No new cases in four weeks
There's have now been four weeks without a new case of coronavirus confirmed on the Isle of Man.
It means 'local elimination' has been achieved, according to public health officials.
The total number of confirmed cases remains at 336, whilst 16 people are awaiting results.
Chief Minister Howard Quayle explains the importance of this milestone:
The Manx government has released a chart with the Island's total cases:
The chart shows the Island's active cases, new cases and total confirmed cases of coronavirus from the start of the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/jPopM4SxIj— Isle of Man Government (@IOMGovernment) June 17, 2020