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The number of active coronavirus cases on the Island has fallen by almost a third since yesterday, according to government figures.
Anyone aged 30 and above is being asked to register for their Covid--19 jab, regardless of if they've received a letter.
Chief Minister Howard Quayle says the government expects to deal with coronavirus for some time, despite the Island's vaccination programme.
Health Minister David Ashford says the number of vaccinations being carried out on-Island will fall over the next week.
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Health Minister David Ashford says workers who still have concerns about their vulnerability to coronavirus should talk to their employer.
Chief Minister Howard Quayle says he's glad to see nobody's in hospital suffering from Covid-19.
From today - shielding advice is being dropped.
Teaching staff at the Island's schools and University College Isle of Man are returning today to prepare for welcoming students back.
From today, outdoor leisure venues are being allowed to open their doors again.
Restrictions have now been lifted around tradespeople carrying out work inside properties.
Pet groomers and hardware stores are now allowed to return.
Government has confirmed no new Covid-19 cases have been discovered on Island in the last 24 hours.
Officials have identified one new case of Covid-19 on Island in the last day.
Over 60,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines have now been administered on Island.
No new cases of Covid-19 have been recorded in the latest 24-hour period.
Advice for people currently shielding will 'fall away' from next Monday, the Island's Health Minister has confirmed.
Outdoor leisure venues can reopen on Island from next Monday (April 12).
Pet groomers and hardware stores will be able to return next week as long as certain safety measures are in place.
From next Monday (April 12) all restrictions will be lifted on tradespeople entering occupied properties.
Two new cases of Covid-19 have been found on Island in the last day.
The Isle of Man will follow the latest advice from the JCVI – the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation on the use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
The Island's Health Minister says abuse towards vaccination staff will not be tolerated.
Government is urging people to make sure they're wearing face coverings properly.
No new Coronavirus cases have been found on Island in the last 24 hours.
Letters have now been sent to those aged 40-45 inviting them to get a Covid-19 vaccine.
Support schemes for those impacted financially by the Island's lockdown have been extended.
The Island aims to open primary schools in a 'phased manner' next Tuesday.
Government 'still hopes' to lift the majority of the Island's lockdown measures on Monday, April 19.
A further case of Coronavirus has been confirmed on Island in the last 24 hours.
From today, the Island's construction sector and garden centres can re-open.
More than 40,000 first doses of a Covid-19 vaccine have now been administered on the Isle of Man.
There have been no new Coronavirus cases detected on the Isle of Man in the last 24 hours.
There have been no new Covid-19 cases found on Island in the last day.
One further case of Coronavirus has been confirmed on Island.
More than 54,000 Coronavirus vaccines have now been administered on the Isle of Man.
0 Covid-19 cases have been confirmed in the last 24 hours.
Schools across the Island could re-open on Monday, April 12.
From April 6, the construction sector and garden centres will be allowed to re-open on Island.
From first thing tomorrow - you can meet people from different households outdoors.
One more ‘linked’ case of coronavirus has been confirmed on Island in the last 24 hours.
More than 51,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have now been administered on the Isle of Man.
Two new Coronavirus cases have been discovered on Island in the last 24 hours.
The Island's contact tracing team is 'hopeful' they may be able to identify a link to an unknown case confirmed yesterday.