one of the plans started on Friday 24th April when some sectors were allowed back to work.
There has been one confirmed case of coronavirus in the Isle of Man over the last six days.