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Nine new cases of Covid-19 detected in 24 hours

All already self-isolating

Nine new cases of Covid-19 have been identified from 300 tests returned since the last update.

The information has been published on the Government's Twitter feed and Facebook page.

All cases were already in self-isolation.

Seven were identified as close contacts of others who'd already tested positive for the virus and two are linked to off-island travel.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases to 428.

There are 49 active cases.

One person is in hospital with Covid-19.

The total number of concluded tests stands at 25,511 with three awaiting results and 210 awaiting tests.

The week in numbers:

Monday: Seven new cases. All related to existing cases (BBC Isle of Man).

TuesdayThree new cases. Two relating to an existing case and one with an unidentified source.

Wednesday: Eight new cases. Four relating to existing cases, three linked to off-island travel and one with an unidentified source.

Thursday: Three new cases. All relating to existing cases.

Friday: One new case linked to off-island travel.

Saturday: One new case relating to an existing case.

Sunday: Nine new cases. Seven relating to existing cases and two linked to off-island travel.

Total: 32 new cases have been detected this week. 24 relating to existing cases, six linked to off-island travel and two with sources which were unidentified when announced.

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