The Isle of Man imposed tough lockdown restrictions in January after a surge in COVID-19 cases.
The harsh quarantine has paid off and since it’s 20 days of no new COVID-19 cases on record the government has ended their lockdown.
The residents are allowed to hug once again, play sport, return to school and work and no longer are required to wear masks or social distance.
However, the borders remain strictly shut to outsiders.
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