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Borders to move to 'Level 3' from Saturday

Family members can travel with seven days isolation

The Island's border policy will move from 'Level 4' to 'Level 3' of the exit framework this Saturday (1 May).

As part of level 3, family members, partners and property-owners can travel to the Island.

Meanwhile, isolation requirements for travellers coming into the Island will reduce from 14 days to seven, and shared isolation in households will be reintroduced.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle announced the changes at this afternoon's media conference:

Further details are set to be announced at the next coronavirus media conference on Thursday (29 April).

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