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Border policy relaxes after nine months at 'level four'

Family members, partners and property-owners can now visit

Immediate family members and partners of residents will be able to travel to the Island from today (1 May).

It's as the Island's border policy moves to 'level three' after more than nine months at 'level four'.

The change also affects those who own property on the Isle of Man, or who've been offered at least a three month work contract here.

Travellers will need to isolate upon arrival for a minimum of seven days.

Anyone wishing to travel will however have to fill out an 'exemption to travel' form in writing, or online at gov.im/covid19.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle explains how it works:

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