Chief minister gives update in the House of Keys
Four new cases of Covid-19 have been identified on-Island since the latest update.
All four were identified as 'high-risk' contacts with the initial case, and were already isolating.
The chief minister gave a speech in the House of Keys on the cluster of coronavirus cases.
Since the first Steam Packet 'index' case was discovered 173 close contacts have been identified, isolated and offered a test - of which the majority have accepted the chief minister says.
There are now 25 active cases of Covid-19 on the Isle of Man.
'Something has obviously gone wrong'.
Howard Quayle says they're still looking into how the virus came back:
In total, 307 tests were taken yesterday, of which a large number related to the Java Express Coffee Shop and Noodle Bar cases.