The Isle of Man is ‘on track’ to ease some Covid-19 restrictions next week.
That’s according to Chief Minister Howard Quayle who spoke in today’s Coronavirus conference.
He confirmed the Council of Ministers met again this morning to consider the latest data and advice.
He revealed as things stand, government is still on track to be able to start making some changes to measures from around 6 April.
However, Mr Quayle added we need to see how the next few days unfold - more information is expected to be released on Thursday.