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Border change on track for 'end of April, early May'

Chief minister hopes for change to '3A'

A change to the Island's border policy is still on track for the end of April, early May according to the chief minister.

Howard Quayle says government still hopes to relax the current border lockdown to the '3A' stage.

He says while many will be nervous about any changes to borders, measures will be in place to protect local residents:

The 3A stage would allow non-essential immediate family and business sponsored travel - with self isolation.

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