One year since first confirmed case on Island
The chief minister says the Covid-19 pandemic has been a ‘learning curve’ for everyone.
It’s a year to the day since the first confirmed case of the virus on the Island.
The Island has seen a total of 1,411 people test positive with 975 cases during the latest outbreak.
One of the most restrictive measures used to try and stop the spread was the decision to close the borders – something which left many residents stranded.
Reflecting on that Howard Quayle said it was a difficult call to make: