The Island's three-week lockdown has now been tightened.
Extra measures came in just after Midnight as part of the efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19 on the Isle of Man.
Garden centres have closed and hardware centres and building suppliers are now only open to trade customers by click and collect service, whilst anyone attending hub schools is being asked to wear their own face coverings.
Parents are also being urged to only send their children to hub schools if absolutely necessary.
Earlier this week, government also confirmed it's asking anyone who's clinically vulnerable to continue shielding from the virus for the entire circuit-break, which is currently due to end on January 28.
Announcing the extra rules on Monday (January 11), Chief Minister, Howard Quayle MHK, also warned anyone having to travel off-Island to think carefully about their actions as borders may be closed with little or no warning.