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No businesses ordered to close says Chief Minister

Low risk locations highlighted to encourage vigilance

Businesses which have been identified as potential areas where Covid-19 could have been transmitted can remain open.

That’s the message from the chief minister after a number of ‘low risk’ locations were identified through contact tracing.

It follows a cluster of new cases of coronavirus on the Isle of Man – they were sparked by an initial case from a Steam Packet employee.

Howard Quayle says government publishes details of venues to encourage ‘extra vigilance’ but won’t be instructing anywhere to close:

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