Blunt questions on reopening borders risks
A survey is trying to find out how people have been affected by the Covid-19 crisis, and what the future might look like.
It's been drawn up by a committee member of the Quing charity, and has been circulated to all Tynwald members.
People can take part online.
A series of questions explore a trade-off between economic benefits, and possible further deaths from Coronavirus, if the Island's borders were to be reopened.
Quing Chairman Ralph Peake admits some areas of the survey are blunt: