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Fully vaccinated visitors can now travel without isolation

Delays are expected for first arrivals

Fully vaccinated visitors can now travel to the Isle of Man without mandatory testing or isolation, provided they've had both jabs at least two weeks prior to travel. 

Some delays are expected for the first arrivals, as the law allowing the new exemption came into force at one minute past midnight.

Extra government teams are to be on-hand for the first couple of days, as the new system beds in.

You can find out more about the new system, border level 1.5, by following this link. 

A new online registration system is due to be ready by 10am this morning, which will allow visitors to complete landing cards and provide proof of vaccination before they arrive here, 

Leader of the Ports Access Team Nigel Cain says staff are as prepared as they can be:

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