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More than 100,000 travel to Island since border changes

Arrivals peaked at 10,000 in one week in August

More than 100,000 people travelled to the Isle of Man since the border rules relaxed at the end of June.

Restrictions - insisting on testing and isolation for those who've had two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine - were lifted just over three months ago.

Figures revealed in Tynwald confirmed there'd been just 200 arrivals per week prior to the changes.

Arrivals peaked at the end of August when 10,000 crossed the border in one week.

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