Government scraps 7 days test option
The chief minister says there would need to be community spread of Covid-19 for the Island to tighten its borders again.
Howard Quayle ruled out a move back to level five at the latest coronavirus media briefing.
For now, the Island remains at level 4 of the borders framework.
From next week, residents returning to the Island will have to self-isolate for the full 14 days once more, as the optional seven-day test is being removed.
The chief minister says it will 'improve the number of coronavirus cases on the Isle of Man'.