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A 91-year old with Coronavirus has been moved from her nursing home resident to Noble’s Hospital.
You can only walk your dog once a day.
Young people in their teens and early 20s are the groups which tend to breach social distancing rules.
Any establishment found to be holding lock-ins on Island during lockdown could lose their licences.
There has been a 71 per cent rise in domestic disputes on Island since lockdown measures against Coronavirus came into force.
One person has been arrested and another formally reported for not following self-isolation laws.
A local nurse has produced a 'mental health resource pack' to help people struggling during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre in Douglas will be closed until October.
Out of 158 covid-19 cases on Island, 80 have recovered.
More than 1,100 people have applied for a new welfare benefit supporting those who've lost jobs because of the Coronavirus outbreak.
Authorities want to make sure victims of domestic abuse aren't suffering in silence during the current lockdown.
A team of over 100 volunteers is supporting residents in Arbory and Rushen during the pandemic.
The government's latest repatriation programme could take up to eight weeks.
Walking to the Tower of Refuge is not a permitted form of exercise.
The Island's Chief Minister has 'mild symptoms' of Coronavirus.
Pupils of Kewaigue Primary School are using video conferences to keep in touch with teachers and friends.
73 people on Island have now recovered from Coronavirus.
Residents on a street in Castletown are thinking outside the box to keep spirits high during lockdown.
University College Isle of Man is making pledges to its students amid uncertainty around the Coronavirus outbreak.
Temporary work permits on Island will be extended by another six months.
A vaccine for Coronavirus is at least 18 months away.
Manx people stranded abroad will be allowed home on designated sailings, from next week.
55 people on Island have recovered from Coronavirus.
The Island's pre-school voucher scheme will be extended.
Six people with Coronavirus are now being treated at Noble’s hospital.
More details on how the government will bring Manx residents stranded overseas back to the Island are expected today.
A financial support package has been announced to support the Islands fishings industry during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Manx charity, Quing, is finding new ways to keep the public engaged and supported during the Coronavirus lockdown.
A scheme offering financial support for those who've lost their jobs because of the Coronavirus outbreak comes into force today.
Island farmers will receive their latest support payments arrive early due to the pressures on the industry during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The sports Hall at the National Sports Centre in Douglas has been transformed into a storage facility for healthcare materials.
Since yesterday’s update, there has been just one more confirmed case of Coronavirus on Island.
Six more local cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed.
Seven more cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed on Island.
Staff at an Island school have been creating more essential equipment for medical staff dealing with the Coronavirus outbreak.
People could now face a £250 on-the-spot fine, if they're breaching social distancing rules.
A preliminary sailing schedule for next years TT is being worked on along with a priority system for those who missed out this year.
The public counter at the governments Customs & Excise office has now closed until further notice.
A local charity will trial a virtual 'Elevenses' for those most in need.
A 99-year-old woman has defied expectations and has become the UK's oldest survior of Coronavirus.
Police are receiving reports of people breaking social distancing rules.
Government is working on a plan to repatriate Manx residents back to the Island.
There are now over 100 cases of Coronavirus on the Isle of Man after a further 19 were confirmed this morning.
This year's Tynwald Day celebrations have been cut back because of the global Coronavirus outbreak.
Douglas Borough Council is urging the public to reduce their domestic waste.
People are being praised for following the government's advice to stay at home during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Police are thanking those who are abiding to new changes across the Island.
An Island distillery has officially made a hand sanitizer in light of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Only immediate family of those who have died will be able to attend their funeral.
There are now 95 cases of Coronavirus cases on Island.
Seven new local coronavirus cases have been confirmed.
The Islands ambulance service has set up a new Incident Command Centre to help deal with the Coronavirus pandemic.
The current all-Island speed limit of 40mph is being observed well by motorists, according to Police.
St John Ambulance has now started a prescription delivery service to support those who are self-isolating.
Enterprise Minister, Laurence Skelly MHK, is welcoming support from local banks during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Three more cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed on Island.
Coronavirus has claimed its first life on Island.
The Covid-19 community support line is currently not working.
The number of local confirmed Coronavirus cases now stands at 65.
People are being urged to remain vigilant after an increase in coronavirus-related scams on Island.
The Chief Minister is looking for 'Howard's Heroes'.
Every effort is being made to safeguard political democracy in Tynwald during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Local businesses have come together to build essential medical equipment to help fight the spread of Coronavirus.
Work is underway to offer assistance to university students affected by the Coronavirus outbreak.
11 more cases of Coronavirus on Island have been confirmed.
The Passport, Immigration and Nationality office is closed until further notice
Officials are reminding residents that recreational fishing is not a permitted activity on Island at this time.
More than 150 vehicles were stopped by the Police at the weekend, in efforts to enforce Coronavirus rules.
A Coronavirus patient on Island has now been moved into intensive care.
All elective cancer surgery on Island has been cancelled with immediate effect.
Those tested for Coronavirus will now be notified of the test result by text whether it is positive or negative.
Three more cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed this afternoon bringing the total number to 49.
No-one renting privately will be evicted if they’re suffering financial hardship during the Coronavirus crisis.
The Islands banks will now offer mortgage repayment holidays for those financially affected by the Coronavirus outbreak.
Four more cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed on Island.
A new initiative is set to support social care workers who're buying food for the vulnerable in the community.
An Island distillery has produced its first batch of a new alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
A new fund has been launched to support local communities hit by the Coronavirus outbreak.
Horse owners have been told they can now only exercise their animals in fields.
Manx Telecom is temporarily reducing some charges for customers to help them during the Coronavirus pandemic.
A further five Coronavirus cases have been confirmed this afternoon taking the total to 42.
Those who are still waiting for Coronavirus tests results must stay at home.
Five more have tested positive for Coronavirus on Island since yesterday afternoon.
Local schools which have remained open for children of key workers won't close over the Easter holidays.
A Covid support helpline on Island has now been launched.
The Manx Government has sent out a text message to every mobile on the Island.
Since yesterday three more Coronavirus cases on Island have been confirmed.
From midnight tonight, an all-Island speed limit of 40mph will be introduced.
Douglas Borough Council wants to hear from residents in the capital assisting others during the Coronavirus lockdown.
Three more cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed on Island.
The head of the union for Island farmers is calling for public rights of way through farms to be shut to protect local food supply.
Police will be patrolling the Island's highways asking motorists if their journeys are absolutely essential.
The Eastern Household Recycling Centre is closed with immediate effect.
'Robust measures' are in place to safeguard residents at the Cooil Roi sheltered housing complex in Garff.
An Island golf course has shut its doors as more measures are brought in to tackle the Coronavirus outbreak.
A grant scheme to support self-employed workers affected by coronavirus will be extended further to include those working in construction and education.
A second person with Coronavirus has now been hospitalized on Island.
From 11.59pm tonight, all construction work on Island must stop.
Two new coronavirus cases on Island have been confirmed.
It's been confirmed the youngest person on Island who has Coronavirus is under 19 years old.
A Manx charity has offered £750,000 worth of life-saving equipment to help frontline medical staff in the battle against Coronavirus.
The Islands buses now won't accept cash payments.
Mandatory work permits on Island will be suspended temporarily amid the Coronavirus outbreak.
Arbory & Rushen Commissioners want the help of residents to help maintain important services during the Coronavirus outbreak.