Coronavirus: Isle of Man to scrap social distancing rules – BBC News

Social distancing rules for the general public are to be scrapped on the Isle of Man from Monday.

Howard Quayle said the decision had been taken to “get society back to normal”.

Twenty-four people have died from coronavirus on the island but there have been no new cases for 22 days.

Rules on social distancing would remain in place for those working in health care and elderly care homes, the chief minister said,


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